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“We went to a friend’s place after my show for an afterparty, and then we had a couple of drinks and that’s when I felt a little bit loose,” she says.“It kinda happened — this roommate dance.” Later that night, they kissed and have been dating ever since.“But it was still ingrained in me that the man makes more.” This “Mad Men” paradigm is starting to look like a relic, though.A US Census study out last year found that 4 in 10 American households with children under age 18 have a woman as either the primary or sole breadwinner — a huge jump from earlier decades (and quadruple the amount in 1960).The two quickly bonded over their shared Greek heritage, whipping up dishes like souvlaki and moussaka.
A few weeks in, Fylaktou came to watch one of her performances and sparks soon ignited.“I have a Chanel bag fetish,” admits Stella (not her real name), a married corporate attorney who works in Midtown. People ask me, ‘What does your husband say about that? “I had always known that I wanted to make money and be successful,” she says. She’s always been ambitious and career-minded, so Stella’s not surprised that she’s earning big bucks — but, she admits (under guise of anonymity), this wasn’t the way she imagined her relationship dynamic would play out.Julia Roberts’ husband is a cameraman, while Oprah’s significant other is . Lu Pone.” Like any major cultural change, this one comes with growing pains: Sorting out new gender roles can be tough on both partners in a household where she’s the one who brings home the bacon, no matter how progressive both parties might think they are.Boerum Hill-based author Farnoosh Torabi, a personal finance expert, speaker and coach, addresses this conflict in her new book, “When She Makes More: 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women.” Out Thursday, it arrives at a moment when statistics show women outperforming men in several key areas — but still dealing with outmoded gender role expectations.College student Kathrine Switzer runs the Boston Marathon as a registered competitor and challenges the ban on women.