In the 21st century, parents are more committed to sharing housework and childcare than ever before. It’s a positive trend for many good reasons. According to the U.S. labor department, in 2014, over 60% of married men and women with children had both parents in the work force. Two working parents don’t have much time left over to do all the things that have to be done everyday.
However, this change in attitude has not translated into real equality when it comes to mopping floors, changing diapers, grocery shopping and all of the other tasks of every day life. Men disagree! When... Read More