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Rad Dad Combining The Best Of The Award Winning Magazine Rad Dad And The Daddy Dialectic Blog, This Compilation Features The Best Essays Written For Fathers By A Multitude Of Dads From Different Walks Of Life Bestselling Authors, Writers, Musicians, And Others Collaborate On This Collection That Focuses On Some Of The Modern Complexities Of Fatherhood Touching On Topics Such As The Brutalities, Beauties, And Politics Of The Birth Experience The Challenges Of Parenting On An Equal Basis With Mothers The Tests Faced By Transgendered And Gay Fathers The Emotions Of Sperm Donation And Parental Confrontations With War, Violence, Racism, And Incarceration, This Anthology Leaves No Stone Unturned In The Discussion Of Being A Dad Contributors Include Steve Almond, Jack Amoureux, Mike Araujo, Mark Andersen, Jeff Chang, Ta Nehisi Coates, Jeff Conant, Jason Denzin, Cory Doctorow, Craig Elliott, Chip Gagnon, Keith Hennessy, David L Hoyt, Simon Knapus, Ian MacKaye, Tomas Moniz, Zappa Montag, Raj Patel, Jeremy Adam Smith, Jason Sperber, Burke Stansbury, Shawn Taylor, Tata, Jeff West, And Mark Whiteley.


10 thoughts on “Rad Dad

  1. says:

    Reading this book made me realize that raising my daughter or son is going to be the ultimate test of my feminism, that fatherhood can be and is a political act While I know I can t control who my children will grow up to be nor how just the world can be , I can show them how important it is that they fight for a better world and a better self.As a man and a feminist, I ve come to understand my role in making that better world and that it is found in my day to day interactions with young Reading this book made me realize that raising my daughter or son is going to be the ultimate test of my feminism, tha...


  2. says:

    I had pretty high hopes for this book, as it claims to combine two things that I m really fascinated by masculinity studies and feminist parenting But the majority of the essays didn t live up to the promise of exploring how men can parent in ultimately revolutionary ways A lot were written by privileged anarchybros who didn t even begin to take a critical perspective, and I felt slightly to intensely annoyed through most of the book There wer...


  3. says:

    I bought this as a gift for a rad dad friend and I had to read it before I gave it to him This book is edited by the founder of Rad Dad zine, Tomas Moniz, and most of the dads who contributed to the book are or were activists in one way or another They write about the difficulty in raising children according to their non sexist, non racist, non homophobic, non violent, and non consumerist ideals Much of my exposure to parenting young children is through my extended family and it s refreshing I bought this as a gift for a rad dad friend and I had to read it before I gave it to him This book is edited by the founder of Rad Dad zine, Tomas Moniz, and most of the dads who contributed to the book are or were activists in one way or another The...


  4. says:

    2.5 Stars with scattered 4 star moments I love the subject matter this book tries to confront As my wife and I are beginning to think about starting a family, I want to hear from like minded souls who have been through this experience However, I d much rather read ain depth, fully formed book rather than this collection of blog entri...


  5. says:

    This is probably the best book on parenting that I ve yet to read It was in no way a how to guide It was a sharing of stories Stories that I canclosely relate to than those commonly found in the bulk of parenting lit...


  6. says:

    I finished this a few month s back but I do remember clearly that Tomas articles are the freshest of this collection His honest struggles and humor offer some clear wisdom is trying to raise children against the grain.


  7. says:

    Really dissappointed While there were some moments in this books that were fabuous, overall it was weak and shallow Not much of any analysis going on here Although it had real potential, and many of the short pieces could have easily been developed into something really meaningful.


  8. says:

    I read a couple of the essays and returned it to the library There was some good stuff but I couldn t get over my hatred for anthologized work.


  9. says:

    Um, probably the best book i ever read


  10. says:

    Rad Dad 2011 is an important anthology made up of the best contributions from the two editors projects, Tomas Moniz s Rad Dad Zine and Jeremy Smith s Daddy Dialectic blog I mostly liked the contributions, although there were still some issues with sexism and patriarchy in some of the pieces, even though the writers attempted to consciously challenge these same issues In other words, some of the pieces seemed overtly self righteous, especially because they did not engage with issues like c Rad Dad 2011 is an important anthology made up of the best contributions from the two editors projects, Tomas Moniz s Rad Dad Zine and Jeremy Smith s Daddy Dialectic blog I mostly liked the contributions, although there were still some issues with sexism and patriarchy in some of the pieces, even though the writers attempted to consciously challenge these same issues In other words, some of the pieces seemed overtly self righteous, especially because they did not engage with issues like class, gender, etc and how that impacts parenting and fathering choices, orlikely, how it restricts these choices Yet, I learned a lot, especially from the pieces written by a sper...


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