I was raised with traditional values, I don't sleep around, I don't dress provocatively, I want to find a good husband to be married and be a happy house wife. I cook and clean and I want a husband who takes care of me and who can be the leader in the relationship. But I live in a very liberal area where everyone is sleeping around and men are different from what my family raised me to expect. So me and my boyfriend have been together for five years and are starting to spend the majority of our time together. I noticed he is not very masculine and that has disappointed me so much. I just feel like what I have to offer as a partner is not being appreciated, I want to cook everything for him and be at his service but he seems uncomfortable with that, he doesn't treat me like a woman, I feel like one of his guy friends. In liberal circles (there are only liberals in my area) the advice I get is always to cut him off if he isn't what I want and I think that advice is so horrible, I don't want to abandon someone I love who loves me too. He knows what I want but he has trouble being comfortable with acting this way. He thinks it's sexist and unfair or mean. I need some advice, I don't know what to do anymore. I'm just starting to explore the red pill reddits so I'm not sure if maybe I don't fit in here but so far I think we have similar values and I want to be a part of the community.