When my 5-year-old girls asked me flat-out about the man in red, I told them the truth—and it was a huge relief.
Andy Hinds is equal parts carpenter, writer, and stay-at-home dad living in San Diego. He's a contributor at The Daily Beast, The Atlantic, NYTimes, and Slate, and his personal blog is betadadblog.com.
A new book argues that the pop culture image of dads as lazy and uninvolved is not only false but damaging, perpetuating a sexist social structure that pigeon holes women too.
Amazon Mom, the company’s parent-focused program, forgets that American families come in all different shapes and sizes.
A San Diego school district just got a Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle—admins claim it will be used in case of a shooting or other disaster. Is it really necessary?
You might be a progressive, non-racist, self-aware white person. Even you need a lesson in privilege.
Lacey Spears allegedly killed her son via lethal doses of salt. But do two posts and regular Facebook use make you a ‘blogger,’ or is it simply a media spin?
In the media, dads are often portrayed as bumbling idiots. But a new Dove ad does just the opposite.
A new survey of the scientific literature gets at the question of how involved a dad should be in order for his offspring to survive and thrive.
Sure, Father’s Day is coming—but the ‘other parent’ is getting more than just a day this year, with dads the focus of TV shows and books, as well as policymaking and scientific study.
A new study says girls who see their fathers pulling their own weight on the home front are more likely to pursue ambitious careers.