For the father to create change, he has to raise his total number of hours, reducing his own payoff until there is a surplus of care. These barriers seem qualitatively different. To cross her barrier, the mother is required to do something that directly risks her status as a good mother [...]. The father, however, crosses his barrier by doing something that causes him personal inconvenience rather than public shame, and his status as a good father is at risk only if the additional care impacts his ability to be a good provider.
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