Sunday, 9 December 2007

Learning from Women

By Hakeem Babalola

Take the beautiful life of Aka Pygmy for example. Aka Pygmy men of Central Africa without any loss of status, cook while their women hunt and decide where to set up the next camp. According to Prof Barry Hewlett, an American anthropologist, breast feeding is common among Aka fathers who are within reach of their infants 47% of the time...click and read more

1 comment:

omogbe said...

I definitely found your article very interesting, but I believe that some key points were left out. When you spoke of life in London and American, you failed to let your audience know that because of the two income family needed to support the needs of the family, women have invariably had to go out and work as hard as men. That being the case men also have had to share in what was called a woman's job in the home.