If men and women are equal, and one takes leadership of the other, what does the other person receive?

Sometimes there HAS to be a leader, even in an equal relationship. And in a relationship there is usually a default leader, someone who naturally just takes charge when SOMEONE must take charge. What is the antithesis of this leadership right? What does the other person receive in compensation for having to... show more Sometimes there HAS to be a leader, even in an equal relationship. And in a relationship there is usually a default leader, someone who naturally just takes charge when SOMEONE must take charge.

What is the antithesis of this leadership right? What does the other person receive in compensation for having to having to follow all the time?
Update: Thank you yesmanap. You are right. Now, what does the person who doesn't take the leadership role receive? Do they put themselves at risk of being taken advantage of? What would they receive that could offset the risk of being taken advantage of?
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