A new study finds that married men who spend more time doing traditionally “female” chores, such as cooking, cleaning and shopping, have less sex than husbands who don’t do as much.
The findings also reveal that men who did more “manly” chores, such as yard work, paying bills and auto repairs, have more sex.
The study, using data on heterosexual couples in the United States from a national survey of families and households, appears in the February issue of American Sociological Review.
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