New study reveals hands-on dads are teased at work Add to ... Featuring video from CTVNews.ca Published Friday, Jun. 21, 2013 9:30AM EDT Last updated Friday, Jun. 21, 2013 12:05PM EDT Rotman School of Management professor Jennifer Berdahl discusses study that reveals males who tale care of kids are teased at work Watch More Video: Daniel Radcliffe on 'cute' monsters and horrific hair extensions 'Tis the season: How to deck your halls like never before Meet the Winnipeg Zoo's precious new pair of polar bear cubs Why you should think twice before buying used winter tires and rims Which university grads command the highest salary these days? What to know about sugar addiction (yes, that's a real thing) You'll feel good eating this healthy Crunchy Winter Salad (and it's delicious) Update your wardrobe this holiday season with these fun pieces Ex-child star Mary-Kate Olsen weds New UBC study suggests most Facebook posts inspired by envy Record crowds turn out for Climate March in downtown Vancouver How jousting became a crowd favourite at the Regina Agribition Volunteers surprise Ontario family whose Christmas decorations were stolen Royals William and Kate release new photos of baby Charlotte Prince Harry unhorsed during polo game Elizabeth Olsen on 'Captain America: Civil War' Toronto Zoo's twin pandas growing fast One woman's story of finding out the truth about her adoption Wine Basics: Three glasses every wine drinker should own They're fast, agile and balanced. No, they're not athletes, they're waiters Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Memoir tells true stories of growing up with a gay dad Video: Sorry Dad, kids say you're the most embarrassing parent Video: Will the stigma for stay-at-home dads ever disappear?