Children benefit so much from the inherent differences in how mothers and fathers approach situations. Sitting down and working through how to meet everyone’s needs will help the whole family.
Working Mother published an article by Zawn Villines that alleges anything less than a perfect 50/50 split in household labor is domestic abuse.
Peter Beinart fails to establish his theory of misogyny as the definitive attribute of an authoritarian front from Manila to Milan, partly because many of his examples are dishonest or obtuse.
As a tribute to Father’s Day, I’d like to describe the household labor of two fathers I’ve known: my own father and my husband, the father of my children.
As long as we continue to stigmatize household labor such as cleaning and child care, we stigmatize those to whom it falls by unavoidable extension.
Most women don’t want to be the family breadwinner, but new research finds they’re happy with just about any arrangement if they’re married.
It’s time to bring home economics back to schools and colleges.
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