Dining out is a family affair, and women are no longer being relegated to domestic duty. "Latino men were taught that they had more rights than women, and it was never questioned," Dr. Thankfully, it doesn't mean they are still married to outdated ideas and customs.Men controlling women who can support themselves is no longer an option.As the number of Latinas who earn the same or more than their husbands keeps rising, it means there's less time for cooking or hosting. Latinos are using the Spanish- language version of their site since its 2009 launch. But in today's world, the men themselves are no longer believing that brand of hype.The NPD Group, a market research company, said in a 2011 report that more than 40% of Latinos who eat out are bringing their kids along. They also found that Latinos on their sites are having affairs at younger ages—average age is 31 for women and 38 for men. Truth be told, it's really unfair to single out Latinos as the only men who cheat. Even if some Latino men are more susceptible to this stereotype, it'' primarily because of .
"It's a cultural expectation that the man will provide, and that comes from both men and women," says Liliana Santos Labarta, 37, a Salvadoran paralegal who's married to a Cuban-Ecuadorian.Based on current stats from the Pew Research Center's study on interracial marriage, Latinas who married outside of their group tend to be college educated and 33% of Latinas who said "I do" to white partners are college educated.