Study Claims That Women Yell At Men Over Housework In Order To "Feel More Feminine"

According to a study conducted at the University of Missouri, female breadwinners often go a bit overboard when it comes to nagging males about housework in order to stay connected with traditional female roles in the household.

According to Dr. Rebecca Meisenbach, who interviewed over 15,000 "breadwinning" women for the study, "Working women who provide the majority of the household's income continue to articulate themselves as the ones who 'see' household messes and needs as a way to retain claim to an element of traditional female identity." [DailyMail]