It's 2022; anyone can do jobs, regardless of gender. If a specific gender can only do a job, that job is lying to you. Unfortunately, people still have archaic views on gender and jobs. On a popular Reddit thread in the Am I the A**hole Subreddit, a teen has to deal with a mother who thinks women should have traditionally 'feminine' roles.
AITA for telling everyone that my mom got me fired and asking them for money?
I (18f) had my first real job out of high school. I was working in a warehouse, and I was going to apprentice as a parts technician. My dad helped me get the job. My mom hates that I didn't have a girly job.
She would constantly call and even show up there. I told her to please stop. That my boss didn't like her interruptions of my day, she would stop for a bit and then do it again.