I'm making a major generalization here based on my personal experience with a handful of men and my current experience with one awesome-ass lady. Firstly, I'm a bisexual and proud of it. Even though I think of men as being more judgmental, feeling like there is a more direct comparison between you and your partner was tough at first. I hate the cheque dance on dates. But you learn to live with it. Nobody is the 'head' of our relationship.
The idea that I shouldn't pay is a patronizing throwback to when women were, you know, basically property.
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