by NWS Editor –
(“)… They devote their lives to a deeply unfashionable cause — helping ‘downtrodden’ men in the age of gender politics. And they’ve provoked a bitter divide…
“In 20 years as a statutory social worker she saw a lack of effort to keep families together and an ‘airbrushing out’ of many dads.
‘I see fathers marginalised and excluded from their kids’ lives,’ she says, ‘while mothers are supported by out-of-date gendered views of parenting within the courts, and health and social services.’
And so, she believes, custody of children is often automatically given to women even when that isn’t in a child’s best interests.
‘False allegations are more prevalent than people realise and supervision orders disproportionately happen to fathers.'”
The women demonised for championing men’s rights: They devote their lives to a deeply unfashionable cause — helping ‘downtrodden’ men in the age of gender politics. And they’ve provoked a bitter divide…
These women have dedicated their lives to addressing a crisis of masculinity
Some have academic backgrounds or at first campaigned for women’s rights
They believe society has developed a creeping antipathy towards all things male
So who are they — and what are the issues they are fighting on men’s behalf?(“)
“by James Innes-Smith For The Daily Mail”
‘The Red Pill’ documents the Men’s Rights Movement
The War On Masculinity by James Innes-Smith will be published by Little Brown in spring 2020.