For the past few months, "having it all" has been on everyone's minds. Is it achievable? Who defines it? From working moms to single women, the work-life debate is seen as an issue for all sorts of women.
But what about caretaker fathers? We rarely hear their perspective on work-life balance.
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Our friends at The Daily Beast take a closer look at the views of masculinity surrounding caretaker fathers and what needs to change.
The author explains: "Even the toughest caretaker dad has to find public debates over gender and work-life balance unsatisfying. As a dad walking the fatherhood walk, I find it frustratingly incomplete to hear that men need to make room for women to find better balance between work and life. Please don’t get me wrong: they do. They absolutely do. However, while women ought to have more family flexibility and better professional opportunities from entry-level jobs to the boardroom, that's only half of the equation."
Read the rest at The Daily Beast: Fatherhood, Manhood, and Having It All
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