Folding the movement #sharetheload #4

#Foldinggame #sharetheloadmovement

This is the last part of the four parts blog posts series for Ariel’s #Sharetheload campaign in association with Blogadda.

The last part of the campaign was to see how many clothes a son or a husband can fold in 30 seconds, this is video is one shot. I did not want him to try hard and compete, I let him be himself and enjoy the moment as he was being so humble.

He might seem to be slow but he does it clean, isn’t it?
He did it for the first time and he said, “now I know how is it to fold a pile of clothes and you women do it in minutes”, he concluded the task saying that he will do it more often.

Times are changing and so the load of sharing the work has not become a big deal in progressive families especially the ones who live in a joint family. It is believed that if kids are monkeys, we need to give them something good to imitate, with this thought I feel more and more father and mother should come up together and set examples to break the patriarchal belief system and come out easily.

It is not only sharing about the load but a way of showing that you care and a sense of belongingness towards your own house.

It is true that more men today Share The Load than ever before. But, despite progress, as a society, we’re still far from complete household equality, hence the movement’s return,

After the task, I made him say, I pledge to #ShareTheLoad in household chores in association with Ariel and BlogAdda

#ShareTheLoad #Blogadda #ToughIsEasy

Much love and gratitude

Priyanka

#virtualsiyahi

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