BUT... I married a fellow who was raised by a parent who thrives on the adage "cleanliness is next to Godliness" and he learned to thrive in a clean and tidy environment. He is not by nature a tidy fellow but he is less stressed when his environment is tidy. Reducing stress is an important part of this household and so learning homemaking skills is important. My son needs to learn how to tidy up the "untidyness" that he creates. :)
And so remembering that it is important to teach my son how to do certain tasks EVEN IF he doesn't want to. But to teach HOW to and WHY it is important.