Dad:”Millie,don’t you think it’s time you learn how to cook?”
Me:”Yeah,seems like a good idea.”
Dad:”And maybe you can cook for your brother”
Brother:”Or maybe cook with your brother. I gotta have some basic skills too,am I right?”
Dad:”Nah,you don’t have to.One day you’ll get a wife and she’ll make hot meals for you.”

Dad:”Hey,Simon(my brother’s name).Come,let’s go change the tires.
Brother:”Ok Dad,I’m coming.”
Me:”Can I come too?”
Dad:”No sweetie.It’s men’s work,you know.”

These gender stereotypes make us dependent. Now,we’re young adults and we’re both single. My brother can’t make a freaking omlet and I can’t change a freaking tire.