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    Haha seems like nowadays even with all the talk and move towards gender equality, ladies still think that its the husbands duty to provide for the family

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    depends on the reason why he's jobless. for sure he doesn't want to stay jobless the rest of his life

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    I think that gender equality is about being equal and I don't think these ladies expect their husbands to fully support them financially but expect them to at least contribute equally into the marriage and future family. And I agree with the other btbs to see what his reasons are for being jobless. Marriage is a lifelong commitment!

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    depends if he's actually putting on some effort to land a job

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    All depends if he is planning AND ding his best to get one

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    no for me. not good that i will be the only one to work for the family.

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    that would depend. if he plans to stay jobless after our marriage then i won't marry him

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    no. we should both be able to earn money for our family

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    NO! big no coz we should both earn for our family.

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    depends. if he plans on having a job after our wedding then it's alright

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    big NO for me. really no.

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