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“They seemed like ideal infant-caregivers: calm, gentle, patient and sensitive. They didn’t seem like men you would go to battle with.”
An anthropologist introduced an article on brain changes in new fathers with the above. A dad posted his response in The biology of dads | Hacker News (ycombinator.com):
“my willingness to ‘go to battle’ for my family is far greater than my willingness to ‘go to battle’ for anything before having a family, and becoming a father has made me far more assertive, confident, and willing to take responsibility, which makes me more ‘masculine’.”
Other dads joined in.
What do you think?
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