Division of labor is a big problem at work: Women are asked to do ‘office housework’ by their male co-workers

Women are getting a raw deal at home and at work.

Darcy Lockman, a clinical psychologist and the author of the new book, “All the Rage: Mothers, Fathers, and the Myth of Equal Partnership,” says mothers still do 65% of child-care work. In a recent opinion piece for The New York Times, she writes that family researchers that men’s sense of responsibility has to catch up with “the culture of fatherhood.”

Quoting a study by MenCare, a global advocacy organization to promote men’s and boys’ involvement as equitable, nonviolent care givers, Lockman notes that at the current rate of global progress, it will take 75 years to achieve equality in this work.

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