Men are simply not as emotionally equipped or nurturing as women are naturally. Anyone saying otherwise is retarded or an extreme feminist.
Then everyone who claims that fathers should be treated equally with mothers at family courts during cases concerning parental rights and should be getting kids after divorce is also either "retarded" or "extreme feminist".
Btw, in my opinion boys could be raised in such a way as to be more empathic, better developed emotionally and more nurturing. It would only benefit their future kids. Fathers are as important as mothers for children's development, maybe even more important for daughters than for sons. Many of the men from my father's generation are too cold, emotionally distant, bottled up, not involved in children's lives, indifferent, lazy with kids. Such parenting (or rather lack of it) hurts kids. It defenitely hurt me, especially as a girl and later as a grown woman. I remember how envious I was when I was watching American movies with fathers being close with their daughters, playing with them, spending time with them, supporting them, caring. That's a big boost to a girl's confidence, etc. I simply felt unloved by my father. Would you like your kids to feel that way?
I am surprised I turned out as well as I did.
I could say the same about myself... lol