There are a lot of things in those pictures that I don't get.
Why the hell wouldn't motherhood be a salaried job?
Why is the working mother's 40-hour salary higher than the SAHM? The working mother participates less in every task on the list, which means her salary should be lower than the SAHM, right? (Actually, I know how you get to this difference, but it's a pretty sloppy way to do the math.)
Why does the working mother's salary breakdown show 54 hours of overtime? Shouldn't it be 18?
Why is a woman's "worth" only measured by motherhood-related activities? I mean, this is the only reasonable conclusion I can draw from the fact that "total compensation" is merely a footnote under the calculation of these women's "worth."