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THE IMAGE OF FATHERS STILL TAKES A BEATING IN THE MEDIA!

This is Dennis and I just read an article about how the image of fathers still takes a beating in the media. For example, CNN ran a story about a report on men and housework. This report said that the amount of child care that men provide has tripled over the past four decades. And the housework men do has doubled. These things have happened even though men work more hours than they did a generation ago. Back in April former NBA player Jason Caffey was vilified for falling behind in his child support payments. He had paid more than 90 percent of what he owed but fell behind when his post-career income dropped. He was threatened with jail. The CNN reports called him a “deadbeat dad” even though he has paid millions of dollars in support. And here’s one that gets me: A court obligated a bakery worker to pay $2000 in child support. Even though his income was only $1600 a month! Yet the X sued his employer for failing to garnish the proper amount. And when Claria Harris murdered her husband in 2002, 233 of 354 news stories in Google News referred to the deceased as “cheating husband.” If an unfaithful wife had been murdered by her husband would the news stories repeatedly refer to her as “cheating wife?” I think not. You know and I know that dads matter more than ever. The four major youth pathologies (teen pregnancy, drug abuse, school dropouts and juvenile crime) are closely connected with fatherlessness.

One Response to “THE IMAGE OF FATHERS STILL TAKES A BEATING IN THE MEDIA!”

  1. Frank J DiBrino Says:

    VERY IMPORTANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    On Sunday July 6, 2008; Parade Magazine ran a brief blurb regarding family court and if it discriminates against fathers. Also included was a poll asking “Should dads get equal time with their kids?”

    As of July 8, 2008, 10:25am eastern time; 68% voted YES and 32% voted NO.

    Go to http://www.parade.com and click on Divorce Courts Anti-Dad?. Cast your voted today.

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