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Splitting up chores may slash sex for married couples




A recent report by the American Sociological Review found that more equal distribution of household tasks in a marriage (that did not focus on traditional gender roles) negatively affected their bedroom behavior.
A recent report by the American Sociological Review found that more equal distribution of household tasks in a marriage (that did not focus on traditional gender roles) negatively affected their bedroom behavior.
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A recent report by the American Sociological Review found that more equal distribution of household tasks in a marriage (that did not focus on traditional gender roles) negatively affected their bedroom behavior. But does an equal division of labor in a marriage really slash the amount of sex a couple has?

Lori Gottlieb wrote about this for The New York Times and joins us to discuss.