Analysis Of Cleaning: The Final Feminist Frontier, By Jessica Grose

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One thing my grandma would always say every time she was doing work around the house is that, “A woman’s work is never done.” Posted on an online magazine website author, Jessica Grose, wrote an article titled “Cleaning: The Final Feminist Frontier,” published March 13th, 2013. As she got into the article she argues that men in our lives more recently started taking on more of the childcare and cooking, while the cleaning still falls unfairly on women. Jessica Grose starts to build her credibility with personal facts and using reputable sources. As she is starting out her article she begins to set the stage with an image in your mind of her own specific event of her being trapped inside her apartment with her husband for thirty-six hours. While his father was going to come over after being trapped inside, she insisted on cleaning up the house even though her husband said his dad didn’t mind the house being messy due to magazines, beef jerky wrappers and empty soup cans. The next thing she does is outline the uneven distribution of cleaning work that is in her own marriage and she suggests to make a chart of who does what chores and dividing up the tasks based on your skill and ability to make it fairer for both parties in the household. She also, suggests to accept a dirtier house since you both are working full time and then coming home after work.…show more content…
Some of the sources include, “P&G North America Fabric Care Brand Manager, Matthew Krehbiel”. By, citing these sources boosts Grose’s credibility by showing that she has done her research and she has found and provided that facts and information, including expert opinions that help support her. As Grose started off her article she used personal examples from her own relationship, which means that she has a personal first had experience with the problem at

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