You know, Leftists, progressives, feminists, etc. are really, really reaching when they start talking about housework being one of the most important gender-equity issues of our time.
In other words, they’ve run out of other stuff to b*tch about.
Check out this piece from Melinda Gates:
“Division of labor in the home is one of the most important gender-equity issues of our time. Yet at this rate it will be another 75 years before men do half the work.”
— Melinda Gates (@melindagates) May 5, 2019
What ‘Good Dads’ Get Away With.
Give us a break!
From The New York Times:
When my husband and I became parents a decade ago, we were not prepared for the ways in which sexism was about to express itself in our relationship. Like me, he was enthralled by our daughters. Like him, I worked outside the home. And yet I was the one who found myself in charge of managing the details of our children’s lives.
Division of labor in the home is one of the most important gender-equity issues of our time. Yet at the current rate of change, MenCare, a group that promotes equal involvement in caregiving, estimates that it will be about 75 more years before men worldwide assume half of the unpaid work that domesticity requires.
MenCare? Whoa boy again.
If anything is going to change, men have to stop resisting. Gendered parenting is kept alive by the unacknowledged power bestowed upon men in a world that values their needs, comforts and desires more than women’s. It’s up to fathers to cop to this, rather than to cop out.
What the Hell did we just read?
Omg, i can't even w/ this article. pic.twitter.com/jFDx5JVAd2
— Slen Noslen (@Nels_MissuJerry) May 7, 2019
Reminder: no one actually needs a man.
— ?????????? (@lacunalingua) May 5, 2019
This is the kind of crap Melinda’s article feeds.
Reminder: This statement is largely refuted by statistics on single parent households. Women and men need each other (when talking about heterosexual couples of course).
— Ben ?? (@KCCryptoInvest) May 7, 2019
What about division of labor outside home? Seen any hordes of women outside changing truck tires, cut trees, install transformers, dig roads, etc? It is only men who can do the countless dirty, dangerous, and tough jobs on land, water, and air necessary for human survival – ?️
— Self Improvement Magazine (@thejendra) May 5, 2019
Don’t see a lot of chicks in dirty crawlspaces fixing HVAC. Nope.
Wait…..what?!?! You want a law to say who does what in a house between adults? pic.twitter.com/6QKGsuHrnk
— stlgirlindal….a damn libertarian (@stlgirlinlex) May 6, 2019
Did she suggest a law for this? Please say she didn’t … true story, this editor couldn’t bear to read the whole thing.
False. My husband does half the work or more. Stop trying so hard.
— RanGenie (@LoveYourFacexo) May 7, 2019
You have to marry the right person. From day 1 my husband has always been involved with the household and kids. He is a fantastic cook and has no problem doing household work. We both make it a priority to never miss a school or sporting event. Great role model for our boys
— Nancy McNeill (@NancyMcNeill12) May 5, 2019
In other words, a good dad.
Let’s hear it for the GOOD DADS!
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