I read with interest the story of Alison Shaw in today’s issue of The Star. After joking in an email that her marital problems could be solved with a gun, Ms Shaw was arrested, jailed overnight, forced out of her home, and ordered to stay away from her three children.
The cries of “overreaction” regarding this case can be heard for miles. I say: it’s about bloody time. If more women had to experience the judicial atrocities that men have been subjected to for decades, then maybe…just maybe…our horribly gender-biased family courts would finally be overhauled.
In today’s world of divorce and blended families, fathers have been reduced to ATM Status in the lives of their children. They are villified and portrayed as unfit parents, and even as abusers and sex offenders “waiting to happen”. They have no recourse against ex-wives who actively attempt to alienate them from their children (known as Malicious Mother Syndrome). They often have to deal with slander and false accusations, which, even if disproved, will usually follow them for years. While they have the option of civil court as recourse to the latter two issues, they are often emotionally and financially bankrupted by the divorce and child support proceedings, making a civil suit virtually impossible to pursue.
Going back to Ms Shaw’s case: while it is refreshing to see the shoe on the other foot for once, she still got off lightly. She was released on bail and has since been granted 50/50 access to her children. Had it been a man who had joked about shooting his wife, bail would have been set significantly higher. As for 50/50 access to the children – don’t make me laugh. He would be lucky to see them at all, let alone have any shared access rights.
Men’s rights groups have been screaming about the inequalities and bias in our family courts for years without success. Why does it take a woman being subjected to the same laws for the courts to finally realize that something needs to change?
The militant feminist groups who preach “equality”, (but who are truly seeking “superiority”) have, unfortunately, succeeded in shaping our family court laws. They have succeeded in emasculating men, and, as a result, society as a whole. The venom and hatred these groups direct towards honest men under the guise of “equality” and “human rights” is disgusting. The actions of these groups, and of women who think nothing of manipulating the courts in order to destroy their ex-husbands, make me ashamed to share their gender.
I hope to see many, many more stories like Ms Shaw’s in the future. Because the more women who are “victimized” by these laws, the sooner they will change. I don’t know about you, but I have no desire to live in a world where men are nothing more than sperm donors and bank accounts.