Couples that split childcare duties have better relationships, sex lives
from CTV News
A team of researchers from Georgia State University have concluded that heterosexual couples that split childcare duties have higher-quality relationships and sex lives than couples in which the majority of the responsibilities lie with the mother alone. The study was led by Daniel L. Carlson, an assistant professor of sociology at Georgia State University (GSU), and GSU graduate students Sarah Hanson and Andrea Fitzroy.
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