THIS WEEK | Listen Online via Zoom | Meeting ID 863 9059 0096
Gender Equality at Home
Continuing our conversation from last week, we will explore the status of women at home. With increasing numbers of women in professional roles, how is gender equality changing, and do families consider women as ‘breadwinners’? Further, in many households, both spouses are working. How does their level of income correlate to a willingness to do chores? In addition, we’ll discuss how men’s and women’s roles and behaviors are changing.
Please join us this Sunday as StoicDan and Candace Thompson present “Gender Equality at Home”. We’ll also follow up on conversation items from last week. Please read the following material and bring your comments and questions to the discussion.
Atlantic article 2019: Even Breadwinning Wives Don’t Get Equality at Home
Atlantic article 2016: Emasculated Men Refuse to Do Chores, Except Cooking
Harvard Business Review 2016: Are U.S. Millennial Men Just as Sexist as Their Dads?
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