The dark humor of a dad, fighting to see his children.
Lucian Vâlsan has started a series bringing real-life stories from the days of Communism into English. In his third episode, he brings a story of a young male university student who married a narcissistic woman and became the victim of paternity fraud.
For men burdened with excessive child support, there may be ways out from under the rock.
Under both “patriarchal” and feminist cultures, the presumption of equal custody has never existed. Tom James examines the historical records.
The problem in Australian family courts is the system that supports a mother’s vindictiveness over the rights of the child and the father’s right to be an equal part of their lives. Jasmine Newman looks at the case of Ben Williams.
Feminist lawyer argues that women should not face consequences for their choices, and men should face consequences forever because equality. #SeemsLegit
The Straight Shooter is trying to help a Detroit man. We encourage you to do so as well.
When fathers and children are ripped apart, the real trauma is that initial loss. Everything else is secondary, and those wounds are hard to heal.
As we see again and again, those who most often speak of the “best interests of the children” really don’t have the interests of the children in mind at all, but rather, the interests of their own personal careers.
Jasmin Newman discusses her experiences with anger in men and the place of compassion and empathy before judgment.
Falsely-accused Vladek Filler is clearly not a man to be trifled with. He’s continuing to stand up to a juggernaut and at every turn, when the dust has settled, it’s been Filler who remains standing.
She didn’t want a peaceful relationship, she wanted war. She even said that a relationship without blood on the ground wasn’t a real relationship at all.