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According to Statisticians…

If a woman looks after a house and cares for her own children in her own home, then according to statisticians she is not working.



But if she takes paid employment, pays someone else to raise her children, and to care for her house, then she, the nanny, and the domestic would all be classified as working.



Conclusion:
Caring for a house and children is work only if money changes hands.

Don’t get no respect, ladies, ‘less you charge for it!
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You never contributed anything to the marriage…

Being a full-time, traditional wife and mom is exhausting and hard-labour.



You juggle multiple roles and duties: You cook, you clean, you care for the kids. Housekeeping, day-care, teaching, accounting, laundry, managing, organizing, driving, psychology, nursing, lover, friend, advisor, companion.



You work over 90 hours a week.

You make a haven for hubby so he may focus on his career and his advancement.



All this and sex, too, for no pay.

You are exhausted and frustrated and would like some recognition and some compensation.



So, what does hubby claim at the divorce?



“You never contributed anything to the marriage.”

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No Wife of Mine Will Work!

In my Father’s day, men kept the little woman in the house with the statement, “No wife of mine will work!”

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Correction:
Women have always worked brutally long, hard hours caring for house, hubby, and heirs.

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What men really meant was: “No wife of mine will do PAID work.”
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The Unpaid Woman: Modern Slaves

Society would come to a halt without women and without women’s work.

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Yet Society looks down on women and their work. Society deems “woman’s work” as something we should contribute for free.

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The unpaid woman: The best deal Society ever instituted since slavery.