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'''Rad Dad''' is a [[zine]] dealing with fathering from a feminist, anti-authoritarian, radical bent.  It was started by [Tomas Moniz] to try and break the silence between men about fathering.  It also challenges the traditional male role in childrearing being a distant disciplinarian and features contributions from different men on their fight to father in a different way.
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'''Rad Dad''' is a [[zine]] dealing with fathering from a feminist, anti-authoritarian, radical bent.  It was started by [[Tomas Moniz]] to try and break the silence between men about fathering.  It also challenges the traditional male role in childrearing being a distant disciplinarian and features contributions from different men on their fight to father in a different way.
  
 
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=Reviews=
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[[Ariel Gore]] of [[Hip Mama]] called Rad Dad "the best new zine of 2005," going on to say that "THIS ZINE ROCKS. It's the radical, anarchist, feminist zine by and for rad fathers we've been waiting for."[http://www.hipmama.com/node/15414]
 
[[Ariel Gore]] of [[Hip Mama]] called Rad Dad "the best new zine of 2005," going on to say that "THIS ZINE ROCKS. It's the radical, anarchist, feminist zine by and for rad fathers we've been waiting for."[http://www.hipmama.com/node/15414]
 
    
 
    
 
=Order Info=
 
 
Send three dollars and two stamps to get a copy of what ariel gore called the best zine of 2005
 
1636 fairview st berkeley ca 94703
 
  
 
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Revision as of 14:23, 26 March 2007

Rad Dad is a zine dealing with fathering from a feminist, anti-authoritarian, radical bent. It was started by Tomas Moniz to try and break the silence between men about fathering. It also challenges the traditional male role in childrearing being a distant disciplinarian and features contributions from different men on their fight to father in a different way.

Reviews

Ariel Gore of Hip Mama called Rad Dad "the best new zine of 2005," going on to say that "THIS ZINE ROCKS. It's the radical, anarchist, feminist zine by and for rad fathers we've been waiting for."[1]


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