A moving ode to men
Messenger Rising looks at Elizabeth Kübler-Ross’s 5 stages of grief for fathers who have undergone the shattering experience of being separated from their children.
For all the Fathers whose children have been taken from them and for all the children who’ve lost their Dads.
One for the dads who don’t see their kids…
Under both “patriarchal” and feminist cultures, the presumption of equal custody has never existed. Tom James examines the historical records.
The Canadian Association for Equality continues to face harassment from fascist thugs whose sole purpose is to protect fragile ladies from ideas they don’t want to hear.
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.
Overall, it appears the culture and our politicians are grudgingly admitting that fathers matter to children after all. But it’s nowhere near enough, says Ayami Tyndall.
Child psychologist Penelope Leach says sleepovers at dad’s ‘may damage brain’, Jack Visits a Prison to Get Confirmation from Violent Convicted Criminals
In this interview newly elected Canadian Liberal MPP Sophie Kiwala clearly states support for equal parenting, offers a moving Father’s Day message.
Pro-mother Ted Hsu talks about why he voted against the presumption of equal parenting after divorce.