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‘Fatherhood Recognition Awards’ Taking Nominees from Great Lakes Bay Region

‘Fatherhood Recognition Awards’ Taking Nominees from Great Lakes Bay Region
6 years ago

‘Fatherhood Recognition Awards’ Taking Nominees from Great Lakes Bay Region

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It’s almost time for the 2nd Annual Power of Dad “Fatherhood Recognition Awards,” which honors 7 fathers from the Great Lakes Bay Region. The event is set for Friday, …
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British Mother Fancies A Beating In Front Of Young Tot
6 years ago

British Mother Fancies A Beating In Front Of Young Tot

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Sooo hey happy Cyber Monday! While we were all shopping and eating and then eating some peppered shoppers here in the states, some diseased bird across the pond decided to unload some rather racist remarks to a crowd of ethnic minorities in a confined area while using – what appears to be – her 3-year-old son as a human shield. Clearly this blinkered skin chimney was trying to get a rise out of the lot, which almost prompted a ol’fashioned barney, it did.

Video after the hop.

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Jamie Cumming Tally: 16 Children By January
6 years ago

Jamie Cumming Tally: 16 Children By January

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When last we checked in with Jamie Cumming, he was having his 15th child. This 34 year old English gent is now awaiting baby number 16, from the 14th …
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Wasau Daily Herald Says Dads Stay Home Because of Recession
6 years ago

Wasau Daily Herald Says Dads Stay Home Because of Recession

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Another day, another article trying to give dads any other excuse for staying home than a love for their family. Recently, we covered a My Fox Houston article that claimed stay-at-home-dads are losing the point-and-laugh stigma, all while pointing and laughing. This time around, it’s Wisconsin’s Wasau Daily Herald, who claim that “men who have been forced by the Great Recession to take on roles traditionally filled by women are increasingly accepting their new duties.”

Et cetera, et cetera.

Problem is, the article also mentions (actually, in the other half of their own sentence), that some fathers “in some instances are choosing to stay home with their children even when other options are available.” Sounds like fathers staying home are less victims of the “Great Recession” than champions of loving their families.

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