Latte Papas: Sweden's hands on dads and the hormones of fatherhood | Curio

Latte Papas: Sweden's hands on dads and the hormones of fatherhood

17 mins | May 28, 2017

Men in Sweden get three months of paid paternity leave for each baby they have, allowing them to be more hands on as dads. Richard W Orange writing in Aeon Magazine tells us how Sweden’s hands-on dads represent an alternate male form forged by lowered testosterone and the potent hormones of attachment.

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From Aeon magazine