The court system is biased when it comes to child custody. In Canada, 79.3 percent of children are exclusively under a mother only custody situation. Men have to fight tooth and nail to be able to see their children, sometimes spending 1000s of dollars because of selfish women who want to be vindictive. Hell has no fury like a woman spurned so some women will do anything to prevent fathers from seeing their kids as the final insult to her ex-husband or lover.
Child custody may be one of the reasons so many men probably end up committing suicide, which is almost four times higher than women in western countries. If you have no chance to see your children, I can see a man putting a bullet in his brain, because he has lost all hope in seeing his children. I would hate to live under that situation. But with the push of men’s rights things are changing. In Canada, 12.8 percent of child custody situations, is shared physical custody. And as a result, feminists are pissed again.
In this article, mothers who have 50/50 custody are complaining that the kids are going to their fathers for some of the time, saying they do not know how to live, because their kids are not with them, even if the kids are only gone for the weekend. They don’t know how to act. The article never looks at the other side of the coin at all. No fathers were ever interviewed. Their perspectives are completely ignored, because of the wiminz are complaining again.
That is what first struck me about this article. Nothing from a man’s perspective, how he is so thankful for actually having time spent with his children. This women-centric attitude is devastating men in so many different ways when it comes to parental rights for men in the world. Women are almost always chosen for sole custody almost everywhere in the first world, and fathers have to fight just to see their children.
Now, let’s look at some of the blatant sexism found in this article, shall we?
Every mother lives for those small, joyful moments when her child masters something new – a book once too challenging, the telling of a joke previously stumbled over, a food devoured that had formerly been rejected.
For it’s in the gentle minutiae of a little one’s life that you really see their budding personality grow.
Do you see how this is completely exclusionary? What about fathers missing seeing those things. Do fathers never have pride seeing their children doing those things. Imagine the over 80% of fathers who never see many of these firsts, because the children’s mother never allows them to see their children to see their fathers.
I lived in a single mother household, and my only father figure was my grandfather, who was gone 6 months of the year because he went to Florida with his wife every September. I have seen the characteristics of a child growing up without a father, and I recognise many personality flaws of mine that correspond to not having a father. That is why I am going to be with my fiancé no matter what. When we have kids, like @BrownBear, I am going to make sure they have a dad.
And check out how they use multi-media in this story. It’s showing a caring and loving mother, with her kids.
How dare those selfish fathers to ask for their kids for the weekend. She is literally suffering from being without her kids, leaving them with her police officer ex-husband. We should totally trample over his rights to see his kids because she has hurt feelings. I can’t imagine being a police officer is an easy job, seeing his kids may be his one hope in life. I can make it through seeing the shit of humanity this week, I get to see my kids.
But that isn’t the story we should think about, she’s traumatised every weekend because she has to give their dad his right to see his kids and spend time with them. This story is so biased against men, it is ridiculous. The only pictures you see in the article, 6 of them, are all women. I show 5 of them. And of course, the blonde is featured the most. I think the photographer or photo editor had a bit of a crush.
Men are shit upon when it comes to fatherhood. We almost never have a chance to see our children because of biased court systems and angry women. If you don’t like being without your children, imagine how the father’s feelings for the amount of time they don’t get to see their kids. I say this is probably one of the major causes of male suicide being almost 4 times higher than women.
When I said I would go to Australia to see my father, he was excited, because he never thought he could see his children ever. It was a great vacation, and I will always remember it. I saw how my life could have been, compared to my life without him. It’s time for men to be honoured in this world because fathers are needed. Let this man who was raised in a single mother household shout this, I needed my father!
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