Changing Roles of Fatherhood in Turkey: Pro Feminist Fathers This paper aims to reveal how pro feminist fathers construct their fatherhood during the process of construction of their masculinity in Turkey. It also tries to find out the impact of the roles of these fathers on socialization process of their children about gender equality. In Turkey, it is possible to talk about changing roles of fathers in comparison to traditional roles mainly represented by patricentric family structures after 1980s, especially with the impact of growing feminist movement. However, it is still argued that some traditional roles have a continuing effect on men’s construction of their identity and in their family relations. In this sense, the idea that pro feminist fathers who support gender equality and women’s movement, and who participate in childrearing process become crucial role models for “New Fatherhood” in Turkey will be discussed with the experience sharing of 22 men. It will be argued that even pro feminist fatherhood intersects with politically correct masculinity at some points and the change in practice is not easy for men.