Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Feminists Caught In A Lie During A Controversial In Group Argument.

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.'"
The research provided by Sandberg is very shoddy, lacking in details and usage of methodology as we can read in the hyperlinks. They are very vague and ambiguous, and don't cite any  scientific method. Here are actual detailed studies that actually show that if you keep your traditional male chores, you'll get more sex than men who do traditionally female chores

"Does the sight of men doing traditional female chores turn women off? A new study suggests that the more time men spend on household tasks, the less sex they have.

 "Couples in which men participate more in housework typically done by women report having sex less frequently. Similarly, couples in which men participate more in traditionally masculine tasks -- such as yard work, paying bills, and auto maintenance -- report higher sexual frequency."

The study, which was published in the February edition of the American Sociological Review, surveyed 4,500 heterosexual married U.S. couples from 1992 to 1994. The average age for men was 46, and women were around 44.

On average, couples spent 34 hours on traditional female household chores, like cooking, cleaning, shopping and sewing. They spent another 17 hours doing men's tasks, which include household repairs and working outdoors in the garden. Men spent did about one-fifth of the female tasks, and only a little more than half of the male tasks. This suggested that women did more housework overall.

Men and women reported on average having sex five times the month before the survey was taken. In households where the women did all the female chores, they had sex 1.6 times more a month than the households where the men did all the traditionally female tasks. Households where men did 40 percent of the housework had one less sexual event on average."

And what was Jessica Valenti's issue with Sandberg's idea? You shouldn't expect sex from the woman who accepted to marry you, and be sexually exclusive to you; and if you do, you're being sexist to your sexually exclusive wife... as if she was a stranger you didn't build a romantic relationship with and were already demanding sex from. Get your drinks ready, here comes Valenti down with the sickness:

"But the incentive for men to be 50/50 domestic partners with their wives leaves me cold: 
'When men share household responsibilities, their wives are happier and their marriages are stronger. Not only does marital satisfaction go up, but couples have more sex – “choreplay” is real!'

It also paints a fairly inaccurate - and transactional - picture of female desire. Despite terrible gift books to the contrary, most women don’t get off on men vacuuming or picking up socks (not that there’s anything wrong with those that do). What turns women on is what turns men on: good sex.Perhaps it’s true that couples have sex more often when men take on an equitable amount of domestic work. "
So husbands who are solely responsible for being 24/7 bodyguards, mechanics, plumbers, electricians, disciplinarians budgetary accountants, mostly responsible for the well-being of the family ; are lazy sexists for not really helping your wives with their end of the bargain. And here's the kicker; men who are in modern relationships sharing house chores equally, have 50% higher chances of suffering divorces than men in more traditional marriages:

"'Divorce rates are far higher among “modern” couples who share the housework than in those where the woman does the lion’s share of the chores', a Norwegian study has found. 
In what appears to be a slap in the face for gender equality, the report found the divorce rate among couples who shared housework equally was around 50 per cent higher than among those where the woman did most of the work."

So, not are only men less likely to divorce in a more traditional marriage, wives report more happiness in them.So much for the movement that claims to fight for both genders' equality and happiness.

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