Why the snark towards a magazine that focuses on a little explored topic in the media: Intelligent, educated, philosophical men that happen to be dads?
You would think that a counter archetype to the "Al Bundy" trope of fatherhood would be a breathe of fresh air.
Perhaps the introduction of a men's magazine that does not include a near naked woman on the cover, or a sexualized weapon or gadget representing "manliness," offers the opportunity to build common ground to start a very real conversation about the role of men in society.
Cynicism and snobbishness does much to direct or destroy a conversation, when in this case a hopeful curiosity would be more powerful.
You must be very proud of your education and privileged point of view to be arbiter of acceptable fatherhood and dad fashion.
Thanks for the discovery. I am sharing a direct link to the Kindling website to all my parent friends as you added little to the conversation.
I do not consider your peculiar brand of sexism, and lifestyle bigotry to be worth sharing.
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