Instead of protesting the men in our lives, which is essentially what the Day Without A Woman is really about, I want to honor one.
Women like actress Naya Rivera dismiss men because they aren’t carrying the baby. Yet the father does have an interest in whether his child lives or dies.
Moms and dads are not interchangeable units. And if mothers can attend events meant only for dads, fathers-only gatherings become meetings for anyone, losing their entire purpose.
Chelsea has her work cut out for her. She’s just one-woman kid against the Trumpkids, which is hardly a fair fight in numerical terms.
The Harry Potter franchise has so far featured strong, loving mothers, but not as many iconic fathers. That looks likely to change with ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.’
Stop pretending all mothers sacrifice more by giving birth than our combat troops do by fighting.
We know TV and movies beat up on dads. But not all of them.
This holiday takes fatherhood in its entirety, as a grand, amazing vocation and reminds us it is one of honor and might, not just in how it plays in our own personal lives.
The current set of easy attacks on Rudyard Kipling miss the center of his ‘Jungle Book’ stories.
These women are more concerned about racial differences than about the fact that they intentionally paid to procure a child who has no father in her life.
Chicago White Sox player Adam LaRoche is walking away from the $13 million remaining on his contract rather than reduce the time he spends with his son.
As culture continues to make fun of men and fathers, a growing posse of men are beginning to set higher expectations for themselves.
In this timeless Christmas tale we learn, above all, about the importance of fathers to sons.
If we want happy endings in movies or in real life, both intact families and strong father-daughter relationships matter.
We’re already in a world together, but stepping into another expands the experience of our own.
I used to dislike children. Now I’m a father, by choice. Here’s what fatherhood means to me.
Moms often steal the limelight, but dads are needed now more than ever.
This Father’s Day, my children and I are doping. Don’t look at us that way. Your family did it, too.
Men take parenting more in stride, and less as a sign of their being successes (or failures) at life. Being a dad is a good thing.
New parents have a lot to learn, mostly about how to chill.
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