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Doug Emhoff joins his wife, Kamala Harris, for a get-out-the-vote rally Nov. 2 in Philadelphia. With Harris set to become vice president, Emhoff has said he will give up his career, for now, to serve as second gentleman. Michael Perez/AP hide caption

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Poised To Be America's 1st Second Gentleman, Doug Emhoff Shakes Up Gender Stereotypes

When his wife, Kamala Harris, is sworn in as vice president of the U.S., Emhoff will also be creating history. "I'm gonna support her," he said when once asked what he'd do if she were elected.

Doug Emhoff joins his wife, Kamala Harris, for a get-out-the-vote rally Nov. 2 in Philadelphia. With Harris set to become vice president, Emhoff has said he will give up his career, for now, to serve as second gentleman. Michael Perez/AP hide caption

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Michael Perez/AP

Poised To Be America's 1st Second Gentleman, Doug Emhoff Shakes Up Gender Stereotypes

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