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- noun Plural form of
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Supporting the rights of "social moms" seems equivalent to supporting the rights of "social dads," also known as stepfathers, which would equate "social moms" to stepmothers.
One of Armstrong's many sleepover "stepfathers" owned a pistol.
Though her mother married two more times, she never connected with her stepfathers.
However, in this case Free Press has some extra motivation: In 2012 it expects to publish Mr. Skyhorse's memoir about growing up with five stepfathers.
I labored furiously over the divorce imagery, as well as bad fathers, bad stepfathers, and bad men in general, throughout the collection.
I've always viewed early pain as something not fully realized until the age of thirty, when it comes crashing down in a great heap, and the faces of cruel stepfathers, the guilt of groping in the dark, and the sad milk-smell of cafeterias appear in dreams once again, reminding you that they will always be by your side; silent, invisible comrades.
He was also a lovely, kind, and generous man, a role model for all stepfathers.
The report found that increasingly, different men – including grandfathers, uncles, stepfathers, foster fathers, older brothers, cousins and other men – play various fatherhood roles in children's lives.
In some, it might be adaptive for stepfathers to kill their stepchildren.
Stable masters normally are your surrogate fathers and now they are your surrogate stepfathers.
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