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Changing the nappies of other people’s children is something that few people, men or women, usually rush to do. And nappy changing is commonly viewed as a women’s task anyway so we shouldn’t worry if men do it or not. Or should we?
In this article, Bryan G. Nelson explains how he came to realise that nappy changing was something that men should, and can do – and how it benefits infants and toddlers for men not to be kept away.
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