Women in England

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Three generations of women in England: The mother, her daughter, and her granddaughter.

Women in England are women who live in or are from England. The A Guide to English Culture and Customs described the English women of the United Kingdom to be "equal to men, and should be treated fairly" and that they do "equal share of (...) household tasks and childcare"; but such description may be different in some "more traditional British families" where each couple may have their "own arrangement".[1] As part of the English culture, social drinking is acceptable for women.[1]

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