There is a conversation – set off by this genius artwork by a little boy – that needs to be had.
For the women (largely) that have been working from home, for home, for aeons,
There needs to be recognition, reward and a genuine appreciation for all they do.
Sure, we can start by saying thank you. But how do we quantify their labour, their effort, their willingness and their exhaustion? How do we put a price on what it is seemingly done out of a sense of duty, love and attachment?
It’s more than a full-time job. It is infused with emotion. It is done every day, without any off days or days off.
Home is a lot of hard work. Perhaps we can begin with some hard talk about it. And give women (largely) their due.
The SHOUT! Radio is considering having this conversation over a podcast. Soon.
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