Between domestic duties and emotional labor, research shows, women are more stressed than men are — but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s what the data says, and how to take care of yourself.
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Cry me a river, I have known some slovenly women over the years. Housework is never equal, there is always one with more expectations of cleanliness and jobs needed to be done in a relationship.

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Oh yes, it has to be this way. It's how nature made it. Because the hormone associated with dealing with stress is "testosterone", which is also known as "male sex hormone" for a reason, because men have much more of it.

That's why men are better at dealing with stress and keeping their cool in dangerous situations. Biology > nonsensical social science


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2019-57-Tu 04:57:27 am

Oh yes, it has to be this way. It's how nature made it. Because the hormone associated with dealing with stress is "testosterone", which is also known as "male sex hormone" for reason, because man have much more of it.

That's why man are better at dealing with stress and keep their cool in dangerous situation. Biology > nonsensical social science

2019-40-Tu 07:40:13 am

Oh yes, it has to be this way. It's how nature made it. Because the hormone associated with dealing with stress is "testosterone", which is also known as "male sex hormone" for reason, because man have much more of it.

That's why man are better at dealing with stress and keeping their cool in dangerous situations. Biology > nonsensical social science

2019-43-Tu 07:43:45 am

Oh yes, it has to be this way. It's how nature made it. Because the hormone associated with dealing with stress is "testosterone", which is also known as "male sex hormone" for a reason, because man have much more of it.

That's why man are better at dealing with stress and keeping their cool in dangerous situations. Biology > nonsensical social science

2019-44-Tu 07:44:00 am

Oh yes, it has to be this way. It's how nature made it. Because the hormone associated with dealing with stress is "testosterone", which is also known as "male sex hormone" for a reason, because man have much more of it.

That's why men are better at dealing with stress and keeping their cool in dangerous situations. Biology > nonsensical social science

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More SJW lies.

97% of workplace fatalities are males. Men are five times more likely to commit suicide than women.

But don’t let these actual stressors get in the way of the SJW narrative, right?

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