Finally you are telling the truth Mr Man. The real problem is money not women v men. If the money is enough and the money is clean, any kind of life you want you can get. I am a woman and a petroleum engineer, I work hard and I pay all the bills. My employer houses us in a 4bed, and pays school fees, bcoz I am excellent at what I do. I enjoy working and making money, I always have. I started selling school supplies at 12 years old. My husband is not a money money man, he is an intellectual, he is a maths and physics teacher and he does work sometimes but I don’t pressure him to just do any job because we are already very okay. We have property, we have savings. He mostly takes care of the home and he’s the best father I’ve ever seen in this world. We are both mixed tribe. He is yoruba ibo, I am yoruba hausa. We are not religious and we left Nigeria a long time ago, we lived in Texas, got papers and then traveled everywhere we found good jobs, now we are in Kuwait. We are best friends and we make all our decisions together. It’s easy because we think similar. If we see someone that looks like Beyonce or LeBron we both look and we both laugh, it’s not that serious. We have 3 kids and another on the way any day now. Some of the comments on here make me smile. Ppl think their own experience is the same for everyone, in a world of almost 7 billion plus ppl, it’s not possible now. I hope for healing for all my hurting brothers and sisters. Generational trauma is hard to cure. As for my heart beat, my liver, my King, it has been 20 years now, since I was 18 and he was 23, I hope the universe allows us to keep on enjoying each other. We are human oh, but even if he cheats and he lets me catch him and I vex, well I don’t know oh, maybe I will demo, maybe I will cheat back, I don’t know. What I know is no matter what, we we die here. We forgive no matter what. What we’ve seen together nobody else can understand. Life is too short and anything we manage to find outside will surely be less than what we already have.