Regardless of gender, the amount of your paycheck each week can either be a confidence booster or a buzz kill. Who cares about what others think about how much you make, right? It’s all about how it makes you feel.
Wrong. A study conducted by Washington University’s Olin Business School found that men married to women with higher incomes are more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction than male breadwinners.
Luckily enough for you men who lack the confidence to perform regardless of the size of your ladies’ paycheck, there’s still a huge gender pay gap in effect, for whatever reason.
Why should the amount that you get paid be such a touchy subject in relationships? Does it really matter that much? Aren’t relationships partnerships? If you’re both contributing to the income of the household, it shouldn’t matter who makes more or not, as long as you’re both taken care of.
What do you think?
Ally | Elite.
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