Shorter BT Mark Peters: Today I’d like to
And now a little reality from a single mom. While I realize the average, drooling, misogynistic fuckwit is always ready to blame feminists for everything, what you fail to realize (intentionally, I’m sure), and what your vaunted list of statistics completely ignores (again ... intentionally, I'm really sure), is that the children of single parents (yes, yes ... most of which are women) may or may not be more likely to suffer from behavioural issues because of poverty. Not because of the fact that they’re being raised by single mothers.
So perhaps you should ask yourself where the fathers of these children are instead of automatically blaming the women. But that doesn’t really fit into your mouthbreathing world view, now does it? Nor do actual statistics like, say, the ones found here in the US Census Bureau’s 2005 Report on Custodial Mothers and Fathers and Their Child Support.
And your source ... Fathers for Life? Nice try. I’m sure an organization so preciously-named could never, ever, NEVER be accused of having a hidden agenda. After all, this is taken from the front page of their web site.
The website of Fathers for Life is in defence of men and fathers. It promotes fathers within, not without families.
Deadbeat fathers are a very small, minuscule minority and not representative of all men, just as deadbeat mothers are not representative of all mothers or women. However, we hear incessantly about deadbeat or violent fathers and men, while feminist activists and the feminist-dominated media sweep the issue of deadbeat mothers and far greater numbers of violent women in all cases of domestic violence (esp. when it comes to violence against children) under the carpet.
Our website illustrates how the all-pervasive vilification of men, of fathers and of the traditional nuclear family grew out of the systematic implementation of the agenda for the planned destruction of the family.
Pardon me but that is one of the most overblown persecution complexes this girl has ever witnessed. No ... really.