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A woman doesn’t marry a man to lose her freedom, but unfortunately this is what has been going on since the creation of Adam and Eve. I choose one example where both the man and the woman work at a post-office. At twelve o’clock they come back home very tired. The wife goes to the kitchen to prepare lunch and the man remains in the living-room sitting in an armchair with his legs crossed and reading the newspaper. Why is that? Why can’t the man help his wife in the kitchen? The wife isn’t a cook. I agree that it is partly her job, but the man also can help her in the kitchen. He can wash the dishes. He can set the table or warm the soup, etc. Moreover, when the wife is cooking, if one of the children starts to cry the man calls out to his wife saying “Yeah. Mrs. come and see your child, she’s crying”. Isn’t the child his also? Then the husband should look after him.
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