The Times of London is running a piece about what it means to be a "good wife." Moreover, it's aimed at men and urges them to be better husbands.
Written by Shane Watson, it's broken down into pointed sections:
- "Make Him a Priority"
- "Have Sex"
- "Beware Resentment"
- and "Be Kind and Supportive"
...before segueing into a companion piece, "How to Be a Good Husband," by Matt Rudd.
It's an interesting, and controversial, article: It addresses culture, history, feminism, parenting, career and much more. And it's begging to be debated. What's your take?