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Posts Tagged ‘ adoption ’

Birth Fathers + Adoptions: Inequality in Parental Rights

February 7, 2014
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NCFM NOTE: This article, published in the DC Bar, shows the history of paternity registers and their diabolical nature. Often overlooked in efforts to deny bio dads their children are health related issues related to heredity. It’s important for children to know what health risks they may inherit from their birth father. Of course, that’s...
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Posted in Adoption, Discrimination Against Men, Double Standard, Father's Rights, Parental Rights | 1 Comment »

NCFM Treasurer, Deborah Watkins, “REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS: A MORE COMPLETE EXAMINATION”

July 14, 2013
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REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS: A MORE COMPLETE EXAMINATION By Deborah Watkins NCFM Treasurer                  So often any discussion about reproductive choices as they affect both genders immediately goes straight to the abortion issue. The discussion then turns into a debate between pro-life and pro-choice ideologies, and completely bypasses the broad spectrum of issues which affect...
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Posted in Action, Activism, Child Abduction, Child Custody, Child Support, Children's' Rights, Choice, Contraception, Discrimination Against Males, Double Standard, Entitlements, Government Programs for Women, Paternity, Paternity Fraud, Paternity Wrongful | 4 Comments »

Baby Girl versus Adoptive Parents, Adoption Agency, and the New York Times… Baby Girl wins

April 17, 2013
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The April 15, 2013 New York Times op-ed A Wrenching Adoption Case reveals more about the gender leanings of the newspaper than it does the facts of the case, which the editors either ignored; or, buried. In brief, this case, Adoptive Parents v. Baby Girl, has to do with purported violations of the Indian...
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Posted in Adoption, Discrimination Against Males | 1 Comment »