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Cath N.
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Registered On: June 18, 2020
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Chores and responsibility do not have gender or a dresscode. If they did, does it mean that I don’t have to do any on the days that I wear trousers? Or that I should ask for some sort of reward for doing what must be done? Maybe cleaning the toilet should come with an all-expenses paid cruise around the Med. But it doesn’t, and it still needs to be cleaned.

The point you are missing is a crossdresser “offering” to do something that he should be doing anyway might sound like a negotiation between parent and child, when the parent is setting up a chore chart. Already have one of those, don’t want another.

To me personally, it’s an anachronistic visual and a sexist pov. I do not look kindly on either. Both need to do chores equally and expect no other reward other than a clean house to chill in at the end of the day.

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