One woman believes an article, which references a 'woman's place in the home', should not be removed from the Constitution.
Irish Independent columnist Lorraine Courtney says it would be better to reform Article 41.2 than take it out completely.
Back in 2018, it was announced a referendum proposal to delete the article would not proceed following a decision by the Oireachtas Justice Committee.
Lorraine told Newstalk Breakfast the article has value.
"I'm actually quite surprised it's something so many people want to have gotten rid of, as if this is the reason for gender inequality in Ireland - when I think it isn't at all.
"I actually think the article would have been very progressive if it actually meant something, but the only problem with it is that it's actually completely meaningless.
"We have tens of thousands of Irish women working in the home very day, completely for free, offering free childcare - and particularly the family carers as well that do so much work completely for free and aren't being fairly rewarded for that".
Put to her that the article is there to frame women's place in Irish society, she says reform is the answer.
"It's saying mother's wouldn't be obliged in economic necessity to engage in labour outside of the home.
"Survey after survey of young mothers say that they would much prefer to stay at home while their children are still small, up until the point where their children are two or three, if they could afford to do so.
"I think feminism has a huge problem in wanting women to work outside of the home".
Host Ciara Kelly suggests it is about having the option to work, to which Lorraine says: "The vast, vast majority of women don't have careers - they have jobs.
"If you've a career you're very lucky, but you're probably only in the top 2% of women.
"Go out and clean toilets, or try stacking supermarket shelves for a day, and you'll see how liberated you feel at the end of it".
She adds: "I think it could certainly be rephrased to be gender neutral, to take in other kinds of caring - so that it's not just looking after children, so that it's broadened out".