Being more of a father makes him less a man?

November 30, 2007 9:09pm CST
when dads begun to do things like moms do: feeding and changing diaper of the baby, attending ballet-recital, participate in little-girl tea party, etc. there are some who questions their masculinity. does being more of a father makes him less a man?
2 responses
@lilaclady (28227)
• Australia
1 Dec 07
I don't think it does, I think it brings the softer side out and maybe this is just what men need, I feel it would make them more understanding, I think it is lovely...
• Philippines
1 Dec 07
yeah, i also think so. i have more respect to men who's doing the stuffs like women do, especially in parenting. seeing a father walking down the streets with his kids is admirable. cheers to all the loving fathers on earth! :)
• Philippines
2 Dec 07
I love to hear a father caring for his children. This is what St. Joseph did to Lord Jesus! He is close to his foster child. The child close to his father respects his family. He turns to become responsible child, afraid to give worries for the family. A father caring for his kids is a loving father worthy to give praises and appreciations.