Both Ivonne Salazar and her husband, Benjamin Flores, grew up in traditional Latino families—she is Ecuadorian, and he is Dominican—in which their moms did everything. And while his mom stayed at home and hers worked a 9-to-5 job, both women tackled mounds of laundry, hosted regular family gatherings, and made nightly meals from scratch. They both get the boys ready in the morning. Flores has a long commute to his job as an operations manager. By the time he gets home at p.
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How Latino Families Are Shifting the Balance of Gender Roles
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In respect of this, family relationships are typically very close. There is a general expectation placed upon Mexicans to be loyal and committed to their family by putting the interests of the family above their own. Close-knit family relations provide Mexicans with a network of security and support, particularly in times of need.