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Critics said the eight-episode series, in which Kondo helps American families tidy their houses, had also revealed a clear gender divide, with men feeling less concerned about and accountable for domestic mess.Gender inequality has persisted in households across the globe, with women performing three-quarters of unpaid work such as cleaning, cooking and looking after children, according to a report released by the ILO last year.Men have contributed more toward unpaid work over the last two decades -- but only by an additional seven minutes each day -- and it would take 210 years to close the gender gap, the ILO report said.Malaysian mother Zuraidah Adnan, who became a Kondo fan after she binge-watched the Netflix series recently, said she had decluttered her home, but was still trying to convince her husband to help.
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