To be fair to us, men do a lot more housework than in Topics Inequality The housework gap. But it would be an equally good thing if men and women alike could put down some of that burden, stick it in the cupboard under the stairs, and forget about it. It would be a very good thing if men were to start shouldering their share of the housework burden. In , a revealing American study presented people with fictional accounts of gay and lesbian households, asking them to judge which partner ought to take responsibility for childcare, groceries, laundry and fixing the car. Men, it seems, conceded that they should be doing more than before — but then, having half-heartedly vacuumed the living room and passed a dampened cloth over the dining table, concluded that it was time for a nice sit-down. And, of course, to the extent that women scale back their career ambitions in order to focus on domestic matters — childcare plus housework — this inequality at home perpetuates inequality at work. The CTUR research looks at nationally representative samples of men and women of all sexualities, aged between 20 and Over the last half-century, across the developed world, more and more women have gone to work , the gender pay gap has been steadily narrowing , and fathers have spent more and more time with their children.
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