This may be old news, but an interesting paper suggests that fathers who do more housework around the house raise daughters who don’t aim for typical gender-stereotype jobs later in life. The father was key to raising daughters to aim for gender-equal aspirations. Yet, it isn’t just to believe in gender-equality, but to actually do the work. A father who believes in gender-equality and feminism, yet doesn’t contribute to the house chores gives an implicit message to his daughters that housework is a woman’s job. The paper is long, but you want a really quick synopsis, go here.
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