I think more men would be MSers if their wives were the breadwinners and they were the ones staying home raising the kids.
Values here in the midwest are different from those in CA.
Nosy woman here. This is not quite Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. I am wondering about recent decades of mystery shops that may have been performed by males and females of rural and/or urban persuasions. How about public transportation? Have any of those stereotypical bread-winning, publicly commuting men been mystery shopping and keeping it a secret? Were there ever jobs for commuters, such as evaluating ticket or token sales, perceived condition of transport vehicles, or other issues related to public commuting? Or, what about taxi fares?
What companies will pay shoppers who have writing skills?