Swedish Fathers Likely To Get 3 Months Paid Paternity Leave

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The Swedish government has submitted a new proposal to extend paid paternity leave for fathers from two to three months, about equal to the 14 weeks provided to mothers, while the U.S. remains last among OECD member countries in offering government-supported time off for new parents. What do you think?

“How are the babies supposed to bond with a nanny when the parents are around all the time?”

Georgia Bunch • Cardroom Attendant

“As long as the fathers are getting paid more than the mothers for their time off, I’m all for it.”

Sam Ledbetter • Dent Remover


“See? Men’s rights activists in this country need to make more noise.”

Rob McKinney • Icing Mixer