Category Archives: Shared Parenting

…after divorce, is there such a thing?

Fatherlessness and same-sex parenting

Fatherlessness and same-sex parenting »Satinover told me that there is a myriad of evidence which makes it, as he put it, “crystal clear that the absence of a father in a child’s life is one of the most pathogenic features you could conceive of.  For the last 35 years [that is, since 1973 — F4L] there have been hundreds and hundreds of studies examining the long-term impact on children of being raised without fathers.  That’s because fatherlessness has become a phenomenon not primarily due to the gay movement, but due to the impact of heterosexual divorce and other forms of heterosexual misbehavior.”« OneNews.com 2008 06 17 Marcia Segelstein – OneNewsNow … Continue reading

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Training program for non-residential fathers

Someone intends to set up a training program for non-residential fathers. He asked for sponsorship, funding and potential funding, and for a donor, but he did not ask for money. James (not his real name) wrote: I just stumbled upon your website and I was wondering if your organization sponsored programs for fathers. I am currently taking a class at [an American University] entitled Teaching Family Life Education. We have to design a parenting class and find a funder for our program. I was wondering if our program was one you would fund? We are doing a Parenting Class for non-residential fathers on topics such as routine, social, educational and recreational … Continue reading

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The divorce industry and fatherlessness

To many people the term divorce industry means absolutely nothing. It does, however, mean something to two minor sectors of the population.  One of them is currently in a position of power to control social evolution. Activists and advocates for pro-family rights and pro-fathers-rights consider the terms divorce industry and fatherlessness to be strongly related. They feel that fatherlessness is tearing apart the fabric of our once-functioning society. They have reason to believe that the divorce industry causes fatherlessness, that is: the removal and the consequences of that removal of fathers from the lives of those fathers’ children. For feminists in non-governmental organizations and in government (whether elected or simply … Continue reading

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Taken into Custody – by Stephen Baskerville

Taken into Custody – by Stephen Baskerville  • A book that the feminists don’t dare to debate — Dr. Albert Mohler’s blog has a very favorable commentary on it. Stephen Baskerville’s book is a damning expose of the widespread corruption in the government-designed and -run divorce industry: a conglomerate of racketeering involving not only legislators, judges, prosecutors, social workers, police and bureaucrats but also a host of private-industry adjuncts to the government’s sector of the divorce industry, namely: child-support enforcement and similar agencies (in whom many politicians have a vested interest); psychologists; psychiatrists; mediators; lawyers; bar associations; law societies; universities; journalists; reporters and other interests in the media, and so … Continue reading

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The plight of divorced dads

Barbara Kay’s commentary on ‘The plight of divorced dads’ focuses on Canadian circumstances of divorce. Barbara Kay, National Post  Published: Saturday, December 08, 2007 No other topics I write about so consistently provoke passionate personal response as those dealing with systemic discrimination against men. When, for example, I point out double standards for boys and girls in the health care system, or expose the use of bogus statistics around domestic violence, my inbox fills with male gratitude simply for acknowledging an obvious fact: Our culture is profoundly misandric. Of the myriad forms of discrimination men cite, one looms over the rest: The egregious treatment meted out to fathers in the … Continue reading

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Request for help with excessive child support

Updated 2018 05 17 This concerns a request for help with excessive child support. We often receive help requests such as that by Lisa and George (not their real names) quoted here. To Whom it may concern, My husband and I met 10 years ago. He was briefly married to a women for 1 year and they had a baby boy. After $30,000 and 3 years later in court fees, my husband finally received joint legal custody. We have my stepson (now 11) on a one-week-on, one-week-off basis. The week that we have him we must still pay the ex wife $120.00 and she spends this on herself. (FYI, she … Continue reading

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Absent Dads: Divorced British Dads at a Disadvantage

The creation of absent dads — Quotes: In the vast majority of cases here, mothers receive residence, regardless of how involved the father was in the children’s lives before the parents separated. Government figures indicate that more than 90 % of the time mothers are awarded residence (custody) of the children. Since 90% of divorce cases never get to court, it is presumed 90% of fathers are satisfied. The fact is, most men know the odds are stacked against them, and don’t have the money or heart to go through a debilitating legal process they are sure to lose. There have even been cases where the courts acknowledged a man … Continue reading

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When motherhood gets you jail time

“When motherhood gets you jail time” (a Dec. 19, 2007 TIME story) and “Choosing jail over joint custody” (also a Dec. 19, 2007 TIME story) comprise a two-part series. The first of those stories was ranked this morning the most popular story, most-often e-mailed-by-readers-of-Time. Half an hour later, at 8:30 a.m., the rank for the story had dropped to 3rd place in the list, right after “Who Is Killing Mexico’s Musicians?” and “Spain’s Holiday Cry: Down With Santa!”. Given the high level of interest in the price to be paid for motherhood, it is important to note that “When motherhood gets you jail time” is a misnomer. Still, even though … Continue reading

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Fatherlessness, in the best interest of the child

Fatherlessness, in the best interest of the child is the topic of a web page containing a number of links that required correcting. The file name of one of the web pages containing that discussion had been changed some time ago. That web page seems to be an important read for anyone who believes that case-law can be used to reverse the evolution of case-law pertaining to the changing nature of the legal right to paternity that took place during the past 200 years or so. If you think that today’s fathers have a right to their children, that “in the best interest of the child” children have rights to … Continue reading

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Sweden: politically-correct vs. -incorrect dads rights

Ulf Andersson wrote: As the founder of and spokesman for PappaRättsGruppen (a Father Rights Group, http://www.dads-r.us.org) I supported one of my members and fellow fathers at a manifesto/demonstration outside the lower court of Växjö last Friday. In the newspaper Växjöbladet-Kronobergaren with only 3 000 subscribers (published in 30,000 copies on Friday, August 31st) you could read that a spokesperson for the foundation Pappa-Barn (Daddy-Child, http://www.pappa-barn.se) thinks that PappaRättsGruppen [Ulf Andersson’s organization – F4L] tends to focus on the dads – not on the children. “I get scared when I enter their website, they are pure woman haters,” says Kim Möller, spokesperson for Pappa-Barn. Kim is not impressed by PappaRättsGruppen and … Continue reading

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