If you have been reading my blog for a while, you probably know how I feel men are unfairly stereotyped. I have been writing to every one who would listen to me in my state gov. I think some one with more weight is finally bringing this out into the open. I read this in the paper, "You’d never know domestic abuse hurts men". I’ have argued with many people who would not believe there are no shelters for men & their children to go to get away from abusive moms. Most of the time these guys are left with no choice but to let the mom have the kid/kids. When I left my ex I after she started to stay out all night pratying and dating, I could not find shelter and could not see living on the street a viable option. I had no choice but to stay there and let her do what ever she felt like as long as my Son was safe in A home.
Any one who tries to stand up for EQUAL rights is judged to be cruel or insensitive, thats just not true. I’m so glad that some one is able to get this message out.
I get emails from a guy named Glenn Sacks. His last email was an eye opener. PBS Television is going to show a video called "Breaking the Silence." It is about how men abuse women and are getting the courts to "give" "abusive" fathers custody. They try to make it seem like all men are abusers of women and can’t be better parents that the mom. I say it is about time the courts are seeing through some of the false allegations from these types of spiteful women/moms. The Judges are not stupid they have many years of experience in judging the truth.
To read the reviews about >>> "Breaking the Silence"
This show on PBS has an odd rating! Check out the TV guide ratings on this show. Click the show link in middle and read the description of this show and the ratings. Its not for kids!!
Voice you opinion >>> Glenn Sacks has a way to do it at the BOTTOM of his page.
Well I guess I am done b#@*hing for today. I feel better now:)…tom g