We are at a unique moment in history -- when a woman’s body is affected, we say the choice is hers; but when a boy’s body is affected, we say the choice is not his -- the law requires our 18 year old sons to register for the draft, and therefore potential death-if-needed. - Warren Farrell

When only men could register to vote, we required Read more
It is ironic that a movement that made its Read more
A woman has no right to a unilateral choice that Read more
We would not think of allowing a man to determine Read more
Is a man’s body at stake? Any time a man is a Read more
Men are socialized to trust women until evidence Read more
Both parents’ rights must exist primarily to a Read more
A “shared choice” movement sees the fetus as the Read more
My first conflict with NOW erupted in the Read more
Feminists often discuss women having two jobs: Read more
Just as women needed the help of the law to enter Read more
I soon saw that feminists who supported the Read more
In brief, sending a father-deprived child into Read more
Men for whom divorce means walking out of their Read more
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The irony of primary parent laws is that on the Read more
When a dad admits he is wrong or asks for help Read more
In brief, she is the partner to what primarily he Read more
I could be a much better role model by sharing Read more
As feminism made this transition from equal Read more
Since no one is always right, always being right Read more
In brief, when a man fails as a wallet, we put Read more
When I see dads being most effective with Read more
Raising children was not designed for single Read more