I've always helped with the house work and looking after the kids and done almost 100% of any outside work and home improvement type stuff (I worked in construction for my father when I was young so it only makes sense I think). My first wife never mowed the lawn which didn't bother me one bit.
My current wife (and last one I'll ever have I hope) is perfectly capable of looking after everything
on her own and would happily mow the lawn if I didn't but I actually enjoy doing it so always get there first. I can and do cook, though my wife is the meal planner and frankly a better cook so I help and do as I'm told for most meals.
We share doing the laundry. Being retired I couldn't see setting there on my butt watching her go up and down stairs with load after load.
She keeps track of all the finances. We were both accountants so, Yes, I could do it but she is really, really good at it and motivated to track literally every cent so I'm thrilled for her to do it.
We make a good team and share the workload pretty evenly.
Here's a funny about gender rolls for you.
When my brother was born my father stayed home for a few days looking after me and my sister. I was almost 6 at the time. Dad made mashed potatoes for lunch one day which caused me great concern. First, Mom NEVER fed us mashed potatoes for lunch. Second, I wasn't sure he knew what he was doing since I had never seen him cook anything!!!! I can honestly still remember asking him if he knew how to cook! After all, who the hell serves mashed potatoes for lunch???