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Date.com Poll: 95.5% of Single Men Feel Powerful, Career Oriented Women are Better in Bed Than Stay-At-Home Moms

While Sarah Palin hit the campaign trail as the Republican Vice President nominee, her husband Todd grabbed a burp cloth and took on the role of Mr. Mom. When Angelina Jolie had to report to the set of her latest film, it was Brad Pitt who was seen shuttling their brood of six to and from play dates. Jerry O’Connell, Ben Affleck and even Keith Urban have all put their careers on the back burner so that their wives, Rebecca Romijn, Jennifer Garner and Nicole Kidman, could star in big budget, multi-million dollar TV and movie productions. MIAMI BEACH, FL, September 15, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ — While Sarah Palin hit the campaign trail as the Republican Vice President nominee, her husband Todd grabbed a burp cloth and took on the role of Mr. Mom. When Angelina Jolie had to report to the set of her latest film, it was Brad Pitt who was seen shuttling their brood of six to and from play dates. Jerry O’Connell, Ben Affleck and even Keith Urban have all put their careers on the back burner so that their wives, Rebecca Romijn, Jennifer Garner and Nicole Kidman, could star in big budget, multi-million dollar TV and movie productions. More and more of today’s women are climbing the corporate ladder and holding positions of power, while their husbands pick up the slack on the home front. But how does the shifting of gender roles affect a couples’ relationship?

According to Hollywood, it leads to divorce, as evidenced by ABC’s hit drama Brothers & Sisters where leading characters Sarah Walker, the President of Ojai Foods and former CEO of Greenotopia, split with her husband Joe Whedon, whose profession as a music teacher was deemed unglamorous and low-paying. With more and more women becoming CEO’s and raking in six figured salaries, and with more than 2 million stay at home Dad’s in the United States, Date.com (http://www.date.com), Matchmaker.com (http://www.matchmaker.com), and Amor.com (http://www.amor.com), decided to poll its members to see how they felt about marriage and gender roles.

The results were overwhelming, with 88.9% of men preferring to be in a relationship with a corporate ladder climber who could significantly contribute financially to the family. Meanwhile, 85.7% would be proud to be married to a woman who was more successful then them, both in stature and financially. Amazingly, women would much prefer to take a supporting role when it comes to bringing money into the household. 85.8% would only work because they don’t believe a family can survive on one salary. A whopping 90.3% were also concerned that their male partner couldn’t handle it emotionally if they were the ones to bring home the bacon.

In a new survey of thousands of male online daters nationwide, conducted in the months of July and August 2009, we asked: Women today have it all – they’re driven, career oriented and successful at work while juggling their responsibilities as wives and Mothers. When thinking about settling down, getting married and starting a family, who would you rather marry, the corporate ladder climber or a stay at home Mom?

Following are the complete results:

Corporate Ladder Climber: 88.9%
Stay at home Mom: 14.3%

We asked our male members the following: Who do you think is better in bed, the corporate ladder climber or a stay at home Mom?

Following are the complete results:

Corporate Ladder Climber, because she’s much more excited with her work and that translates in bed: 95.5%

Stay at home Mom, because she finds her role as a homemaker extremely fulfilling and that translates in bed: 5.0%

We also asked our male members the following: How do you feel about being in a relationship with a woman who is more successful that you in terms of stature?

Following are the complete results:

I’d be proud to be in a relationship with a woman who is professionally more successful than me! 85.7%

I don’t want to be in a relationship with a woman who is professionally more successful than me, it’s emasculating: 10.3%

We also asked our male members the following: How do you feel about being in a relationship with a woman who is more successful than you financially?

Following are the complete results:

I’m all for a woman who can stand on her own, it’s nice to be on equal grounds: 100%
I won’t date a woman who makes more money than me, it’s emasculating: 0%

In a new survey of thousands of female online daters nationwide, conducted in the months of July and August 2009, we asked: Today’s women juggle the rigors of marriage and kids with their desire to have successful careers. Many find it hard to do both things well. If you had a choice, would you choose to be a stay at home Mom or have a successful career?

Following are the complete results:

As much as I’d love to be a stay a home Mom, I don’t think financially a family can survive on one salary. I’d do both but it’s out of necessity as opposed to choice: 85.8%

I’d be a stay at home Mom, I can’t wait to get married and have my husband support us financially so I can be with our kids: 33.3%

I’m extremely career oriented and would prefer to juggle both my job and my family: 16.7%

We also asked our female members the following: Do you think Men today would prefer to be in a relationship with someone who wants to be a stay at home Mom or have a high-powered career?

Following are the complete results:

Stay at Home Mom – men want to be the ones to bring home the bacon, even in today’s Modern society: 83.3%

High Powered Career woman – men like to feel that their partner is contributing to their family, especially financially: 16.7%

We also asked our female members the following: How do you feel about marrying a guy who makes less money than you?

Following are the complete results:

I think it would be hard for the guy to be in a relationship with a woman who makes more money, and it would cause a strain in our relationship: 90.3%

I would never marry someone who makes less money than me, I want to be taken care of: 58.2%

I have no problem marrying a guy who makes less than me, love is love: 16.7%

We also asked our female members the following: Would you marry someone whose job is lower in stature than yours?

Following are the complete results:

No, because I think he would be ashamed and it would cause a strain in our relationship: 75.9%
No, I would be ashamed to be with him: 62.4%
Yes, love is love, doesn’t matter what you do for a living: 13.6%

About Avalanche, LLC
Avalanche operates several leading online dating websites, including Date.com, Matchmaker.com and Amor.com. Date.com launched on Valentine’s Day 1997 and has become one of the world’s most popular dating websites. First started as a Bulletin Board System in 1986, Matchmaker.com is the oldest online dating site. It was acquired by Avalanche in 2006 and targets those singles seeking serious relationships. Amor.com, launched in 2007, is a rapidly growing destination for Hispanic singles. Avalanche hosts more than 10 million members worldwide, with the sites adding over 100,000 members each month. Additional information is available at http://www.date.com


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