This article about a newspaper writer worrying whether he'll be as sexy as a movie star, a professional athlete, or a boy band member when he becomes a dad, reminds me of the joke about the guy who asks his doctor if he'll be able to play the piano after his operation: "Sure," the doctor says. "Great, because I couldn't play it before!"
Is this really progress, that the media's insecurity monetization machinery now targets men alongside women? You were apparently sexy enough to someone to have a kid, so maybe bank that and move on.
Are you a sexy dad? [theguardian.com]