Ln X wrote:
I also thought Keiko was the dominant one in the relationship (well in family matters anyway), and in nearly every marriage you always get one partner who tends to be (to a lesser or greater extent) a bit more prominent, vocal and dominant than the other.
I wonder if this isn't part of the 'problem'?
"OMG the woman is the dominant one?! What the hell she's a BITCH!!!"
And if O'Brien acted that way to her
, he'd be a bastard, plain and simple. So no, no double standard here.