At least, this is the inference I get from the latest bit of governmental foolishness, Euro Division:
Spain has announced plans for an app that will tell wives if their men are doing enough housework. The new app intends to address the gender imbalance of housework and will log the hours a family member spends doing chores.
And which department is coming up with this lovely example of Big Sister snooping?
Ángela Rodríguez, Spain’s minister for gender equality and domestic violence, said her department was in the process of developing the free app.
One might argue that the rationale for even having a “minister for gender equality and domestic violence” is dubious (and one would be right — “gender equality” is a bullshit concept, and “domestic violence” is a police matter already).
The minister was speaking at a conference in Geneva discussing discrimination against women. The minister presented a report at the convention on Spain’s women’s rights.
Rodriguez said nearly half of the women who took part in a survey by Spain’s National Statistics Institute said they did the majority of the housework in their home.
Oh boo fucking hoo.
Wonder what the fat bitch would think of this little joke?
I can hear the Sisterhood’s wailings from here.
Anyway, Spain is pretty fucked up about all this:
A Spanish court has ordered a businessman to pay his ex-wife £180,000 for 25 years of unpaid domestic labour, based on the minimum wage throughout their marriage.
And oh yeah, the ruling was made by a female judge — like you didn’t suspect that already.
If the hapless Spanish businessman refused to pay the money and went to jail for his disobedience: now that would be truly macho, Señor.
Never gonna happen, though. Looks like Spanish men have been pussified like pretty much most Western men (to coin a phrase).