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New legislation in Ireland will require fathers’ names be put on birth certificates – a move that some applaud and others still feel is not enough to ensure fathers’ rights.
In other recent news, there is still no plan for paid paternity leave for Irish dads.
Hey dad, want to see a bummer visualized? Well boom goes the dad-a-mite, fathers in the United States get zero days of paid paternity leave, while dads in Sweden get 480.
FOUR HUNDRED AND EIGHTY…or as they say in Sweden, fyrahundra åttio.
Photographer Kristina Alexanderson has made probably one of the coolest sets of photos ever. Called the “CClones 365-2011 Project,” it depicts Star Wars Stormtroopers and Clone Troopers as parents.
The Flickr set shows the Storm Troopers doing normal day-to-day activities with their kids. The first Storm Trooper toy Alexanderson used was her son’s action figure. After that, she bought others, as well as LEGO minifigs to use as children.
You can see some of Alexanderson’s pics that we like and a short Q&A with her after the break.
Possibly not groundbreaking news for a no-facts friday. There was a tally of sick hours taken in Sweden recently, and it was found that while men and women take equal …
If you’ve got a history of cancer and a baby on the way, there’s a good chance that your baby will experience a “birth abnormality.” This abnormality, according to …