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The fact that "a new model of at-home fatherhood that puts a distinctly masculine stamp on child-rearing and home life" is emerging is nothing but a good thing in my opinion. There rarely is one "right" way to do something and exposing our children to different ways of parenting will only increase their ability to see that there are often multiple correct ways to approach something.

In addition to the benefits of self control, less risky behavior, and better grades, I believe this could potentially contribute to better diversity consciousness and the ability to see and appreciate multiple perspectives in children raised in homes where moms and dads play equal but different roles.

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