Like helping them to clean the house or shop or even cooking.
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Most Helpful Girl
Unless the woman is at home and not working whereby doing housework is her job, then taking care of the home is a joint effort. If both partners are working, why should she do it all? This is where men get confused wondering why their women are too tired for sex and get all moody and resentful. It's because in this day and age, women are full time workers too, bringing home the second income, and when expected to cook and clean up, leaving all the housework to rest on her shoulders it's unfair. And men seem to have no problem benefitting from the second income. As partners, yeah, you're expected to help. Like I said, if she's home and not working, I would think that's her job in place of a job. Otherwise, if two people are going to share a home and work two jobs, then why is it even a question to help?6
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Most Helpful Guy
"husbands who help their wives in home duties" it makes it seem like it's the wife's job and that the man can help if he wants to or not. As far as I know he lives there, eats there, sleeps there... so he better get his ass moving and do some chores, he's a man, not a king.
House chores should be split 50-50 unless one of them has no job.9