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The Pandemic Housework Dilemma Is Whitewashed

This period has exposed unequal domestic labor issues, but the centering is still on White, middle-class, heterosexual women

Black woman draping the cover over a bed.
Photo: JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty Images

Since the start of the pandemic, an old dilemma has been revived: the unequal gendered division of housework in the home. For middle-class workers who have been working from home…

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Nicole Froio

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