Anti-father myths - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Marc E. Angelucci
    • 25.09.07 | 07:31 (IST)

    Dear Editor, ?An eyeful of mothers? (9/23) spews anti-father stereotypes that have been debunked by social science, such as ?men are the ones who avoid the chores of parenting.? A recent study found 37% of working dads would quit their jobs, and another 38% would take a pay cut, to spend more time with their kids if their spouses could support the family. www.cnn.com/2007/US/Careers/06/13/dads.work/index.html The Israeli News Service recently announced a study showing dads are equal to moms in parental instinct and when divorced dads want to parent it is emotional and biological. www.israelnewsagency.com/psychologytodaydivorcechildrencustodyfathersright48060307.html And the largest federally-funded study on divorce in the U.S., by Professor Sanford Braver, found most dads want to actively parent but are often denied access to their children by mothers or courts. Marc E. Angelucci President Los Angeles chapter National Coalition of Free Men www.ncfmla.org

    from the article: An eyeful of mothers
    First published 00:00 23.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 23.09.07
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