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  • More fathers are protesting unequal treatment at work

    Boston Globe - 01/02/2018

    Men also sometimes get teased by male co-workers for being an involved parent, making it less socially acceptable for them to take time off to care for their children, said Jamie Ladge, a management and organizational development professor at Northeastern University.

    “We always say women are their own worst enemies, but I think men are their own worst enemies, as well,” said Ladge, whose upcoming book discusses the unequal treatment active male caregivers face.

    “It does come down to this attack on their masculinity.”

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