I agree with Br. Khalid, unfortunately mothers (at leastthe ones of my own mums generation), tend ot treat their sons like littel kings and expect daughters to pitch i nwith the household chores.
I don't do this, as far as I'm concerned anyone within the vicinity with a body in working order who expects to be fed, watered, clothed and sheltered pitches in with whatever needs doing, I ask my nephew to run errands as much as my daughters, children actually enjoy it.
And I hate hate hate, this 'help out' attitude that we have whenever a male does something around the house, it's not 'helping out', it's pitching in to make life and home a nice place to be. If a female cooking, cleaning, and other billion chores around the house is not 'helping out' then neither is it when a man does it as far as I'm concerned.