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What Happened When Male Politicians Learned What Pregnancy Is Like

A viral video from Japan is showing what happens when dads get a chance to walk in a mother’s shoes. While much of the world lags behind when it comes to equality in housework and parenting duties, recent reports have shown that Japan has an especially long way to go. A 2015 OECD report showed that Japanese men spend slightly more than one hour on unpaid housework each day, while women spend five and a half hours.
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