When it comes to rejecting gender role expectations, we've made a lot of progress in recent years. However, there still seems to be an awful stigma associated with being a stay-at-home dad.
In fact, a Pew Research Center 2013 study found that while 51 percent of survey responders believe children are better off having a stay-at-home mom, a measly eight percent believed the same was true of dads. We can do so much better than that.
To gain a better understanding of what it's really like to be a stay-at-home dad and deal with the stigmas associated, we compiled a list of confessions from several. These stay-at-home fathers used the Whisper app, an anonymous platform that allows users to post thoughts and experiences.