Men have an important role to play in reaching equality, and everyone benefits when they do. Children with involved fathers are happier, healthier, and more successful. Couples who share responsibilities have stronger marriages. Diverse teams and companies produce better results. Leaning in is not just the right thing to do—it’s the smart thing to do.
There’s simply no substitute for hands-on fathering. Help your kids with their homework, read books with them, talk about their daily experiences and dreams. You don’t have to be perfect—you just have to show up, teach, and play.How to be
an All-Star Dad See Gordon’s Story
Women—including those who work full time—still do a majority of housework and childcare. Approach your marriage as a true partner. Make decisions as a team and take on your share of household duties.How to be
a 50/50 Partner See Chris’s Story
Women face an uneven playing field at work. We often underestimate their performance and dislike them when they take the lead. Help level the playing field by pointing out gender bias and advocating for your female coworkers.How to be
a Workplace MVP See Becky’s Story
Give your female friends and family members the encouragement and support they need to go for it—and do your part to shatter gender stereotypes and point out inequality when you see it.How to be
a Stand-Up Guy See Draymond’s Story
Miami Heat center Chris Bosh shares how he and wife Adrienne built an equal partnership grounded in supporting each other’s careers.
Reflecting on the influence of his mother on the man he is today, Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green explains why gender equality is so important.
San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon celebrates the coach who supported her along the way to making history as the first woman to coach full-time in the NBA.
Father to a new baby, Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward describes his family’s routine and why he’s so active in his daughter’s life.