A “man child” is REAL…and scientists say they get less sex because it turns women off

Do you end up doing all the cooking and cleaning while your boyfriend or husband relaxes on the sofa?

Well, you could date a “man-child” and it turns out they’re real.

And scientists say they’re getting less sex because it’s a huge turnoff for women.

The term, which used to refer to an adult male with childish interests, is now used to describe role blurring between a partner and a child.

Does your male partner still expect you to fold his clothes, cook his dinner and take care of the baby?

Does your male partner still expect you to fold his clothes, cook his dinner and take care of the baby?

Does your male partner still expect you to fold his clothes, cook his dinner and take care of the baby?

For example, some women perceive their boyfriend or husband as “dependent” because they provide little help with housework and caregiving.

Researchers in Australia and Canada surveyed more than 1,000 women in relationships with men about how they view their partner.

Participants came from all over the world and all had children under the age of 12.

Women were asked to rate their agreement with statements such as, “Sometimes I feel like my partner is like an extra child to take care of.”

Another example of a statement made was, “It’s too difficult to teach family members the skills necessary to do the job properly, so I prefer to do it myself.”

They were also asked how household chores were shared in their relationship.

One study found that viewing your partner as dependent was linked to lower sexual desire for them

One study found that viewing your partner as dependent was linked to lower sexual desire for them

One study found that viewing your partner as dependent was linked to lower sexual desire for them

Duties included preparing meals, washing dishes, cleaning the house, doing outdoor chores, shopping, washing and ironing, paying bills, car maintenance, and driving other household members to work and school.

Another statement made to the women read, “Does your partner identify as a feminist?”

They were also asked how much they desire their partner sexually.

The study was conducted by Emily Harris, a postdoctoral researcher in psychology at the University of Melbourne, and Sari van Anders, professor of psychology, gender studies and neuroscience at Queen’s University, Ontario.

They said they found that women who did more housework were overwhelmingly likely to view their partner as dependent.

And seeing her partner that way was associated with less sexual desire for him.

Speaking of their findings in The Conversation, the pair said, “Taken together, a woman’s partners have an unsexy role — that of a child.”

Other factors could explain the results, claimed Dr. Harris and Professor van Anders.

dr Emily Harris and Dr. Sari van Anders said this paints a bleak picture of what relationships can entail and reflected broader gender inequalities

dr Emily Harris and Dr. Sari van Anders said this paints a bleak picture of what relationships can entail and reflected broader gender inequalities

dr Emily Harris and Dr. Sari van Anders said this paints a bleak picture of what relationships can entail and reflected broader gender inequalities

For example, women who feel like they are dating a “man-child” may choose to do more around the house.

Or it could be that they don’t want to have sex with their partner, causing them to be seen as “addicted.”

Her research was based solely on male-female relationships, so it is not known if the phenomenon is found in same-sex relationships.

They suggested that a person in a partnership might adopt a more “feminine” role, meaning that the “male-child” phenomenon is also found in same-sex and gender-matched relationships.

It comes after it was revealed in March that women in the UK do 70 minutes more housework than men every day.

On average, women in the UK spend two hours and 49 minutes cooking, cleaning, washing up and doing laundry.

However, according to a study based on data from 200,000 people, men only spend an hour and 39 minutes on similar jobs.

The full results of the new study were published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.

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