Category Archives: Men and Women Work

“Women’s work is never done,” and men’s work is not recognized.

Being entitled: You are entitled, wrote an Indian agitator

Update 2018 08 23: Added links to related articles Being entitled: You are entitled, wrote an Indian agitator, and stated, “Apology to a white supremacist like you? You are not only deluded but entitled too. Well, they go hand in hand.” I guess that merely being of European descent, Caucasian, makes me a white supremacist.  I confess, I had provoked the man, by writing just prior to that, after he had asked me for a favour, I am still a bit too tired, recuperating from the baseless insults I received, and tired of waiting for a heart-felt apology. After what you had called me, in public… “Dear Walter”, on a one-to-one … Continue reading

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Man-made, Men deserve gratitude, not vilification.

Updated 2019 04 22, to add links to related articles. Just look around you. Everything, starting from the keyboard and the screen on your PC (or your I-Phone) to as far as your eye can see — man-made.  Everything you see that did not grow by the grace of God or Mother Nature was designed and made with tools designed and made from materials mined, transformed, manufactured, even transported to where it was manufactured and is being used — man-made, by men. It’s a good thing that amongst all of those things we built and that everyone uses, there are also so many other things that uplift the mind, such … Continue reading

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Men’s Issues – Justice for Men

Updated 2019 04 24, to add links to related articles. This video on men’s issues and justice for men hits the target. Watch it, learn from it and don’t forget to bookmark it.   It is difficult to find a better introduction to men’s issues. From the introduction to the YouTube video: “…Societal forces like chivalry, misandry and the onerous male sex role of provide and protect have been having the unfortunate consequence of obscuring the needs of men. This short video will give you an introductory glimpse of some men’s issues.” Men’s Issues Published on Aug 12, 2008 What are men’s issues? Watch this short flash video to get a … Continue reading

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My wife was sweet and demure

Updated 2019 04 26, to add links to related articles. Mail Online My wife was sweet and demure – then the fashion industry made her a monster By Zoe Brennan Last updated at 11:48 AM on 17th April 2011 Full story (2019 04 26: The article is no longer accessible, unless you are subscribed and logged in) Quotes from the article, with comments by Dads&Things: ‘When I met my wife, she was sweet and demure. I believe she’s become egotistical and self-centred. The fashion world has turned her into something of a monster.’ If I read this right, she was already a model, when she decided to have him for a … Continue reading

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Marx …to each according to his needs

Update 2018 04 01: (to add an excerpt from Schiller’s Song of the Bell) Update 2018 09 05: Added links to related articles From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs. — Karl Marx This posting relates to a discussion of the principles of the Manifesto of the Communist Party, a.k.a. The Communist Manifesto. During the last week there has been a large drop in the number of visits brought to Fathers for Life through website searches via google.com.  During the week preceding last week there were 8,905 visits as a result of Google searches.  This week there were only 5,618 visits from google.com, a drop … Continue reading

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The Magic Washing Machine – men behind the curtain

Last updated 2018 10 19 Today I ran across a short video that no one should miss watching, a video about the magic washing machine. Hans Rosling and the magic washing machine By Gapminder, featuring Prof. Hans Rosling “What was the greatest invention of the industrial revolution? Hans Rosling makes the case for the washing machine. With newly designed graphics from Gapminder, Rosling shows us the magic that pops up when economic growth and electricity turn a boring wash day into an intellectual day of reading.” — Gapminder Watch the video (nine minutes).  It is a fascinating and spell-binding presentation, as all of Hans Rosling’s presentations are, but this one … Continue reading

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Is the men’s movement missing the boat?

Updated 2019 04 26, to add links to related articles. What is the men’s movement (MM) trying to achieve?  That is a bit hard for anyone to determine.  It seems that after decades of the existence of the men’s movement, no unified aim or objective emerged.  There is nothing the main stream media (MSM) has picked up and consistently presents to the public as the major goal of the men’s movement. The MSM had no trouble picking up and popularizing women’s causes when the long-simmering radical feminism came to the fore in he 1960s and became the dominant and controlling force not only of feminism but of politics.  Then it … Continue reading

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Demise of the Family Wage

Updated 2019 04 26. to add links to related articles. When discussing the demise of the family wage, there are few people today who know what the family wage was. Three decades before ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), President Kennedy recognized the need for an amendment to the Social Security Act. He suggested improvements to benefits–including benefits for the disabled–in February 1961. His argument was persuasive, and he succeeded in signing the amendments on June 30, 1961. At the signing, Kennedy called the changes “an additional step toward eliminating many of the hardships resulting from old age, disability or the death of the family wage-earner.” From Call to Action — … Continue reading

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Feminist Propaganda Debunked

Feminist propaganda debunked — A fathers rights activist wrote to me about the feminists having discovered a meeting of 160 FR activists in Switzerland.  The FR activist had become concerned about the feminist propaganda talking points carted out in her critique of the FRA conference by feminist author Suswati Basu, who derogated the aims of the conference: Fifty or more years ago, women were oppressed; Before women obtained the vote, they were voiceless ‘second-class’ citizens; Women get paid, on average, [insert number of your choice]% less than men; Women are the victims of male violence, and Feminists do not want to eradicate men and male power, and bring about female supremacism. … Continue reading

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Remembrance : The status of men

Remembrance : The status of men — Today is Remembrance Day in Canada, a day to pay tribute to our fallen heroes and the sacrifices men make in war. Well, at least that is the way it used to be.  Today we are more politically correct and create, rightfully so, also compassion for fallen men’s (and a handful of fallen women’s) surviving loved ones and families. This morning, a bit rushed for time, because I had to go to the Remembrance Day ceremonies in honour of Canada’s fallen heroes, victims of the wars required to preserve Canada’s freedom in two world wars, but also almost forgotten ones, the Boor War, the … Continue reading

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