A lot of us grew up just expecting certain things: that MTV would play music videos, that phones have cords or huge antennas, and that a guy should open the door for a lady.
But that all may be changing.
Tuesday morning, Hoda and guest-host Willie Geist discussed the Steve Harvey book-turned-movie, "Think Like a Man," in which one of the female leads refuses to go out with a guy who won't open a door for her (he jets.)
Hoda was with her: She says that she thinks guys should always open the door for women. Willie agreed, but says he doesn't always because he doesn't want to be patronizing. What do you think? Do you think men should still open doors and let women off the elevator first, or is that why women still make like 75 cents to a guy's dollar? Is it polite, or sexist?
Weigh in below and vote!
Julieanne Smolinski is a TODAY.com contributor. She is conflicted as a feminist and person with extremely weak arms.