Dateline: NSW, Australia
By: Caroline Overington
From: The Australian Online
Via: The Honor Network
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The shared parenting laws that have given divorced fathers more time with their children will be rolled back because of the power of left-wing feminist women in Kevin Rudd’s cabinet.That is the view of men’s groups that lobbied for the laws when the Howard government was in power, and who now fear “that 15 years of progress in getting fathers and children to spend time together is about to be undone”. “I met with (Attorney-General) Robert McClelland a few weeks ago, and it was clear to me that these laws are being rolled back,” said Sue Price, of the Men’s Rights Agency. “They (the Rudd government) say they are reviewing the law, but basically the law will change because in the Labor government there are a number of women who are well and truly indoctrinated in a 1970s feminist movement background, and they do not value the role of men in society.
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