Few weeks ago I watched an online reality series called Sweatshop. Three Norwegian fashion bloggers were sent to Cambodia in 2014 to try to work in a clothes factory and meet native workers, who sew our fast fashion. That project was realized by the Norway’s largest newspaper – Aftenposten. What seemed to be a different life style and a way to earn money, at the beginning, later became a nightmare for that young European. The participants were totally exhausted after couple of working hours. “What sort of life is this?” one of the Norwegian girl were asking. They found out that the workers... [+] Read more
When in 2013 a cousin of mine became a father for the second time, he was one of 5.200 men in the Czech Republic who stayed at home to carry about a baby. Among women was the number 55.5 times as much (288.500 mothers) in the same year .
Nowadays, in 2015, he became “daddy” for the third time and although his baby girl is now at home with her mother/his wife at least for six weeks (because of the puerperium), he already knows he wants to be again on parental leave. However, there are still no more men as him then 2 % in the Czech Republic. I would like to answer the question ‘Why?’ but... [+] Read more