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Fighting for father’s rights
Fighting for father's rights

I agree with the concept

I agree with the concept, but ask that we not go off half-cocked.

I have another comment – no, a question to the community. Please bear with me – I need to know how is it that all I see around me are women’s groups (eg., victims, shelters, counseling, etc.) which are funded, or appear to be funded by, federal, state, city and/or county governmental agencies; yet, I see very, very, very few – if any resources available to dad’s/men.

I know this seems as if it has been beaten to death on or in this club but ————

In my heart and soul cannot understand and would like to ask the following:

  1. what makes it so hard for someone like us to set up a shelter for men?
  2. Everyone, other than men, use the “blanket” of discrimination to achieve their goals, purpose, etc. Can we not do the same?
  3. Can dads not find an advocate to help us at a state or federal level to do the same thing that NOW is doing? [only not so inhumanely and self-serving] Our goal is our children-not ourselves!

I have faith in these guys

I would do what i could from MN

Thanks to all the members of this club for your time reading ,or should i say, muddling through my questions.


Fighting for father's rights

When we measure what it is we stand to lose

When we measure what it is we stand to lose, we get lost in our direction (which is not a fault of a loving Dad). On one hand we get the token few moments of involvement with our children and the rest of time is a relentless, wrenching, pit of Hell. Those few moments are what most Fathers live for but if he steps out of line, those moments are immediately stolen from him. That is why a man is no longer free to be a man. Too few fathers are willing to risk those few moments to assure generations free from the tyranny of this socially engineered society. It is easily understood but very sad.

If we stand and accept being “Beatdead Daddies” we set examples for our own children which assures the dread of today existing throughout tomorrow. If a man stands to put a stop to the tyranny, he loses all possibility to be a part of his own children’s lives. This is the dilemma.

The time is near for this to be changed. The age of the first generation of the abused children is nearly their age of majority and the fathers who have endured will soon be free to fight with no fear of repercussion toward their young.

The 20 mil are not part of this group (yet) but as time goes by, more and more will be free to join. It is only a matter of time before men bring back the only successful model of society known to mankind, patriarchy. It will be leaders with experiences such as what they bring to the table that helps us all to be free.