Devoted Dads Struggle With 'Masculine Mystique' At Work

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"There's still pressure at work to be the 1950s working dad, and pressure at home to be the father of 2013," explains Jennifer Berdahl, associate professor at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management.

Call it the new "masculine mystique." Just in time for Father's Day, Berdahl completed a study that points to a uncomfortable reality for many dads: Devoted fathers who spend a lot of time caregiving feel ridiculed by co-workers for not being man enough.