New correlational research suggests that dads who think a woman’s place is in the home might be influencing their daughters to stay home as well.
LiveScience reports today that dads who share household chores and have equal-rightsy feelings about women in the workplace create daughters who tend to have more workplace ambition.
Employees who are unhappy about the newly increased taxes in 2013 had better hope that their CEO doesn’t have a kid. Kind of.
Kids, those bitter crotchfruit that are rumored to ruin everything, might also be lowering employee wages. A recent Dutch study found that when the male Chief Executive Officer of a company has kids – boys specifically – employees’ wages drop.
Word on the street is that a dad in Zimbabwe got his dong bitten off by his son during an argument. The story goes a little something like this:
In mid-December of 2012, in Glenview, Zimbabwe, a 26 year old Admire Gomo came home late and stripped nude for a good night’s sleep. His mother started arguing with him about his habit of coming home late, which Admire was having none of.
The 2013 Oscar nominations were released yesterday, and upon perusing the list, you might realize a narrative (mostly) missing that was present in the last couple of years: fathers.
By my count, the 2013 nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actor and Actress include a total of three movies about fathers. Write that number down.
The 2012 Oscar nominations (regardless of winners) mentioned more than twice as many, with seven movies whose main themes included fathers and fatherhood.
The 2011 Oscars set up fathers for a bright future with nominations of father-centric films like The Kids Are All Right, Inception, True Grit, Biutiful and Winter’s Bone. So 2012’s nominations were a natural progression. What happened in the wake of all of this amazing dadly cinema?
Bill Clinton has been named the 2013 “Father of the Year” by the National Father’s Day Council.
Clinton will receive his award at the 72nd Annual Father of the Year Awards in New York City on Tuesday, June 11. That’s like, the Tuesday before Father’s Day!
Emio Tomoeni wanted to show his wife what he was up to with his son while she was away at work.
This timelapse will make you want to steal a kid and play for a couple of hours. I mean, or if you got one of your own legally, that’s cool too.