This "Everyday Girl Dad" Proves, Yet Again, That Not All Heroes Wear Capes

You know the saying "not all heroes wear capes"? Well, Huffington Post blogger and creator of "Everyday Girl Dad," Mike Reynoldsis yet another reason why this statement is, indeed, true.

While being covered in tattoos of his two daughters' "masterpieces" definitely doesn't hurt his hero title, Reynolds' new line of shirts and sweatshirts, with quotes that combat gender stereotypes, solidifies his worthiness.

For sale on his site, these tops range from t-shirts reading "Strength Has No Gender" to sweatshirts sporting "My Role Models Are Women" and are available in both men's and women's sizes.

And, to add to the greatness, a portion of the profits from his sales will be donated to organizations fighting against violence against women.

"I want dads, and really, all men, to feel comfortable showing everyone that their version of masculinity is perfect ― that they aren’t less of a man because they don’t want to fight the people their daughters might choose to date," Reynolds told the Huffington Post. "I want people to show other men that words aren't 'just words.'"

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