As a fellow at-home Dad, this little piece of commentary particularly hit home with me. Especially this part:
At even the most liberal-minded playgroups I attend with my one-year-old son, the arrival of the only male adult is cause for raised eyebrows and dubious and doubtful glances. Even worse, though, is when I get a pat on the back and a "good for you!" as though I were an elementary school child who's just done something particularly clever.
Of course, this is exactly the sort of treatment that women have gotten in the workplace for decades. That patronizing pat on the back is really a kick in the teeth, make no mistake.
Read or listen to "Commentary: Stay-at-home Dads" by Matthew Broyles [publicbroadcasting.net]