Want to find out what MEN really think when a woman doesn’t take their last name?
Recently, this old article from Men's Health has been popping up on my Facebook feed, and I for one am thrilled! I love getting a rare peek inside a man's brain, especially when it concerns a woman's behavior!
Want to find out how men REALLY feel?
You know, those actually seem a little outdated, so we decided to gave them a fresh makeover!
“Women get everything. Seriously–there's ladies nights, men always have to buy women drinks, they get to experience childbirth, and they don't have the kind of pressures men do at work. Can't men just have this ONE thing!?” – James Smith
“Hyphenation is a direct fuck you to those of us who would prefer to make up a new last name, like Highlander. God, wouldn't that be cool?” – John Johnson
“As a male feminist, it's important to me that my wife feels like she has a say in this. So that when I inevitably guilt her into taking my last name, it'll be something we come to together.” – Robert Williams
“Family is really important to me. I assume it's not as important to her. I don't know, I haven't asked her." – Michael Jones
"When a woman doesn't take a man's last name, it doesn't feel manly. I like my property exchanges to feel as manly as possible. I'm just old fashioned that way!" – William Brown
"One family, one name, one pair of pants. As it's always been done." – Richard Miller
"I would never take my wife's last name. What am I, the woman!?" – David Davis
"She should just take my name because who cares, really?! It's all about love at the end of the day. Unless she doesn't take my name, in which case I'll assume she's not serious about ever getting married. Lesbian." – Charles Wilson
"She shouldn't care about giving up her last name because it was given to her by her father anyway! Smash the patriarchy! Just like I'd expect her to shed half her DNA on our wedding day!" – Augustin Langley