At least in the UK, the expectation still stands that women will cut back their work hours after having children, while men will keep up the same work schedule. Equality might be increasing in the domestic sphere, but the balance hasn't yet tipped at work. Based purely on anecdotal evidence, we'd wager the same holds true here in the U.S.
What do you think? Does sharing housework improve a man's chances for happiness? Does the workplace form a barrier that we have yet to collectively break?
• Fathers are happier when doing more housework, says study | The Guardian
• Men Who Clean House Are Happier | Salon.com
• Study Finds Link Between House Chores and Sex | Boing Boing
• Division of Labor: Sharing Housework | Apartment Therapy
• Chore Charts and the Equitable Household | Apartment Therapy