Under both “patriarchal” and feminist cultures, the presumption of equal custody has never existed. Tom James examines the historical records.
Guy Mann recently penned his observations on the tyrannical nature of Family Courts and their impact on fathers and children. Here we bring you the second and final part of his exposé.
After a lifetime of training in gynocentric etiquette, Jonathan Bornstein explains why he is coming out of the closet as a visible mens’ rights activist.
With Father’s Day upon us, Guy Mann has penned his observations on the nature of Family Courts and their impact on relationships between many fathers and children.
Three DUI’s in two years, car wrecks, suicide attempt, drug abuse… and she gets custody of the children.
An NCFM member tells his story of the unfortunately all-too-common practice of judicial bias that favors mothers even when they are unfit to parent.
Dan Perrins recently sounded a warning on the pages of AVfM that if lawyers, social workers, vindictive exes, or any other people lie about men in court, he would expose their lies. Which brings him to the behaviour of Brantford lawyer David Maltby.
For single dads receiving visits from their kids on limited occasions only, the leftover evidence from the visit becomes a special reminder – the unfinished drink on the table, the toy they were playing with in the garden, a dirty handprint on the wall, the indents in their pillows…. these are sacred keepsakes to be cherished until the next visit.
With the recent publication of my novel, Oh Hell, inspired by the suicide of Thomas Ball in June 2011, it seemed right to update an article that appeared here just over one year ago, entitled, Only one thing left…. (Oh Hell spoiler alert.) Shortly after Thomas James Ball’s death on June 15th, 2011, I read […]
Breaking Bad is arguably one of the greatest TV shows ever made. The scene where a father kidnaps his own child was one detail many followers might have overlooked, especially since its the exact opposite that occurs every single day.
As with many children separated from fathers by edict of corrupt courts, the Matty appeal has met with the same fate. Men’s Rights Edmonton brings news of the appeal, and their pledge to continue to fight.
My sister Kitty aged 7 is currently prevented from seeing myself and our dad. I will never stop looking for her and informing her what was done to us. Sooner or later, somebody will have to explain to her why her family were taken away from her for no reason. We love you Kitty. [Aimee Nicholls Portrait by Jennie Nystedt. All Copyright Fathers4Justice® 2012]
When human beings are brutalized in a society which lacks a legal framework for redress, a population will develop alternative forms of redress. Retributive violence is, in my opinion, a very bad option – to be avoided – but it is a probable outcome of the dysfunction and abrogation of legal and political redress of grievance.