Infidelity, Cheating Wives – Women’s Infidelity

http://womensinfidelity.com/separation-women-why-women-separate.html The only place where you’ll find out the specific pattern women follow before divorcing their husbands       “After researching women’s sexuality for more than ten years, I can honestly say that many of our societal beliefs about females are grossly distorted and some are completely erroneous.”                                           –Michelle Langley, author […]

Parental Alienation Public Symposium – 14 Sept

Margaret Mc Gee

Posted on August 14, 2017 by Margaret Mc Gee When children reject parents whom they love As a consequence of parental conflict, children may reject a ‘good enough’ parent. Children who unreasonably reject a loved and loving parent are considered to have been alienated from a loving parent by the other parent. This scenario, referred to as parental alienation, can have […]

Another Successful UK Paternity Claim Outcome for a duped dad.

In September 2015 in the County Court at Lincoln , Mr C. filed a claim against Ms D. for paternity deceit. Their relationship commenced in 1995 and a child was born in 2005. The relationship ended in May 2010. Previous successful UK case law pertaining to deceit was cited during the claim. In July 2017, […]

How daughters can repair a damaged relationship with their divorced dad

Professor Linda Nielsen, Wake Forest University

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One-parent family ‘sets kids up for less in life’

Courier Mail, Brisbane

Children of one-parent families earn less, have fewer friends and are more likely to be single, a study shows. Adults who were born into a single-parent home earn 27 per cent less than those whose parents stayed together, a report by the University of Warwick in the UK reveals. Having grown up without seeing their […]

Adulthood wellbeing lower for single-parent kids – new research

David Richter, Sakari Lemola

  People who grew up in single-parent families have lower levels of wellbeing and life satisfaction in adulthood, new University of Warwick research shows Individuals brought up by a single parent earn 30% less, are 9% less likely to be in a romantic relationship and have fewer friends, researchers find 20% of children in Germany […]

Join in Karen Straughan’s Q&A on Mark Latham’s Outsiders

Bettina Arndt

Exciting times are coming. Fabulous women are coming to town. For a start there’s the young filmmaker, Cassie Jaye whose movie, The Red Pill has been causing such a stir. Cassie is speaking at the International Conference on Men’s Issues (ICMI) being held at the Gold Coast, June 9-11 and then she will be in […]

Red Pill film: feminist protests black out cinemas

Tessa Akerman, The Australian

The Red Pill has been barred from certain cinemas. A Sydney cinema has become the latest venue to cancel a screening of men’s rights film The Red Pill, which has been the subject of feminist activist protests since it was released. Dendy Cinema Newtown in Sydney’s inner west canned a sold-out screening of the film […]

Joey died from horrific abuse ‘because he looked like his father’

Emily Ritchie, The Australian

Joey was just shy of three years old when he was taken into the ­custody of his mother and stepfather. Seven weeks later, he was on life support in hospital. After three days, he was dead. Yesterday in the NSW Supreme Court, Joey’s guardians were found guilty of his murder by a jury that took […]

Loss of a dear friend and supporter – Rob Thomas

It is with a great deal of sadness that I must let you know that Rob Thomas passed away on Monday 20 March 2017. He finally lost his eleven year battle against prostate cancer. Many of you will remember Rob, always unassuming, quietly spoken, but one of the most dedicated friends of Men’s Rights Agency […]