A large new study finds that fathers are generally happier than childless men.
New research finds men reminded of the notion of fatherhood express less-hostile political views.
Men constantly over-estimate their performance in the areas of household work and childcare (and just about everything else too) because society congratulates them for doing these things at all.
South of the border, the combined forces of crowded housing, conservative fathers, and high school politics have produced extreme PDA.
Just 20 years ago, paternity leave was mostly scoffed at. But today, experts agree that when men take a greater role in caregiving, everyone benefits. So how do we get governments and businesses to rethink their policies?
A close look at a Pew Social Trends report.