Wanting your kid to not fall into the gender stereotype is as bad, to me, as wanting your kid to be exactly in line with the stereotype.
If girls get to wear whatever colors they want, then why can’t boys? It’s time to get pink’d.
We are beautiful human beings who refuse to be seen as racist objectifications conceptualized by a white racial framing.
When looking at the portrayal of masculinity in the media, should we laugh or should we cry?
If you dare to wear pink, we want to hear from you!
Any man can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad.
This dad found a whole host of lessons he hopes his kids learned from the decidedly “man enough” olympic divers.
A tapestry of painted turtles.
Their parents died when they were young; one was adopted, the other raised by their grandmother.
We’re determined to give them all of the tools they need to succeed. Not just the skills that social gender rules dictate.
Rewrite the script of the gender status quo.
The things that define us as men have their root in relationships—whether from youth or from now until the future.
Rob Ainbinder contemplates busy skies, repurposed gifts, and a grandfather’s influence.
As dads we fear we’re never good enough—but the kids always pick up on our better nature.
Emotions don’t need to be swallowed. Feelings don’t need to be stuffed away. I want them to always know there is strength in vulnerability.
Strong confident women raise strong confident boys.