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Men Are Entitled To Asking What Women Bring To The Table

Fatboy Show presenter James Onen aka Fatboy has argued that since men bring great value to relationships, women as well need to be asked what they add to a man in a relationship.

This was during the morning Show on RX Radio where Fatboy argued that men have often been asked the question of ‘what they bring to the table’ which they comfortably elaborate on unlike women who feel upset by it.

“Whenever this question is brought to men, they consider it a challenge to work hard and establish themselves to win the woman, but women are tasked with the same line of questioning, it is taken as an insult and they get offended yet it is a very important conversation especially for people who want to take a relationship seriously,’’ James Onen argued.

But his co-host Lesham disagreed saying that men have never been confronted with this question but rather its a conversation had with their partners without the directness and approach it is presented to women.

“I don't know what to call the value chain, but even if women are friends with benefits in relationships, she would still bring something like positivity, support or some of her money.” She added, “It seems like men always wanted this transaction yet they at first get emotionally attracted to women and come up with the transaction issue along the way.”

To this Fatboy asserted that men are first attracted to women’s beauty and character but if they they want to keep them in their lives, they go a mile to present reasons to keep the woman through their will to be responsible and accepting of these obligations in order to maintain the relationship, something he doesn't understand why women are inconsiderate about.

The Fatboy show is hosted by James Onen aka Fatboy, Olive, Sarah and Lesham every weekday from 6am to 10am on RX Radio.

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