The ever self defeating feminists are caught in a bold faced lie they told men inside a recent ideological controversy.Prominent feminist Jessica Valenti has recently disagreed with fellow feminist Sheryl Sandberg on the topic that men who do more house chores, get more sex and fulfilling relationships:
"It turns out that men can also benefit — in the bedroom — from doing actual housework."Sandberg and Grant reported in the fourth installment of their New York Times series, Women at Work:
'Sandberg and Grant reported in the fourth installment of their New York Times series, Women at Work:Research shows that when men do their share of chores, their partners are happier and less depressed, conflicts are fewer, and divorce rates are lower. They live longer, too; studies demonstrate that there’s a longevity boost for men (and women) who provide care and emotional support to their partners later in life.
If that isn’t exciting enough, try this: Couples who share chores equally have more sex. As the researchers Constance T. Gager and Scott T. Yabiku put it, men and women who work hard play hard.'"