Thomas Sowell From time to time, I get a letter from some aspiring young writer, asking about how to write or how to get published. My usual response is that the only way I know to become a good writer is to be a bad writer and keep on improving. However, even after you reach the point where you are writing well—and that can take many years—the battle is not over. There are still publishers to contend with.
This article was originally published by Redstockings in Redstockings was an early women's liberation group centered in New York and was responsible for a number of influential writings.
It is the same in all other cases of servitude; at least in the commencement of the emancipatory movement. The serfs did not at first complain of the power of the lords, but only of their tyranny. The first signals all kinds of goodies, to warm the hearts not to mention other parts of the most radical men.
The first brings Carpentry essay without marriage, sex before marriage, cozy housekeeping arrangements "I'm living with this chick" and the self-content of knowing that you're not the kind of man who wants a doormat instead of a woman.
That will come later. After all, who wants that old commodity anymore, the Standard American Housewife, all husband, home and kids? The New Commodity; the Liberated Woman, has sex a lot and has a Career, preferably something that can be fitted in with the household chores-like dancing, pottery, or painting.
On the other hand is Women's Liberation-and housework. You say this is all trivial? That's what I thought.
It seemed perfectly reasonable. We both had careers, both had to work a couple of days a week to earn enough to live on, so why shouldn't we share the housework? So I suggested it to my mate and he agreed-most men are too hip to turn you down flat.
You're right, he said. Then an interesting thing happened. I can only explain it by stating that we women have been brainwashed more than even we can imagine, Probably too many years of seeing television women in ecstasy over their shiny waxed floors or breaking down over their dirty shirt collars.
Men have no such conditioning. They recognize the essential fact of housework right from the very beginning. Which is that it stinks. Here's my list of dirty chores: The list could go on but the sheer necessities are bad enough. All of us have to do these things, or get someone else to do them for us.
The longer my husband contemplated these chores, the more repulsed he became, and so proceeded the change from the normally sweet, considerate Dr. Jekyll into the crafty Mr. Hyde who would stop at nothing to avoid the horrors of-housework.
As he felt himself backed into a comer laden with dirty dishes, brooms, mops and reeking garbage, his front teeth grew longer and pointier, his fingernails haggled and his eyes grew wild. Not on your life! Just try to share the burden.
So ensued a dialogue that's been going on for several years. Here are some of the high points: We should each do the things we're best at.
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