Researcher: Traditional dads more likely to raise 'girlie girls'
from Calgary Herald
Dads who avoid washing the dishes and doing the laundry at home tend to raise "girlie girls," daughters who prefer dolls and aspire to be housewives, new research reveals. Daughters are more likely to believe they can grow up to work outside the home if their fathers have egalitarian attitudes about child care, cooking and cleaning the house and actually take on those jobs, said University of B.C. psychologist Toni Schmader.
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