Archive for November, 2010

British Judge Actually Wants to Implement the Law in Custody Cases

Monday, November 29th, 2010

The Daily Mail reports that Mr Justice Coleridge has dared to say what many judges probably think, but do not say aloud:

Mothers who refuse to let separated fathers see their children should have them taken away, a senior family court judge said yesterday.

He called for a ‘three strikes and you’re out rule’ by which children would be taken away if mothers ignored three court orders.

“Three strikes and you’re out” seems to be a very reasonable practice, in my opinion. Everybody can make a mistake, but if you repeatedly defy the judge’s decision then there needs to be consequences.

Obviously, the father who then gets the children will then be responsible for making sure that the children get to see their mother according to schedule.

Mothers have a very high status in most societies – and rightly so – but they cannot and should not be above the law.

Misandry hits NY

Friday, November 26th, 2010

New York State regularly has campaigns against domestic violence. Nothing wrong with that, domestic violence is an important issue. However, there are a couple of serious problems with their campaigning:

  1. They pretend that intimate partner violence is only about men hitting women, thereby forgetting all the other scenarios (women hitting men, women hitting women, men hitting men).
  2. They use and abuse young boys by having them pose for their posters. They also shame all the young boys who see these kinds of images and message in libraries, on the sidewalk, etc.

Here are a few examples:





Thank you Alex for letting us know about this.