still househusband prefer to watch discovery and housewives prefer to watch serials and cook programs :)
It's funny that you mention that, because my sister watches Discovery more than anyone I know, and her husband is a professional chef.
Consider this: part of the reason women watch cooking shows is that cultural norms apply subtle pressure to women, and this pressure begins at birth. Boys feel pressure to be tough, and girls feel pressure to be cute and submissive, good cooks, etc... but this reflects norms from a more primitive version of humanity. That is the way hegemony perpetuates itself, so we need to make a deliberate effort to free our minds of crap generalizations and stereotypes.
Now that we see how, due to our worldwide historical patriarchy, male tendencies to compete and dominate one another and nature have made it so that we are close to destroying the planet. We need male and female wisdom to both contribute in areas like science and politics that you might think are more suitable fields for men. That is why it is better to avoid making generalizations about which gender prefers which kinds of television programs. Let's not perpetuate the rigidity of thinking; as humanity comes into balance we might just save the planet and alleviate lots of suffering.
Many times, It is possible to remove "that" and make the sentence more concise and powerful:
I don't think
television has destroyed communication between friends and family.
Here, if you add "though" it will not seem so awkward, like such an abrupt thing to say.
Television may waste our time, though
. For example, spending time
watching movies, drama and ...
...rather than speaking about crap things.--- it is probably not a good idea to use the word crap here. It's vulgar. However, I think it makes this a very cool sentence.
Don't capitalize people here:
people who ...