I was at the airport recently, shopping at the Hudson News News-stand for a few magazines for my flight. It was hard to not stare at the section of magazines titled “Women’s Interest (pictured).” Front and center were popular parenting magazines – Parents, Parenting, and Redbook among the Bridal Magazines. I realize that shelf space is at a premium at small newstands, but it’s not the point – aren’t parenting magazines men’s interests as well?
For the record, @Jasonfitch916 said he saw a similar display at Borders Books as well.
Now, I am not trying to whine and complain about this – I can accept it. However, I do like to bring topics like this into the open so we can move the conversation of involved parenthood (that includes fathers) forward a little bit.