“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.”
FATHERS HELP SONS STAY AWAY FROM GANGS
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.
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To succeed, any movement must have slogans that “say it all” to communicate an irrefutable message that everyone instantly understands.
Yesterday, F4J staged another great protest, scaling the home of British feminist minister “Ms.” Harriet Harmon, who has been actively destroying marriage and fatherhood in Britain.
For the protest, F4J unveiled the best slogan I have seen in years: “A Father Is For Life, Not Just Conception“. If that does not say it all, I don’t know what does.
READ DAVID USHER’S FULL ARTICLE HERE
BBC ARTICLE AND VIDEOS HERE
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Tagged DAVID USHER, F4J, feminism, HARRIER HARMAN, JOLLY STANESBY, MARK HARRIS, MATT CONNOR, RENUKA CHOWDHARY, TONY BLAIR