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Today, with more career opportunities than ever abailable to women, the stay-at-home dad trend is on the rise. Being the main caregiver to the children allows men the joy of participating in their children's day-to-day experiences. His mother's reaction was, "Are you serious?" While he was, in the end, given permission. 上記の英文の和訳をお願いします。 宜しくお願いします。

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今日では女性の就業機会が増加している一方で、専業主夫の割合が増加している。 子供たちの面倒を見ることを主要な任務とする男たちは、子どもたちの日々の経験に参画できることが喜びなのである。 そんな男たちの母親の反応は、「あんた、マジなの?」 といったものだったのだが、ついには認めてもらっていた。

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