http://www.citydadsgroup.com is "a dynamic and diverse community of fathers navigating parenthood together and a national organization dedicated to helping fathers socialize and support one another."
http://www.nycdadsgroup.com is "a loud voice in redefining what it means to be a 'good dad' in the 21st Century."
http://athomedad.org "provides support, education and advocacy for fathers who are the primary caregivers of their children."
http://www.heforshe.org/en (He For She) is an organization all about men accepting their role as feminists. he for she
http://men-care.org/ (Men Care) is an organization that is about "inspiring men around the world to become more involved fathers and more invested partners."
http://wearethe15percent.com is "a crowd-sourced collection of portraits of American interracial families and marriages, inspired by a Cheerios ad."
http://www.amightygirl.com is a great site that "contains the world's largest collection of books, toys, and movies for smart, confident, and courageous girls."
http://www.acrossthemargin.com - "Simply put, Across the Margin is an online magazine. One that aims to prove that long-form content still has a place, and can thrive online."
http://www.timeout.com/new-york-kids is a helpful source for events for children in the NYC area.
http://www.foodlovesbeermagazine.com because I want to plug my parents' website!
http://www.raisingsienna.com is my friend, Lorne Jaffe's fantastic blog. It is certainly a must read as his work continues to inspire me.
http://thejasongreene.com is one of my favorite dad bloggers. He talks about a wide variety of topics, and his daughter is a fan of basketball. :)