Have you even looked into the concept of street harassment? Clayton Craddock has. And what he sees is both sexist and racist.
The assumption that real men pay child support is as outdated as a woman at home in the kitchen barefoot and pregnant; bringing her husband his slippers and newspaper after work every day. It’s 2013, not 1953! So says Clayton Craddock. We agree.
Breaking Bad is arguably one of the greatest TV shows ever made. The scene where a father kidnaps his own child was one detail many followers might have overlooked, especially since its the exact opposite that occurs every single day.
Clayton Craddock explains how fatherhood is far more than being a walking wallet. How motherhood is just as much about maintaining your children’s relationship to their dad as being a mom. And how the best father’s day gift a mother can give her children’s dad is letting him be a father.
Clayton Craddock takes on Hallmark’s “Father’s day cards for mom” line and how it promotes the dysfunctional belief that mothers and fathers are interchangeable, on the one day set aside to celebrate fatherhood. If we want fathers to value being fathers, we need to honor the unique skills they bring to parenthood and not imply fathers are an extraneous add-on to families.