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April 27, 2022

parental alienation

As it has done many times in the past, feminism means to turn a legitimate men’s issue into an illegitimate women’s issue. This time, it would reframe a devastating weapon that women all too often wield against men into yet another way in which *women* are the victims. It begins by discrediting a well-known and deeply established gender reality. According to the kids themselves, “Moms are almost five times as likely to badmouth dads as dads are moms.” [Farrell, Warren, Ph.D., Father and Child Reunion: How to Bring the Dads We Need to the Children We Love (New York: Penguin Putnam Inc., 2001) p.48.]

In theory, divorce law prohibits parental alienation. In practice . . .

“I called my ex-wife Thursday to see what time I could pick my daughter up for the weekend,” said Ben. “She laughed and hung up.” Robert nodded knowingly. “My wife took my kids to Florida in April,” he said. “I’m not even sure where they are.” “I know where my son is,” said Tom. “He lives with his mother not more than five minutes from my house. I haven’t had any time with him in almost a year. I took him to a ball game just after he turned seven. We had a great time. A couple of days later, my ex convinced a judge that the kid didn’t want to see me anymore. My lawyer and I have been to court I don’t know how many times trying to get a judge to let me see my son or at least talk to him. We keep getting turned down.” Tom’s voice cracked. “She’s teaching the kid to hate me,” he said. “And I don’t even know why.” [Leving, Jeffery M., Fathers’ Rights: Hard-hitting & Fair Advice for Every Father Involved in a Custody Dispute (New York: BasicBooks/A division of HarperCollins Publishers, 1997) pp.xiii-xiv.] If these feminists get their way, this devastating parental alienation will no longer be prohibited, won’t even be acknowledged to exist (except as a weapon used against women).

With supreme irony, the same feminists who managed to get Sexual Harassment legally defined as whatever a woman subjectively feels it to be, now go all “scientific” on us:

“Parental alienation has never been verified as scientifically proven, which demonstrates its dangerousness and the senselessness of its use in the courts. . . . The theory of parental alienation has proved to be a misogynistic procedural weapon over the years: “theoretically gender-neutral, it is clear to us that it’s very frequently used against women,” said Reem Alsalem, UN Special Rapporteur on violence against women.”

But what else can we expect of the data and conclusions drawn from all these “Females United for Making the World Perfect for Women and Girls (Men and Boys be damned)” organizations? Of course, the UN Commission on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) will come to a “men have the power and women are the victims” conclusion.

Accountability sans compassion for men; compassion sans accountability for women: it’s breathtaking to see how low feminism will stoop to further its agenda.

– Tim Goldich…/un-commission-on-the…/

national coalition for men


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