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In brief, sending a father-deprived child into the world and assuming everything is okay because the dad provides money is like sending a drunken driver onto the highway and assuming everything is okay because the gas is paid for. It doesn’t mean that the drunken driver will not get to his or her destination. It just means that the risks are enormous. And the consequences of failure are forever. - Warren Farrell


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My first conflict with NOW erupted in the Read more
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I could be a much better role model by sharing Read more
Is a man’s body at stake? Any time a man is a Read more
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A woman has no right to a unilateral choice that Read more
Although our grammar schools are teaching a whole Read more
When only men could register to vote, we required Read more
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We are at a unique moment in history -- when a Read more
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Men are the Rosie-the-Riveters of parenting: Read more
When a government requires a man to support a Read more
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Dads in the family are even more important than Read more
A “shared choice” movement sees the fetus as the Read more
If we want our children to have a balance between Read more