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Why men are scared to take paternity leave

One would think that if given the paid time off to care for their newborns, men would take it. ||| New York - One would think that if given the paid time off to care for their newborns, men would take it. But even at the rarified companies that offer paternity or parental leave, new dads don't often take advantage of the benefit. Why not? Sure, there's the cultural stigma and the (legitimate) fear of losing out on job opportunities.
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