As a new boyfriend, you'd rather get your skull drilled than meet your date's old man for the first time, yet meet him you did.You'd throw your shoulders back and wipe your clammy paw against your sweater in anticipation of his too-firm handshake.
In an interview with Yahoo Shine, Kristine says her Dad completely agrees with the message.
“He’s very supportive of me and the decisions I make for myself; he cares so much about me and my passion for feminism,” she said.
How honest should we be with our children when that honesty fosters new fears?
Dawson doesn't claim to have the answers, but watching him wrestle with the questions is more satisfying anyway." —Dan Kois, , Mike Dawson uses visual storytelling to offer original, compelling, and funny commentary on fatherhood, gun rights, the gender of toys, and staying sane in a world where school shootings and Disney princesses get equal billing.
The comics are unique in their willingness to interrogate many of the tricky issues around modern family life: How responsible can a parent be for his children's safety?
How much can a feminist father do to change the way others treat his daughter and son?
Interestingly enough, I came across a photo of a proud feminist father’s “rules for dating my daughter” that makes me think into the future. Her body, her rules Feminist Father” His daughter, 20-year-old Kristine, bought him the T-shirt for Father’s Day, and posted the picture on her blog.
But every now and then, someone reminds us about having to ward off the boys.
In most cases, it was like shaking hands with a smiling canned ham. The more impressive the girl, the worse her father. I mean, aren't parents the most indecipherable of all human beings?
If your date was Goldilocks, her dad looked like Shrek, big, green and warty. "Of course, that's not exactly what her father meant.
is an owner's manual for anyone who once had cute little girls and now has teenage daughters and is trying to figure out what happened.