The perception that family law is unfair to fathers is not exactly true. ...I posted about the Patric case, as he is the Lost Boys actor who lost rights over a test tube baby. He is not a great example of fathers rights.
“There’s a real perception—even women share it—that courts are unfair to fathers,” says Ira Ellman, a custody expert at Arizona State University. But in fact the great revolution in family court over the past 40 years or so has been the movement away from the presumption that mothers should be the main, or even sole, caretakers for their children. Individual cases like Patric’s may raise novel legal issues, but on the whole, courts are fair to men, particularly men who can afford a decent lawyer. ...
According to one of the most thorough surveys of child custody outcomes, which looked at Wisconsin between 1996 and 2007, the percentage of divorce cases in which the mother got sole custody dropped from 60.4 to 45.7 percent while the percentage of equal shared custody cases, in just that decade, doubled from 15.8 to 30.5.
A better example is that moms are still getting sole child custody 45% of the time.
I have posted on Hanna "End of Men" Rosin before. She is a typical Jewish feminist social justice warrior (SJW) that dominates sites like Slate.
I hope someone is keeping track of these man-haters. One suggestion is to embarrass the UVa rape hoax promoters:
Roosh lists 15 people who used the UVA article to push a false narrativeWe should also keep track of those who promoted riots in Ferguson Missouri, like President Barack Obama and his supporters.
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