- Child better raised as orphan than with single dad in India??
- Renuka is playing games with men’s rights
- Honor our Fathers: Sons and Gangs
- Dads and Daughters: The Unbreakable Bond
- Scotties have gone NUTS
- Obama’s incomplete plea on fatherhood
- HMA breaking more homes than uniting
- Why is it hard to get Shared Parenting Bills passed?
- Father’s Day Articles and Stories
- Child Says “I want Pappa”, Mommy Says “No Pappa”
- American coalition of fathers and children
- Bareacts from VakilNo1
- Canadian children’s rights council
- Centre for Children’s Justice
- Child Rights Information Network
- Dr. Warren Farrell
- False Allegations
- Fatherhood coalition
- Fathers and Families
- Fathers are Capable Too
- Gender Human Rights Society
- Global Missing
- Indian Kanoon
- Jeremy Morley
- Judicial Reforms India
- Justice for families
- Men’s Web
- OCI, US Department of State
- Open archive Judis India
- Parental Abduction is Child Abuse
- Parental Alienation Awareness
- Parents4protest UK
- Save Family Foundation
- Save Indian Family
- SIF Times
- Stephen Baskerville
- The Mens Center
- The True Equality Network
In a third world country where value of human beings, especially children is close to nil, wildlife officials deprive a minor girl of her father. Animal rights activists support jailed widower deprived of daughter, 6, for raising orphaned cub. Hypocritical India at its best!!
Feminists have always tried to draw men into their fold and Renuka is no exception. She recently organized a roundtable to achieve just this under the pretext of building partnerships with men to promote women’s empowerment and gender equality.
With the growing popularity of SIF and other organizations in India that have heightened the awareness around the misuse of gender biased laws like 498A and the DV act, the feminists have felt pressure to respond. On the 23rd of June, Renuka says that the agenda for the roundtable is to discuss misuse of laws by women
Then one day before the event, Renuka says that the agenda has changed
At the event Renuka would not let the men speak until Naarabazi forced the issue.
So I ask what the hell is Renuka upto? Well it is pretty clear, ain’t it? She never planned to discuss men’s rights and gender biased laws, did she? NO, all she wanted was to get it out in the media that the WCD was actively looking into the issue. Once that was achieved she backtracked. We need to get rid of incorrigible feminists whose attitude is “my way or the highway”. It is a shame that such folks can even hold prominent political positions in the world’s largest democracy.
“How about the young men in the gangs?
Do they have fathers living with them?”
“No way, man. None of them do.”
“So maybe fathers make a difference?” I suggested.
“Absolutely, man. Absolutely.”
“Why?” I probed. “What difference does a father make?”
“He’s always behind you, man, pushing you. Keeping you in line.”
Tiger Woods recently won the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines despite a painful injury, and there was a beautiful little scene afterwards. Tiger was walking while holding his little 1-year-old daughter Sam Alexis Woods in his arms. Given the media crush and his leg injury, he decided to hand the girl over to his wife Elin Nordegren. Once the girl was in mom’s arms she immediately turned back to dad and reached for him, and Tiger took her back. It was a touching scene that brings back wonderful memories for any dad.
The Sunday Times of London reports that large numbers of school children in Scotland were prohibited from making Father’s Day cards a couple weeks ago in this article.School officials claim they didn’t want to embarrass students who come from single mother and lesbian households.
kATHLEEN PARKER’S brilliant article highlights:
That America’s fathers need to embrace their most important role is no secret.
But neither are all absent by choice, as Obama’s message implied.
His plea to fathers came on Father’s Day, a time we usually reserve for praising good men.
We pause briefly to ponder the kind of response Obama might have received had he decided to criticize negligent moms on Mother’s Day. No one in his right mind would do such a thing, but we’re so accustomed to dissing dads that even a Father’s Day reprimand leaves America’s eyelashes unruffled.
Changing the system won’t be easy, but Obama is uniquely positioned to make a difference in the conversation. He should begin by saying that bringing fathers back into the family means ending the demonization of men and the culture’s trivialization of fatherhood.
That would be a change we could believe in.
“The Hindu Marriages Act has broken more homes than uniting,” a vacation Bench of Justices Arijit Pasayat and G S Singhvi observed.
The apex court regretted that the growing number of divorce cases in the country was having a disastrous effect on children of families which get broken in such a manner.
“Ego should get dissolved for the sake of the child,” the Bench remarked even as the separated parents tried to air their views.