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Gee, is this an actual apology or just flippantly ignoring the bleeding obvious. The feminasties have been waxing lyrical of this and as usual, lying through their teeth as they claimed all along that it was only the privileged princesses who did everything while all them men slackers just sat on their arse and drank beer..

Feminists should receive the liar of the year award, and the Quarterly, Yearly, Decade, Century awards..

Fascintaing how women claim to be overworked when the majority of them do not even know how to cook, sew, ironing, do housework or even know how to STFU....

Big news, ladies! Turns out your husbands haven't been slackers all along.
TIME's cover story this week examines the "Chore Wars" that take place in most modern marriages, where women have long felt the burden of being overworked. Ever since women entered the workforce en masse in the 1970s, they've felt the pressures of paid work on top of their pressures of unpaid work such as chores around the house and childcare. Their husbands, by contrast, seemed to move at a glacial pace to increase their fair share. This pressure on working women has caused, NewsFeed imagines, many a marital spat.

Yet some of those recent spats might have been for naught. As Ruth Davis Konigsberg reports, men and women's work each week is now actually pretty much on equal footing. Though it's still true that women with young children do put in more hours around the house and with the kids, at the same time their husbands are putting more time in at the office (where cutting back hours as a new dad isn't typically an option). According to the most recent data by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on hours worked by women and men who are married, employed and have kids, the ladies are actually only putting in about 20 minutes more work (paid and unpaid) per day than their husbands. Sure, they're working more, but it's not the 15 hours a week difference made famous by The Second Shift, the hugely influential book by Arlie Russell Hochschild.

As a result, Konigsberg writes that overstressed women should stop pointing the finger so squarely at men. “On balance, husbands and wives have never before had such similar workloads. Quantitatively speaking, we have no grounds to stand on. And it's time that women — myself included — admit it and move on.”
Megan Gibson is a reporter at TIME. Find her on Twitter at @MeganJGibson.

Here we have more endless whining from the privileged sex once again moaning endlessly on how life is just so frigging difficult for their POV. When will they ever stop, obviously they have no liitation on that..
Most women commencing businesses rely on Husbands to finance or rely on his income while she opens another "body shop" or "How many different colours do you want to hair to be shop" or "smelly stuff with candles shop" or "get a rub down here shop" which in most cases cater to their privileged sex anyway. But they claim to open most of the small businesses but the chart demonstrates that once again they wallow in ignorance as well as an over inflated ego.. 

Women start two out of every three new businesses every year yet we receive only three to five percent of all venture capital. That’s not gender discrimination folks. That’s failing to ask. That’s having limited horizons. That’s low self-esteem. That’s not feeling comfortable negotiating the capital your business deserves to grow and create new jobs, which is the key to helping the country out of its current economic free-fall.