Can men who don’t do chores make good husbands?

Many contemporary married women would love to see their husbands helping out around the house. However, getting men to do household chores has remained a pipe dream for many. PHOTO | FILE

What you need to know:

  • Further, according to a study published in the journal Psychological Science, husbands who do chores, are more likely to raise daughters who aspire to less traditional roles, and instead are driven towards potentially higher-paying careers.
  • Amidst the debate on whether men should help with the house chores and to what extent, lies the question: Do men who don’t share in domestic chores make good husbands?

Many contemporary married women would love to see their husbands helping out around the house. However, getting men to do household chores has remained a pipe dream for many.

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