More “working dads” are stepping up to the challenge of helping rear their children but greater dialogue is still needed to thresh out the issues that accompany the plight of fathers who wish to become more involved with their kids.
Category: Ask a Man
What kinds of homes Americans needed has always been a question without a simple answer—with many competing perspectives. The designs of our home not only allocates our belongings throughout the house, it structures the ways in which we interact with one another and the communities in which we live.
A grocery store on the Upper West Side of New York City recently opened a new aisle. It’s just for men, dubbed “the man aisle”–or, as the store prefers “The Man Isle.” The New York Post announced, “Get ready to stock up your man cave!” as the aisle challenges men to consume the right things.
Including white men in diversity training makes for a more inclusive workplace, a new study released by Catalyst this July 2012 finds. Find out how including white men transformed the mindset and behaviors of participants in as short as four months.
My boyrfriend and I are thinking of getting hitched. I run my own business and have managed to build up quite a substantial amount of money. I’ve also inherited a decent sum. My significant other has been very supportive of my work and I imagine that will continue. The problem is his own career prospects are flagging. My family thinks I should ask him to sign a pre-nup. I don’t want to upset him and am worried he’ll interpret it as a bad sign. What do you think I should do?
My boyfriend and I just moved in together and will be married this fall. I want to make sure that we start off our marriage on an equal footing. I already seem to be doing more of the housework than he does. My married friends say that most men “don’t want a mate, they want a maid.” Is that true?