Even in its own terms:
A survey has found that 60 per cent of men are working more than 60 hours a week.
When it came to women, however, the results showed that the majority of them put in less than 37-and-a-half hours.
Despite working longer hours, men generally find 25 minutes more a day to do activities they enjoy. Women have 50 minutes of ‘me time’ each day, while men generally find one hour and 15 minutes.
This isn\’t actually possible: that the people doing more work also have more leisure time.
Yup, they\’ve committed the old fallacy: they\’re counting only market working hours, not including hours spent in household production.