We assume you’ve read this wonderful piece on healthy sexuality by Ferrett Steinmetz, “Dear Daughter: I Hope You Have Awesome Sex.” The overwhelming response to it provoked us to show you similar insights on modern dads and their relationships with their daughters.
After stumbling across destructive advice, licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Kelly Flanagan writes a letter to his daughter about what really matters in a relationship.
Aaron Gouveia looks at the “rules” some fathers are setting for their daughters and hopes they understand the meaning of the word irony.
With pop culture pushing the word sexy, Tom Burns tries to explain what it means to his first-grade daughter.
At five years old, Robert Duffer’s Spiderman-loving tomboy daughter is feeling the pressure to be more girly.
Dork Daddy imparts 20 bits of wisdom to his daughters as they grow up.
Jon Vaughn finally got life insurance. It wasn’t the inevitability of death that shook him; it was not being able to say his last words to his two daughters.
As Clay Brizendine anticipates the birth of his third daughter, he questions why society keeps expecting him to want a boy.
Nobel McIntyre spends a lot of time driving his daughters around. He’s not just teaching them how to drive, but how to love.
Researchers are asking fathers how they approach menstruation education with their sons and daughters.
Marcus Williams and Joanna Schroeder offer 25 insider tips to help build close bonds between daddies and their little girls.
Tom Burns, father of a princess-crazy little girl, suggests bedtime reading that will make both dad and daughter happy.
Check out our section, Daughters to Dads, featuring letters and articles written by adult daughters to their fathers.