Comment on Most Japanese Women Aspire to Be Housewives by Anonymous:

There’s a difference between:

Working hard and reaping the benefits,

and,

working hard and see the benefits disappear down a sinkhole which only grows wider(pun intended) as time goes on…

Oh, and if you ever decide that you have had enough and wish to move to greener pastures without sinkholes, beware, for it will reach out and chomp off more than half your body before it allows you off…


Anonymous made other comments on this post:

  • Most Japanese Women Aspire to Be Housewives:
    I work and can satisfy my boyfriend despite the arguments about money (no details). If I worked, cleaned, raised children, and cooked while he didn’t make any changes or contributions, I would be looked down on because I stuck with him. But if I left him on the curb I would just the money hungry bitch that dumped him right? I don’t feel too strongly for the feminist thing but being born a man doesn’t earn repect in th household. Also being American doesn’t mean we all think the same as if we …

  • Most Japanese Women Aspire to Be Housewives:
    I will respect whoever my wife will be, but it won’t stop me from doing what is necessary if she goes too far. Now that’s something.

  • Most Japanese Women Aspire to Be Housewives:
    xD oh god. i dont blame japanese guys liking 2d girls more than 3d. in my country more than 50% of students in college are females

  • Most Japanese Women Aspire to Be Housewives:
    Jesus christ. People on here read one or two snippets in Sankaku, probably having never even been to Japan, then act as if they’re connoisseurs of Japanese women. Protip: most Japanese women have a job. If people said things like “I just want to do my best for my husband/wife!” instead of accusing the other half of laziness wouldn’t it be better? Instead I just see self absorbed NEETs who have no aspirations or anything to offer.

  • Most Japanese Women Aspire to Be Housewives:
    It’s a world gone crazy, keeps a woman in chains..

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