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New research suggests that when partners in a marriage feel the division of housework is fair, sexual satisfaction improves for both. “Feelings of unfairness in housework and other aspects of your marriage can be corrosive to the relationship,” said study co-author Anne Barrett. A Husband’s Housework May Bring Bedroom Benefits. TUESDAY, March 20, 2018 Husbands who are less than satisfied with their sex lives might want to fire up the vacuum. Why? New research suggests that when partners in a marriage feel the division of housework is fair, sexual satisfaction improves for both.

TUESDAY, March 20, 2018 (HealthDay News) Husbands who are less than satisfied with their sex lives might want to fire up the vacuum. Why? New research suggests that when partners in a marriage feel the division of housework is fair, sexual satisfaction improves.

A husband’s housework may bring bedroom benefits. by Serena Gordon, Healthday Reporter. New research suggests that when partners in a marriage feel the division of housework is fair, sexual A Husband’s Housework May Bring Bedroom Benefits | HealthyWomen For Professionals. A Husband’s Housework May Bring Bedroom Benefits By Weekly Sauce | March 20, 2018 Husbands who are less than satisfied with their sex lives might want to fire up the vacuum.

TUESDAY, March 20, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Husbands who are less than satisfied with their sex lives might want to fire up the vacuum. Why? New research suggests that when partners in a marriage feel the division of housework is fair, sexual satisfaction improves for both. New research suggests that when partners in a marriage feel the division of housework is fair, sexual satisfaction improves for both. Read More: 5 Ways to Recharge Your Sex Life After You Have Kids “Feelings of unfairness in housework and other aspects of your marriage can be corrosive to the relationship,” said study [ ].

Husband picking up housework may have benefits for the bedroom “Feelings of unfairness in housework and other aspects of your marriage can be corrosive to the relationship,” said researcher Anne. One reason is that sharing housework can connect family members. Adult members do labors like laundry and cooking, children just do simple chores like watering garden or making their bed.

Sharing housework makes us feel less tired and equal. Another reason is that doing housework brings knowledge organization of things, especially children.

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While the term housework is an accepted description of effort expended in managing domestic life, the potential to regard this as worthy of economic reward outside the employment relationship has been vigorously contested.

“Introducing Gender and Women's Studies” by Diane Richardson, Victoria Robinson
from Introducing Gender and Women’s Studies
by Diane Richardson, Victoria Robinson
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But it can be safely concluded that by keeping the perceived benefits of housework at high levels, the new knowledge delayed widespread labor force participation of married women by many decades.

“The Gifts of Athena: Historical Origins of the Knowledge Economy” by Joel Mokyr
from The Gifts of Athena: Historical Origins of the Knowledge Economy
by Joel Mokyr
Princeton University Press, 2011

And, lastly, the definition of rules for housework establishes a mechanism whereby the housewife can reward herself for doing it.

“The Sociology of Housework (Reissue)” by Oakley, Ann
from The Sociology of Housework (Reissue)
by Oakley, Ann
Policy Press, 2019

When a wife took a job, a husband’s participation in housework became an important way to conserve cash by avoiding resort to the market for household services, and, thus, a way to maximize the net effect of a wife’s earnings.

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from The Sex of Things: Gender and Consumption in Historical Perspective
by Victoria DeGrazia, Victoria de Grazia, Ellen Furlough
University of California Press, 1996

This makes sense, given that maintenance compensates the wife for her sexual availability rather than for household chores or any other duties.

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from Marriage and Slavery in Early Islam
by Kecia Ali
Harvard University Press, 2010

Many researchers seeking to understand gender differences in mental health have often compared homemakers to employed wives, generally assuming that full-time housework will increase levels of distress.

“A Handbook for the Study of Mental Health: Social Contexts, Theories, and Systems” by Allan V. Horwitz, Teresa L. Scheid
from A Handbook for the Study of Mental Health: Social Contexts, Theories, and Systems
by Allan V. Horwitz, Teresa L. Scheid
Cambridge University Press, 1999

The ‘wife’ may (crucially, of course, husband permitting) not bother to do the ironing, nor ever clean the windows, while domestic workers/servants only labour (although they may manage their time).

“Doing the Dirty Work?: The Global Politics of Domestic Labour” by Bridget Jane Anderson, Bridget L. Anderson
from Doing the Dirty Work?: The Global Politics of Domestic Labour
by Bridget Jane Anderson, Bridget L. Anderson
Zed Books, 2000

No direct estimates of housework required by the presence of husbands have, to my knowledge, been made.

“Feminism and Methodology: Social Science Issues” by Sandra G. Harding
from Feminism and Methodology: Social Science Issues
by Sandra G. Harding
Indiana University Press, 1987

If bringing money into the household increases one’s bargaining power, then the partner with higher earnings will do less housework and get more leisure in the next few hours.

“The Handbook of Economic Sociology: Second Edition” by Neil J. Smelser, Richard Swedberg
from The Handbook of Economic Sociology: Second Edition
by Neil J. Smelser, Richard Swedberg
Princeton University Press, 2010

It is worth remarking here that the feeling that housework ought to be done according to some abstract standard is apparently common to many women who work in the home.

“Reading the Romance: Women, Patriarchy, and Popular Literature” by Janice A. Radway
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by Janice A. Radway
University of North Carolina Press, 2009

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  • I want a video that’s just a clip of every time he marries someone followed a clip of him divorcing that person… sadly YouTube has a time limit for videos and that “might” go over (I think the limit is like 7 days or something crazy lol)

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  • Loved this video and honestly, every man on the planet should sit up and take notice. If a grown-ass man, lives in a house where his wife does all the cooking, cleaning and laundry, he is nothing more than a little boy letting his Mommy take care of him. Thanks so much for this!

  • They do change different rooms, I married Alex and he gave me this ugly wallpaper in my child’s room, I almost divorced him for it. I actually ignored him for a year. Lmao