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Dance like your dad’s not watching

Although some men long to have a son to carry on their family name (and their male-pattern baldness), I’ve always felt lucky to have three daughters.
Having girls is more interesting for me since I’ve been doing the whole boy thing for almost 50 years - and not all that well. Also, when the girls were very young, my patriarchal, narrow-minded, predisposed, non-pc, androcentric (I got that one from the thesaurus) expectations told me that, with daughters, I might be able to avoid spending every Saturday for a decade watching my children play sports.
I know it seems un-American ...


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