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  • Aussie men defy gendered housework stereotypes
  • Aussie men defy gendered housework stereotypes
    Juliane Liebermann (2018) ©
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Aussie men defy gendered housework stereotypes

The stereotypical Australian man sees himself portrayed as the breadwinner who doesn't lift a finger at home – think cult 'dumb dad' character Norm Sims. But with Aussie men spending more time doing housework than most developed economies, gendered attitudes are changing.

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