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No Surprise: Men Are Cooking More

A bit of good news in the usuall slow-moving world of feminist change: A 25-year study of 3,000 Gen Xers has found that the men of our generation have really beefed up their game in the kitchen. They still don't cook as much as women, but it's creeping up there, with men making two-thirds of the meals that married women do, that is eight meals a week on average for a married woman's 12.
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