Quoting she nan igans:" Not necessarily. That isn't stated. A top priority means it comes before everything else. That includes ... [snip!] ... I think women are WAY to quick to shove their husbands into 2nd place and that it really does a disservice to families. "
See, I agree with that. But I see a "top priority" as something slightly different.
Like... say I was at home, and was supposed to be having a special night with my husband, and my child called (say they're.... oh, 30) crying. I would still drop what I was doing to find out what was wrong. Though, if I was just "hanging out" with my child and hubby called me crying, I would drop what I was doing to help him, too.