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Rethinking Fatherhood

May 24, 2014


I recently visited Fred Meyer to buy my dad a Father’s Day card and observed the plethora of stereotypes card companies rely on to sell cards. The two cards above are prime examples of the roles we assume fathers must fill. They grill, eat meat, fix things around the house, and teach their kids how to drive. Let’s move beyond these stereotypes that limit the roles men have in their children’s lives.

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