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.
HERE IS THE AGENDA AS OF JUNE 17TH PER AN INVITATION SENT TO A PROMINENT NGO
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
SEE THE 23RD JUNE ARTICLE
Then one day before the event, Renuka says that the agenda has changed
SEE THE TELEGRAPH ARTICLE
At the event Renuka would not let the men speak until Naarabazi forced the issue.
READ WHAT HAPPENED AT THE EVENT
ANOTHER ARTICLE ON THE EVENT
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.
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.
READ STORY HERE
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.
READ FULL ARTICLE HERE
Posted in fatherless society, fathers, gender bias, state and family
Tagged child support, deadbeat dads, domestic violence, father's day, fatherhood, fatherlessness, kathleen parker, obama
In 2004, a public policy question was put to Massachusetts voters regarding shared parenting. Shared parenting is a rebuttable presumption that parents should have joint physical and legal custody of children, which may be rebutted by evidence that one parent is unfit (i.e., he or she is drug dependent, violent, absent, abusive, neglectful, etc.) or that it is not workable through no fault of one of the parents.
The public policy question was put on about 25 percent of all districts and garnered 87 percent public support. Because the number of districts was so high, its accuracy as a barometer of public sentiment is beyond all reasonable dispute.
However, two legislative cycles after the landmark 2004 public policy question, shared parenting did not become the law in Massachusetts. Gov. Deval Patrick has publically indicated his support for shared parenting, yet that has not prevented shared parenting legislation from twice dying. Given such overwhelming support by the Massachusetts voting public and the psychological community, why hasn’t shared parenting been passed into law?
feminist extremists and greedy trial lawyers is the ANSWER
READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE
Posted in activist movements, child custody, child rights, divorce, fathers, gender bias, legal articles, state and family
Tagged DEVAL PATRICK, EXTREMIST FEMINISTS, HOUSE BILL 1460, MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE, shared parenting
Child Says “I want Pappa”, Mommy Says “No Pappa”
CRISP the first shared parenting NGO in India organized a rally on father’s day which was a huge hit. Micky, The Lion King and Donald Duck had also attended the show. Around 100 people attended and children from the neighboring school joined after there school had closed; they will remember their father on the Father’s Day.
CHECK OUT THE PICS HERE
Posted in activist movements, child custody, child rights, fatherless society, fathers, state and family, Uncategorized
Tagged BANGALORE, CRISP, father's day rally, india, KUMAR JAHGIRDAR, SHARED PARENTING NGO
Welcome to the world of court-ordered supervised visitation, where thousands of fathers are considered guilty until proven innocent. Read this excellent report on the horrors of court ordered supervised child visitation. No wonder fathers commit suicides
READ ARTICLE HERE
Two judges of the AP high court denied a mom visitation rights because her daughter said that she did not want to see her mom’s face when she visited
let us not rejoice just because the dad was the winner here. The sad part is that the judiciary has once again asked a child to choose between her parents and not paid any heed to potential parental alienation
The right to a parent child relationship is a fundamental right that cannot be treated loosely. Hopefully newly formed NGO’s like CRISP will show the judiciary the correct path when it comes to making custody decisions
READ ARTICLE HERE