Lockdown has altered the dynamics of the home in a number of unprecedented ways, and in many households there has been a significant shift in caring responsibilities. As the number of hours men spend with their children rises, we want to ask our readers: has the pandemic fundamentally changed the dynamics of fatherhood and motherhood in your home?
We would like to hear from you about your experiences of childcare and the division of labour at home during the pandemic. For instance, are you a father who parents differently now, whose work-childcare balance has flipped? Maybe you are a mother who has seen traditional inequalities persist, only now in different lockdown-shaped forms. What has changed about the parenting divide since March 2020? What hasn’t? And are there changes you expect to last? Whatever your experiences we would like to hear from you.
Share your experiences
You can get in touch by filling in the form below. Your responses are secure as the form is encrypted and only the Guardian has access to your contributions. One of our journalists will be in contact before we publish, so please do leave contact details.