“I won’t lie, there are times that it bothers me that my fiancée makes more than me. I know I shouldn’t feel that way, but I can’t help it. I guess I just always had this perception that I’d be the main breadwinner because that’s the kind of family I come from. I know it’s old-fashioned, but still, to be the one making less is something I do think about. I want to be clear, though. I don’t resent her. She’s great at what she does and deserves to make more than she does. I also know that there are men who work with her in the same positions and make more. I am currently doing a postgraduate IT course and plan to turn the table around. My queen deserves a king who can take her shopping and on vacations many times in a year!” — [name withheld]
“Look: I am my girlfriend’s biggest fan. I think it’s amazing that she makes more than me, and I know that she deserves to. We have different professions, and hers come with a lot more stress than mine. I don’t care about gender. If you work hard and you’re good at your job, you deserve to be compensated fairly. I get much angrier about the thought that guys she works with make more money than she does for doing the same thing.” — [name withheld]
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