Stephen Krasner knows first-hand the uphill battle for father’s rights in the court system.
Is the language of fatherlessness so accusatory that it is preventing the engagement of men who need help?
Melanie Campbell believes we should stop stereotyping dads as not being equal parents and give them the recognition they deserve.
Divorce law is biased in favor of the mom. The minute she says, “I’m considering a divorce,” the man’s livelihood and balance of power is stripped away by the courts and my the formerly loving spouse.
Now together, father, daughter, and a support group of family and friends are all building a bright future for a beautiful and bubbly little girl.
The unanticipated question of parental alienation
Because of Oren Miller, we are all gadflies in Amazon’s ointment. And despite weeks of silence, I hope Amazon is listening.
Mark Greene believes that freeing women from the domestic sphere while supporting men to enter that sphere is a win/win.
David Pisarra sees the changes in the way men and dads are perceived, he sees the changes in the homes and courts—and he gives credit to feminism for helping to make that happen.
Could equal rights for fathers be the key to helping more mums and dads to have it all?
Canadian Michael Cusden fought guilt and worry at the onset of his six-month parental leave.
Fathers’ Day is an opportunity to remember the challenges faced by dads as the shape of the modern family keeps shifting
Have you ever met someone who complains about sex discrimination against one gender and then supports sex discrimination when it’s the other way around? Our International Men’s Movement editor Glen Poole shares some personal experiences of sexism in surprising places.
Which country is ‘The Daddy of Them All’ at producing great fathers? It’s time for an ‘International Dad Fight’ to find out.
A global call to action from Glen Poole, the Good Men Project’s new international men’s movement editor.
Fathers in France are demanding the right to parent their children.