Category Archives: Marriage

Nebraska CS rules and parenting or FR organizations

Updated 2019 01 30: Added links to related articles. This morning I had a call from a second wife in Nebraska (married for ten years, with a husband who has to pay child support for a 12-year-old daughter from a previous marriage). The woman told me that she is trying to find help with putting an end to frequent and escalating demands for child support increases for that 12-year-old daughter from a previous marriage of her husband. She stated that she has two children of their own with her husband and that it seems to her that she, her husband and her husband’s two youngest children have second-class status in … Continue reading

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How feminism causes unhappiness, misery

Updated 2018 12 21: Repaired broken link to Library of Congress (B.V. Hubbard, 1915) It seems to me that many men who are presently unhappy for a variety of reasons have only vague notions that some of their unhappiness at work, at home or in the courts, is caused by discrimination and anti-male sexism fostered by feminism. In essence, the reason for their dissatisfaction is that, throughout the world, feminism causes unhappiness. Modern feminism came about to make women happy.  It gained much popularity and support on account of that premise.  For much of the ten-thousand years of the existence of civilization (and probably for much longer before that), mankind’s … Continue reading

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