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Why millennial men want stay-at-home-wives. May I speak to my daddy? | MercatorNet | April 8, 2017

April 8, 2017

Shocking headline this week: "Young men want stay-at-home wives". Traditionalism rears its head. Must be something to do with Trump. Is the gender revolution in the home stalled? (Is it perhaps finished altogether, I hear someone hopefully asking?)
I have nothing against men doing more stuff at home, or being househusbands when they need to be. But the idea that that there should be a 50-50 split between mum and dad in household chores and, ideally, that both of them should be out earning full-time in the marketplace, even when they have young children, has always seemed to me lunacy.
Well, it turns out that fewer people who are in a position to choose are actually living like this these days – at least, in America. And that is probably one reason why increasing numbers of millennials don’t think it is freakish for mum to specialise in the home and dad to be the main breadwinner. Details below and here.

Carolyn Moynihan
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