Share the load 4
Ariel urges men to share the load and do their share of the household chores in its newest campaign, which aims to help women get their much-needed rest. With the belief that mothers have a strong empathetic point of view, Ariel now urges mothers to raise their children as a generation of equals. For a better experience on Ariel. India - English. Do you want to continue? Contact Us.
Rachel McAdams. Age: 27. Maybe you want to have a nice companionship, have a dinner a have a deep conversation. . Or. . maybe you need more. . You need to feel passion, intimacy, sexual drive. . It is my pleasure to take care of you and do my best, that you will experience unbelievable moments with me.
Share the Load Podcast — Intimacy Coordinator for TV and Film • Mia Schachter
Conceptualised by BBDO, the film highlights how women get less sleep than their husbands due to the unequal distribution of household chores. Over the last 5 years, Ariel India has continuously sparked conversations around the unequal division of domestic chores within households and urging more and more men to ShareTheLoad. ShareTheLoad is not a regular campaign, but a movement for social change. In the spirit of keeping this conversation going and furthering the cause of equality within households, Ariel launched the 4th chapter of ShareTheLoad. Taking the conversation further from where we left last year, Ariel realized that the impact of men not sharing the load is far deeper and stronger. Uneven division of household chores like laundry is coming in the way of women getting enough sleep and rest.
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Share the Load
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Share the Load is a time to reflect on the division of labor within our personal relationships. When it comes to the burden of daily life, how do our evolving views on identity and work determine how we share responsibility? I'm your host, Mia Schachter. I'm an intimacy coordinator for film, television, and theater, and a writer and educator in Los Angeles.
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