(The othertwo I’ve done in stream-of-consciousness/movie note form; I guess there’s no reason to deviate now).
We all lie to our children. A lot. At some point, remembering all those lies is going to become a challenge. We are going to slip up. And our then adult children will remember those lies as the only truth they know/knew. That will undoubtedly prove awkward. Continue reading →
When I first saw this cover and the title for Ruth Davis Konigsberg’s “Chore Wars” in Time magazine, I was intrigued. This debate has been going on for quite some time, with the general consensus being, at least to my understanding, “of course women are doing more work than men.” So I was very surprised when I reviewed the article and found out that, according to the statistics they reviewed, men and women work about the same.
But I was even more surprised that the article seemed to stop where it did. Continue reading →