Monthly Archives: January 2007

Is there censorship of sent comments pertaining to Erin Pizzey’s article in the Daily Mail?

Although I had sent a comment on Erin Pizzey’s article (How feminists tried to destroy the family, 22nd January 2007) to the Daily Mail a couple of days ago, the comment has not been posted yet at their website. Perhaps what I wrote does not match required standards; perhaps there is feminist censorship at work that prevents information on the total and absolute feminist censorship of Erin Pizzey’s book, “Prone to Violence”, to be published at the Daily Mail’s website. Here is what I had sent to the Daily Mail: When Erin Pizzey’s book, “Prone to Violence”, had first been published, the feminists so thoroughly censored it that by 1996 … Continue reading

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New Book Coming: “Taken Into Custody”

——– Original Message ——– Subject: [Mention] New Book Coming: “Taken Into Custody” Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 23:13:57 -0500 From: Stephen Baskerville Please forward this message to your lists. I recently signed a contract with a current affairs publisher for a book tentatively entitled Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family. This will be a major exposé on all facets of the divorce/custody machine — including child custody, constitutional rights, child support, domestic violence, child abuse, feminism, government fatherhood/marriage programs, and more. It will document the politics behind the machinery — the conflicts of interest, the corruption, the money, the extremist ideology — and demonstrate why … Continue reading

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Men and the Industrial Revolution

This blog post concerns an article, “The Industrial Revolution and the Plight of Men” and the complaint by a feminist that the article does not do enough to address concerns over the plight of women. MonKayGRL wrote: Dear fathers for life, i was doing some research for a term paper that i have to do for a class, when i stumbled upon your website. i was excited to read an article that didn’t have the same things to say as all the rest, until i got to the “pink quotes” where it was mentioned that its our “own fault” if we believe those quotes. there was one quote saying “women … Continue reading

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