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There's nothing to be uncomfortable about... you can always start paying when you start earning...If he is paying means he is ready to take your responsibility which is a good thing!
If he is paying means he is ready to take your responsibility which is a good thing!
Letting your partner pay for your stuff does not imply that you are an anti-feminist. when you land into a job you too could buy things for him as a token of gratitude. After all, couples are meant to look out for each other during not so great times.
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