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Why has the role of fathers changed?

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We seem to have gone down this path of evolving roles. As long-term committed relationships have become more of an option than the rule, one of the most basic need of many men as fathers has eroded. And the need is respect.

Now in many cases it has been given away freely. Men will lay with women, have unprotected sex, and just willingly relinquish their responsibility and privilege of being a dad. Even in cases where men are willing to be there, single and divorced moms, in many cases have the security of knowing that the courts systems are on their side, whether they are right, wrong or indifferent about the outcomes.

As we are revealing in the success of Kevin Durant winning the MVP and calling his momma the "MVP" and all of these talented young brothers drafted this week in the NFL draft, thanking their mommas, what is the role of "Pops"? This week we will have ESPN's Keith Reed and Owner of the DC Breeze, Minister and youth football coach & advocate, Aaron Foreman on our show to talk about the importance of men in the lives of our children.

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