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Sorry, men, there’s no such thing as ‘dirt blindness’ – you just need to do more housework

While the gender gap is narrowing, women still do seven hours more housework per week than men (and that doesn’t include the child-caring). Shutterstock Leah Ruppanner, University of Melbourne and Brendan Churchill, University of Melbourne The problem with housework is that it is never-ending drudgery. As soon as the floor is cleaned, the dog throws […]

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Why stereotypes of sexy women fans persist at the World Cup

Kim Toffoletti, Deakin University This article is part of a World Cup series exploring the politics, economics, science and social issues behind the world’s most popular sports event. Globally, women’s football fandom is on the rise, with women comprising around 40% of worldwide television audiences for the 2014 men’s football World Cup. Couple this with […]

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