Nicky's Story, as Told by His Mom: What are We Teaching Our Sons?
Excerpted from The Future of Men: Masculinity in the Twenty-First Century, by Jack Myers
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We were standing in line for the antique car ride at Storybook World when it happened.
Let me set the scene for you: my son and daughter had just declared a truce in their squabble over who was going to get to "drive" and had joined forces in trying to guess whether we'd get a red, blue, or yellow car based on the order of the cars on the track and our place in line.
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