Mixed Martial Artist Phil Davis is by all accounts one of the best fighters alive, but the odds are stacked heavily against him in an upcoming bout. AVfM welcomes contributor Ty Henry, who has the story on the crushing fight ahead for an elite fighter about to enter an octagon of pain unlike any he’s ever faced.
As the headline says, the circus event of the Pauley Perrette vs Francis Shivers restraining order debacle continues. And it continues to further illustrate the problems endemic to a now dysfunctional system of family law that is quite simply out of control.
Even if you could care less about public fights between celebrities, Dr. T uses the Pauley Perrette-Francis Shivers debacle to teach a lesson about personality disorders, false accusations and why not to stick your dick in Crazy.
As politicians offer hollow apologies for policy driven harm against indigenous families, they don’t seem to be tending the same thing going on in their own back yards. Jim Muldoon takes a short look at a modern day hypocrisy to top all others.
French husbands (or men foolishly considering becoming husbands) should beware: men have no right to determine whether their children are really theirs or not–and can be severely punished for even trying to find out. Why are French men willing to marry at all?
Is Judge James A. Matish of the West Virginia Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Court stalling on a case that is imperiling the safety of two minor children? It appears that may be possible, as Dr. Tara J Palmatier reports.
From the ever maddening realm of family courts comes a continuation of the madness from Blueface, pointing to the fact that more than ever in those places, up is down and wrong is right.
Preparing for a divorce is always a tricky proposition. Patrice Stanton attended a seminar targeting men who are facing the battleground of misandric family courts, and brings some sound advice for the guys.
Last year Thomas James Ball stepped up to the front of a family courthouse, doused himself with gasoline, and self immolated in protest of the courts treatment of he and his children. The media, and thus society, scarcely batted an eye.
Determination of child custody during a divorce is allegedly based on what is in the best interest of the children. But what we have in respect to how those decisions are made is a legacy of thoughtlessness, negligence and fraud.
Having a court decree that you are unfit to be in the presence of your own children is a devastating blow, even for some people whose children may be better off without them. But it was a piece of cake and a bull ride for Tina Taylor Kirk.
Dr. Tara J Palmatier brings us the harrowing story of a decorated combat pilot who faced the horrors of war, to return home time and again, to a horror in our family courts, courtesy of of Judge Lori Jackson.
Gordon Smith’s legal nightmare is over. Tiffany Marie Smith, his false accuser, has been arrested and is behind bars at this hour. It would appear that this time, unlike others, that justice is being done for a man wrongly accused.
Chris Marshal is a father in Canada on a mission to get answers from family court judges who will not enforce court orders for him to see his son. Like many fathers, he gets punished for asking.
Looking at Australian family courts, including judge Altobelli’s ruling to ban children from a non-abusive father. Just how far will judges go to avoid protecting children from a female abuser.
Blueface returns with an analysis of what is happening on the ground in Australian family courts. The centerpiece is a case tried by Magistrate Altobelli, who enabled the alienating mother.
Lock all the doors and hide the children, John the Other has decided to become a soldier in the War on Women. John maps out his evil and highly sinister strategy for ultimate victory over the other sex.
AVfM welcomes new writer Tom Lynch, who gives us an overview of the unseen side of bullying; the social kind. The damage from it leaves invisible cuts on the hearts of millions. Lynch happens to know this from first hand experience.
I couldn’t look away from that moment between father and son, as precarious as water held in cupped hands, one stumble and it might be irretrievably spilt.