A recent study revealed that fatherhood leads to a drop in manliness. No, seriously: The study compared when men were single to when they became fathers, and found parenting actually lowered a man's testosterone levels. 

So what does this mean about how today's man is evolving?  Does having kids make you "less" of a man?  Experts and local dads weigh in.  Are you a father?  How has your life changed since you've had kids?  Share your stories.

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GUESTS
Peter Gray, Asst Prof, Dept of Anthropology, UNLV
Lee Gettler, study's co-author, doctoral candidate and  anthropologist, Northwestern U
Jim Clinton, father of three and Pres, Clinton Consulting Las Vegas
Cameron Basquiat, father of two and Prof, Communications Dept, UNLV

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