By Lutfur1
2 years ago

Do men and women share household work

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Men and women with traditional attitudes are less likely to share household chores. ... In this regard, those spouses with progressive attitudes are more likely to share housework equally. ... Though men might increasingly being engaged in various household chores, gender inequality still ... Should housework be shared more equally between partners? Answer is yes and fair on each other.
Women do more housework than men. Housework was what women did, while ... men worked outdoors and brought home the bread. Working women 'still do housework'
SimilarWomen still have to do the lion's share of housework despite going out to work ... In the survey, 1,800 men and women were asked about everyday chores, such ... Men share housework and equally until the couple First Baby.
Even liberated men fall behind, and women take the brunt, when the domestic workload suddenly increases. People are rarely interested in the balance between Men and Women household work it's another sexism practices of the gender inequality.
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Bilston Not always
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ze2000 I do agree that it's not equal, however that's something that each household has to sorts. There are many factors involved.

What I think it's wrong is the way this is alway portrayed. We keep hearing about the "inequality" of the gender. We see lots of protests with slogans like "not enough women CEO" and similar, but we never see thing like "not enough women working in the mines".

Inequality is impossible, FAIR workload would be the balance to be pursued. What we cannot do is to force someone to do something just because of the gender, that's not right.
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motmot of course they do men make the mess and women clean it up lol
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