Thinking About the Power of Touch

My former wife sent me an article about why men demand sex so often, but the article was about something much deeper and more important. Touch. Mark Green, author of Remaking Manhood and editor of The Good Men Project (where the [...]

In Dad’s Own Words: Dave Duncan

Many people marry in their 40s—but not many for the first time. I did. Of course being married at the tender age of 44 (and only two months shy of 45) was not earth shattering. [...]

My Father, Elie Wiesel

Tablet, an online magazine about Jewish life and culture, published a piece today by Elisha Wiesel, the son of Elie Wiesel, noted author and a survivor of the Holocaust. Elisha writes about fathers and sons, [...]

New Fatherhood Research Study Released

Just in time for Father's Day, MenCare, a global campaign to promote men's and boys' involvement as equitable, non-violent caregivers, has released State of the World's Fathers: Time for Action 2017. In addition to its [...]

Happy Mother’s Day!

Here at Today's Dad, we think a father and a dad are two different things. What we mean is, all it takes to be a father is to have a child. But showing up for [...]