Study after study has shown that children do better with equal access to both parents after divorce. North Dakota has an opportunity to step up and do the right thing in November!
Critics of the Men’s Human Rights Movement have often tarred us as misogynistic. Ayami Tyndall looks at why, and concludes that what the critics really fear is actual equality under the law.
“She kicked, scratched and slapped me regularly. As time passed, her physical violence escalated and became more frequent. The objects she threw at me became bigger, harder and heavier.”
It’s day 16 of Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2015. “Rob” tells his story of physical, emotional and financial abuse and the Bahrain kangaroo family court.
Shared parenting is almost always in the best interests of the child, even when the parents don’t like each other. Leading Women for Shared Parenting has an important message on this.
Day 7 of In his/her own words, Dr. T introduces us to “Brenda,” a woman whose husband was abused by his ex-wife.
On July 19th AVFM News posted a press release from Greg Patnude, a Washington State man who was served with an order from a Virginia Beach Judge to pay 0ver $1,000,000 in back child support for children in their late 20’s. Patnude was actually only $1,836 in arrears which he volunteered to pay but he …
In the case of Mary Alan Nolan, a corrupt member of the legal system faced some accountability–although still not enough.
Terrence Popp pays tribute to the late, great Robin Williams and explores some sad facts that preceded his death by suicide.
An excellent look at a persistent evil that hurts parents and children alike.