Commission for Equality and Human Rights

Government 'Equalities' Office

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Monday, 21 December 2009

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Bob

She still does not mention men's rights at all and its about about the women and children.

"Depriving children of a father is selfish."

....sounds at first as though she might recognise men's rights but of course she only considers that no-dad families might be bad for the child.

...if it was found that men could be eliminated altogether from their children's lives and there was no harm done then that'd be no problem!

Jenny

Hi Bob,

She says that no-dad families might be bad for the child but that might just be to gain support. Saying something is unfair to men doesn't get much support so you portray someone else (child or woman) as the victim of the situation instead. The idea is that the solution to help these "victims" actually helps the true victims - men.

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