Kudos for trying a Dad Ad but a revamp is needed to reflect REAL Dads

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George Rolph
9 years ago
Becuase I, like many thousands of others, am sick of advertisers and the media portraying men as idiots

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Adam Sheridan
9 years ago
This just hinders a father's role in raising his children. It makes mothers (and women in general) treat me like I'm someone special just for basic parenting and not look twice at a mother doing the exact same thing. It allows men to cop out of parenting duties rather than be treated like someone's mentally disabled uncle; the pitying "oh he means well" attitude makes me want to throw up.

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Edwin Iguina
9 years ago
I'm disgusted by this campaign. It's just another cheap shot and does nothing to empower men and recognize their roles in their children's lives.
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Nan Dodge
9 years ago
Dads are not idiots, and they are not merely sperm donors. They should not be portrayed as in any way inept.

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Katie Murphy
9 years ago
My husband is a stay at home dad and a wonderful father. I find these adds offensive and horribly out of touch with reality. Shame on you Huggies!

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Bridget Brooks
9 years ago
My three brothers have eight kids between them and they don't "babysit" their kids and they don't have any problems changing diapers. Who wrote this ad campaign?

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Doug Westerhaus
9 years ago
I am an at home dad and have raised 5 kids. I resent the stereotype and can only assume that management disrespects that segment of consumers who are the target of this negative ad campaign - DADS! You may still think it is funny when dads decide to buy Pampers instead. Management should listen more to consumers than to marketing geeks who think themselves clever.

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Andrew Hinds
9 years ago
I just want men to be included in media images of parenting without it being made into a big deal. In other words, I want it to reflect reality. It's not hilarious, or risky, or wacky when a dad changes a diaper or undertakes any other parenting task. Everyone seems to get this except for advertisers and editors of parenting magazines.

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Travis McBride
9 years ago
We fathers know how to get a baby to sleep and how to change a diaper. This ad campaign is lame. Quit depicting us as being unable to take care of our children.

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Laura Pryst
9 years ago
Stop being condescending to either/both genders. My husband, and most fathers I know can change a diaper with the best of them. Don't encourage doofus behavior, and don't insult those who work hard at their job as dad.