Following the news that dads feel "overly criticised", parenting columnist Beck Vass is calling bullsh*t.

You think we're making steps towards gender equality and then – boom!

One in five fathers say that criticism about their parenting makes them want to be less involved as a parent, a recent survey has revealed.

The CS Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health announced the findings after a group of fathers of children aged up to 13 revealed their perceptions of being criticised about their parenting style.

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Over half of the fathers said that they had been criticised about their parenting, with the most common source of criticism coming from the child's other parent. Photo / C.S. Mott Children's Hospital.
Over half of the fathers said that they had been criticised about their parenting, with the most common source of criticism coming from the child's other parent. Photo / C.S. Mott Children's Hospital.

Come on dads. That's a massive cop out.

So, someone passes comment on your

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