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At 6 months of age, my baby has given me ample opportunity to experience how fathers are assumed to be incapable of parenting, by relatives, health professionals, and as I can read in this article, neuroscientists. The small gesture of recognition of the existence of a technical category of primary care provider which might be able to soothe a baby, pending more research of course, does not correct its bias.
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