“Women belong in the kitchen!” screams a report from the Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and with a heavy heart I concede that I’m forbidden to do the housework. Alas the metrosexual inside me wants to help out, honestly, but the chauvinist fascists at CRUK just won’t allow it.
A recent study of over 200,000 women suggests that exercise from housework cuts the risk of breast cancer in both pre and post-menopasual women by more than 30%. So in other words CRUK has set back women’s rights a good 70 years by demanding a feminine touch when dusting, mopping and vacuuming.
While I condemn these notions of sexism and foulplay, until this research is disproved Mr Spillane will help his metaphorical other half fight the ‘fight’ by allowing her to vacuum the red carpet and polish my ivory tower until CRUK says otherwise. After all it is for her benefit.
By C. Spillane