The Rock Father finds himself embroiled in overinflated backlash between consumers and the marketers who love us
Mainstream media calls it a down year for dads, despite all evidence to the contrary
“It’s refreshing to see these guys take the public perception of parents into their own hands.”
Don’t call him Mr. Mom… Al Watts is an At-Home Dad. And don’t you forget it.
Jay Palter insists that society’s attitude to what has traditionally been considered “women’s work” isn’t changing as fast as individuals and the economy are.
All Jim Higley wants is for Huggies to portray dads as they are. Not to canonize them, but to simply portray dads as men who love their kids and who are comfortable digging in with the daily work of parenting.