For example, the man was considered to be the breadwinner while the woman takes care of…basically everything else.
From managing the money and doing the housework, to raising the kids, to making sure her husband has a wrinkle-free dress shirt when he leaves for work and a hot bath ready for when he comes home, the woman of the household was expected to do it all.
Since not everyone is into nightlife or activism, it may be easier to find a variety of people on applications.
Prime Minister Abe’s policies notwithstanding, there had already been a trend over the past few years of men beginning to contribute in areas that used to be a woman’s domain.
As the title implies, I’ll be writing about my experience being in a gay relationship and dating a Japanese guy.
Of course, I don’t like to generalize according to ethnicity and nationality, but nevertheless, the cultures we were born into do have a hand in shaping who we are and the ways in which we interact with each other.
The easiest way to connect with other gay men by far is using a smartphone application.
Applications such as the Japanese-created 9monsters or others like are perhaps the most popular of these apps in Japan.