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Fearless She Wrote

He Fought for Paternity Leave. We All Won.

How one man’s fight for fathers’ rights did a service to women, too.

Photo by Steven Van Loy via Unsplash

Derek Rotondo is a new father. His company, JP Morgan Chase, gives 16 weeks paid leave to the primary caregiver after the birth of child. He was denied the leave. They assumed his wife would be the primary caregiver.




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Vanessa Torre

Vanessa Torre

Writer, editor, plant junkie, music fan, and host of 🎙 I Hadn’t Considered That, a podcast about perspectives. www.vanessatorre.com

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