See, I look at this thread and now have 2 models of how people should act, based on their sex. I’m going to ignore the whole new world of “pick your own self” just because it seems to have splintered into a million different things and is well confusing, but…
You can’t really put a global population of 7bn (or whatever it is now) into a 50:50 box based on what sex they were born. I’ve always been a tomboy, and I’ve never gravitated toward being particularly “ladylike” or even motherly for that matter. All that advice just feels wrong to me; I know I’d be unhappy doing all that.
So, I don’t. So have a lot of other women through history, although reports on their “happiness” don’t really come into it. Instead, we have a tract that reads much like this parody:
You can go back a long time in history and find plenty of matriarchal societies. I have no idea what kind of M:F advice they gave the young 'uns, and it would be pointless to really guess, but all you’ve put forward is a common model of society today, based on a practically global patriarchal society - some of which, such as your own nation - are more patriarchal than others. That’s not to say it’s right or wrong - but it’s hardly revolutionary advice, and incredibly tired at that.
My advice, to both sexes, would be : follow your own path and don’t listen to advice unless you seek it out and it resonates with you
Which brings me to a pertinent question: why are you posting this advice in the first place?
Feel free to get off to an article if you prefer, mind.