The first episode of our new Man Ting podcast.
Times are changing and stereotypes along with them. Dads are clearly present in the lives of their children, but are (still) all too often seen as slackers, bumbling or incompetent when nothing could be further from the truth. They are there for their children because they want to be a part of their children’s lives, but are men truly supported in learning about their roles of becoming a father in the same way that women are taught about becoming mothers? Is the role of active, engaged fathers coveted, and are men are seen as more than financial providers who are also capable of nurturing?
Music: Beatmix by herbalsniff
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