Is there anything about fatherhood that is gender-specific? In his new book, Father Figure: How to Be a Feminist Dad, the “urgent and intellectually rigorous” Jordan Shapiro used depth psychology and social theory to explain why the answer is “Not really.” More importantly, he details why supporting feminism does not correspond to disadvantaging men.
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- Follow Jordan on Twitter and Instagram
- Check out Jordan’s merch, and sign up for his cooking show
- Aaron Gouveia’s podcast appearance a the massive impact of Team Sam
- “Brother Husbands” of City Dads Group
- Intimacy, Commitment, and Outdoor Cooking
- Josh speaking at Dad 2.019 in San Antonio
- “Iron John,” by Robert Bly
- Michael Ian Black’s opening keynote at Dad 2.0 Digital
- Depth psychology and Jungian archetypes
- Distinguishing sex and gender
- Feminist theory: Who is bell hooks?
- Naomi Wolf calls vaccine passports “literally the end of human liberty in the West”
- Maureen Dowd’s “Are Men Necessary?“
- Jordan’s TEDx talk recommending tech guidance rather than tech restrictions
- Writing on the Wall: Social Media – the First 2,000 Years, by Tom Standage
- Q: Into the Storm on HBO
- How the former president steered supporters into unwitting donations
- Why Keurigs suck