I've met very few men in my life that were okay with women 'doing more than them' so to speak.
I think part of the reason is the biological factor- men want to be providers, protectors, the stronger sex- and the other is the patriarchal societal role.
For example, whenever I dated men that were below my education or future earning potential (was a student back then), they had issues. They'd make indirect negative remarks, and overall acted sensitive and insecure about their position in life.
All of the relationships that I've seen, on average, the men are 'superior' to the women, be it in education, career, money, etc. Either they are on the same level, or higher.
In fact, I can't recall a single case where the woman was significantly more successful than her partner. Not saying it can't happen.
With men, we've all seen our share of lawyer marries hairdresser stories. Studies still show that men prefer to be smarter, more capable, more successful than women. When women outshine their partners, there is resentment on the part of the male.
So, opinions? I'm only asking this situation as far as long term relationships.
You should probably Google "confirmation bias" and read up.