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...of separate female sphere stated that women belong only in the home doing chores, cooking for the family, and taking care of children prevails today. In today’s modern time, there are a high percentage of stayed home husbands who voluntarily switched position with their wives to take care of the household, while the female became the breadwinner in the family. Our generation Y is becoming more diverse in terms of old traditions where women stayed home when men goes to work. Females have more freedom in this period than any other time in the American history. Some people embrace different ideals because they were taught to live their life in a certain way that it is hard for them to change their ideology about different lifestyle. While some people embrace the freedom of changes, there are unlimited possibilities of the ways people set out to live their life.
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