Oil and water do not mix
Dave, the good Samaritan, went to help one of his coworkers move her furniture due to an unfortunate event in her life. Dave and this coworker had different opinions on everything mostly because Dave is a city boy and she is a country girl. For example, Dave believes in equals rights and women’s independence while she believes a man should do all the manual labor. Well Dave works hard and he has fun while working hard so to others it mights seem like Dave goofs off. So all day, Dave is moving dressers, lifting couches, and whistling while he works. So everything has been moved and it did not seem right because there is too much harmony going on but Mt. Saint Helens eventually blows its top. They get the last couch in the storage unit and they argue about putting the lock on the door. Dave is already in the truck, seatbelt connected and ready to ride and she wants him to lock the storage door. Dave states that she already has the lock and key in her hand and she should do it so we can go. She states that a man should do the manual labor and Dave says that since you already have the stuff in hand and you are 1 step from the door, you can do it expeditiously. Well those two argue about the door for about 6 minutes and she finally puts the lock in the door. They argue all the way back home. She says “A man is supposed to do all the manual labor” and Dave fires back, “Susan B. Anthony stood up for women’s rights and equality between genders.”
So is Dave incorrect about his thoughts about equality for women? Is a man really supposed to do all the manual labor? What happened to “All the women, independent, throw your hands up at me.”? Someone please enlighten me on this subject.