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: Pups hang ten at California's Surf Dog competition Why Korea's national dish, kimchi, is having an identity crisis 36 Hours on Martha's Vineyard: 'I hate to use the word utopia, but it is' A kiss, deferred: The true story of a fifth-grade romance interrupted by the Bosnian War Zoo keeper to raise baby sloth with the help of a teddy bear Hollywood stars put out video backing U.S. nuclear deal with Iran What does online shaming say about us? Ontario's ribfests are more popular than ever, and that means a lot of meat and barbecue sauce Camping in Ontario? Here's what you need to know about rattlesnakes PETA protests handbags from Hermes Could bioengineered rhino horn save this endangered species from poachers? Four white lion cubs born in Crimean zoo Salma Hayek attends LA premiere with her mother and daughter Colombiamoda fashion expo kicks off in Medellin Victoria's Secret angels land in Times Square Mexicans make giant, 65-metre sandwich "Demolition" with Jake Gyllenhaal to launch 40th Toronto film festival 'Bachelorette' stars want to be a 'normal couple' 36 Hours in Siem Reap: Wind down and relax in this laid-back Cambodian river town Boy who lost limbs gets double hand transplant 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?