Armour has gone under

There’s no question that moms deserve heaping praise for all they do as parents. However, running a six-month contest that ignores dads as equal parents? Well, that leaves a bad gender bias taste in our mouth.

Thisarmour3.jpg kind of exclusionary practice has no place in the parenting world.?Simply put it’s sexist, and it sends many poor messages to fathers:

  • You aren’t the lead parent; you’re only an assistant to mom, at best.
  • You don’t matter to Armour as customers.
  • You don’t shop, cook, or raise your kids.
  • You aren’t worthy of our praise.

Had this promotion been conducted as part of a Mother’s Day contest and then followed up with a comparable Father’s Day sweepstakes, we’d say – fantastic.

But instead Armour chooses the stereotypical, old-fashioned path that suggests moms handle the kids and everything in the kitchen. Dads – as they tell us all the time – are actively involved with their families and remain on an equal plane every bit as their spouses.?And awkwardly enough, even a dad can win this Great Moms Sweepstakes.

It’s time that Armour reconsiders its approach and makes things right. Now.