Today I’ll be talking about a number of topics, but all will relate to the possible destruction of the Indian family. I’ll be comparing divorce in India and the UK, asking if feminists have any legitimacy to represent women, explaining the feminist assault on the family, asking who benefits from feminism, explaining why governments, corporations and international bodies such as the United Nations and the World Bank work to destroy families, family breakdown as a cause of male suicide, women’s false allegations of domestic violence, the impact of fatherlessness on society, culture and politics.
Adults who ‘chose’ to reject a parent after separation, struggle today with the impact of that and are in need of therapeutic help to correct psychological distortions and restore balanced vision.
Researching Reform asked its members to describe what was missing in the Family Courts .. in just one word! Understandably, many found the task too difficult: it is far easier to write an essay on the subject. However, their readers’ responses are worth a peruse: If you feel you’d like to write an essay on Read more…
Lesbian and bisexual women are at increased risk of being overweight or obese compared to heterosexual women, according to research from the University of East Anglia and UCL.
We should all be wary of bias against someone because of whatever choices they make in life, so long as those choices don’t affect us. Yet the move from tolerance of alternate sexuality to promotion of it should be stopped, especially now we know that it is damaging to health.
Does the decision not to have a child affect a man’s self-identity? Latest studies suggest that university colleges students not only see childless men and women as less fulfilled, but also see them as more immoral in contrast to their counterparts who have children. The numbers of men deciding to be child-free is increasing. Yet at Read more…
Inaction will leave the field open for a reversal of the global move to care about the mental health of children and alienated parents.
On 23 October 2019, the government formally announced that it had no idea how many women in prison were mothers, let alone mothers of dependant children. Unsurprisingly, it has no idea about fathers, either.
The new Shell Youth Study, which says that today’s youth are more traditional in their ideas about work and parenting than “politics sometimes want them to be”.
Lord Farmer, on the evening of the 21st October 2019, stood in the House of Lords and gave a profound speech, during a debate on the recent Queen’s Speech. His words need to be echoed around the country. Free speech and “safe spaces” Currently, university campuses throughout the United Kingdom are being taken over by Read more…