It's about the toilet paper

Marton, Betty A.
December 1994
Mothering;Winter94, Issue 73, p112
Discusses the author's toilet paper theory in terms of domestic equality between husband and wife. Sharing of responsibility for care of the home and children; Category of functions; Boundaries of responsibility; Satisfaction from intimate participation in domesticity.


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