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Why Moms (and Non-Moms) Have Had Enough

Invisible labor at home and work make this time particularly trying for women

A photo of a family of four (mom, dad, two kids) sitting at home. Mom is on her computer and attending to a child.
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The bombshell from a recent New York Times survey probably didn’t come as much of a surprise to working moms juggling Zoom calls and math worksheets: In straight American couples with kids under 12, nearly half of men claimed that they were shouldering most of their…

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Kelli María Korducki

Kelli María Korducki

Writer, editor. This is where I post about ideas, strategies, and the joys of making an NYC-viable living as a self-employed creative.

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