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Women's roles greatly changed

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As I was flipping through a recent issue of Time magazine that centered around women becoming the richer sex, naturally, as a woman, I was intrigued.

The article explained in depth about how women are starting to gain more power and make more money than their male counterparts. This shift from the norm has caused men to take more responsibility in the home and women to become America’s “breadwinners.”

Women have been battling kitchen grime, couch stains and eager children for decades. It’s about time men started taking over some of the dirty domestic work.

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