Sheryl Sandberg's latest campaign is all about getting men to lean in, at home. She's even created a new phrase, "choreplay," to describe what happens when hubby does the laundry. Even if it isn't quite how she presents it. Citing research showing that couples who share the domestic workload equally have more sex, Sandberg and Grant advise men who "want to do something nice for their partners" to forego the flowers and do some laundry instead. This statement drew a lot of flak from those who saw this transactional approach to sex as both retro and degrading. Hanna Rosin rallied against the implication of a "controlled and tidy" lady libido on Slate , and Tracy Moore mocked the "tang for his trouble" sentiment behind choreplay in a post titled "If Choreplay Is Real, It Is Also Gross," on Jezebel.
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Forget foreplay. The new and improved route to intercourse is "choreplay" — it's good for your spouse, good for your house, and comes with the imprimatur of feminist du jour Sheryl Sandberg. The essence of choreplay is simple: men should do more household chores to get more sex.
Subscriber Account active since. Despite being one of the most powerful women in the world, Sheryl Sandberg has experienced multiple instances of sexual harassment while doing her job. Facebook's chief operating officer outlined her experiences in a Facebook post on Sunday about harassment and changing the culture in companies and government. Sandberg wrote of one scary incident in which she described having to call security after a man started banging on her hotel door. She didn't name names or dates and said she hadn't actually worked for any of the harassers but said the incidents had happened "in the course" of doing her job.