I found out about Brain, Child magazine in a comment on Rebel Dad. It looks very thoughtful and well-done, and hats off to anyone who actually launches a magazine successfully these days.
The latest issue has a long article on dads getting more involved in raising their kids, focusing on the stay-at-home-dad as the corollary to the stay-at-home-mom. Rebel Dad's none too pleased with some of the logic and the statistics, and the mom/wonk at Half Changed World asks the tough editorial question, "Why are there practically no SAHD accounts discussed in the piece?"
Everything I've seen of Brain, Child points to a conscientious and smart operation, so if there are shortcomings, they're not systemic (*cough* Parenting *cough*). Still, it seems like there's quite a ways to go before thinking about mothers involves thinking about fathers, too.