When we heard there'd be a piece on NBC's Today Show August 9th about Stay-At-Home Dads (WATCH), obviously it piqued our interest. Matt Lauer profiled a real SAHD and his 'alpha mom' wife, then interviewed the editor-in-chief of Marie Claire Magazine (who I swear is the spitting image of a smoking hot Helen Mirren) in which a feature article appears in the September issue that sites our show as "sidesplitting". Seems our show goes beyond dude humor titillating the fairer sex as well.
Thanks to Hilary Stout who penned the piece which can be read here.
"But across the country, their situation is becoming more common: In the recent recession, three men lost their jobs for every one woman that did, and as a result, this year, for the first time ever, women make up the majority of the workforce. Four in 10 mothers are now their households' primary breadwinners, and an estimated 143,000 unemployed fathers of children under 15 are caring for the kids full time while their wives work. Athomedad.org lists 148 support groups around the country; MTV's atom.com lineup includes "Stay at Home Dad," a side-splitting Web show about an acerbic househusband; and confessional blogs abound, with names like Rebel Dad and Dudes on Diapers. Speaking of, Pampers — which in a recent survey found that 69 percent of fathers say they change diapers as much as their wives — has started targeting male consumers, hiring New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees as a spokesman."