Tag Archives: stay-at-home

Somebody Please Think For The Children

One argument one hears a lot, especially when it comes to bullshit gender enforcement, is “But it will confuse the children!” We heard it about gay marriage (“Children won’t understand how someone can have two daddies or two mommies!”) and … Continue reading

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Sundry Awesome Posts

(Hat tips to Tenya, MinervaB and Jose to pointing us to these great posts.) From Fathers and Families, a post on the rise of the single father: But two things suggest to me that the rise in single fathers shouldn’t … Continue reading

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National Household Survey Quote on Gendered Obstacles to Fluid Work/Home Task Sharing

Via comment from Clarence “These effects probably emanate from the greater change in women’s than men’s roles,” the researchers write. “Women’s employment has increased and is accepted, men’s nonemployment is unacceptable to many, and there is a cultural ambivalence and … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day

Today I come to praise fathers and, in particular, I come to praise my father. For ten years, my father woke up every morning at 4 AM so he could be at work by 5.  He gave up all chance … Continue reading

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Who Cares About Men’s Rights?

I do. I care about every boy that was ever called a fag or a pussy or a sissy for being emotional, or sensitive, or unathletic, or just not manly enough. I care about the boys who are afraid they’ll lose their … Continue reading

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