Being that it’s Saturday night and this story should have gone up yesterday, I’m going to give you the quick-and-dirty:
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So get this – even though women of the household might feel as if they’re the victim of sexism more often – they actually pass sexist attitudes down to their children more often than fathers.
The study can be read in the Psicothema journal – right there, in black and white. And Spanish. It was conducted by Dr Maite Garaigordobil, of the University of the Basque Country in Spain. The study included 1,455 children ages 11-17, along with their 764 mothers and 648 fathers.