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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Something Justin Trudeau liberal party leader should take heed from...The Feminist Leader Who Became a Men's-Rights Activist

Karen DeCrow, the feminist attorney and author who served as president of the National Organization for Women from 1974 to 1977, died of melanoma last Friday at 76. Although her passing was widely noted in the media, most the obituaries and tributes overlooked the more unorthodox aspects of her work. A lifelong champion of women’s rights, DeCrow was nonetheless skeptical about many key aspects of latter-day feminism, including its focus on sexual violence and male abuse of women. She was also, for much of her career, a men’s-rights activist.
DeCrow raised eyebrows in 1981 when she served as defense counsel to Frank Serpico, the former New York detective and whistleblower, in a paternity suit. Serpico claimed the plaintiff had used him as a “sperm bank” and lied about being on the Pill while knowingly trying to conceive, and asserted that he had a constitutional right not to become a parent against his will.
DeCrow, by then a lawyer in private practice in Syracuse, New York, endorsed Serpico’s argument on feminist grounds. “Just as the Supreme Court has said that women have the right to choose whether or not to be parents, men should also have that right,” she told The New York Times, calling this “the only logical feminist position to take.”
Quite a few feminists disagreed. Marjory D. Fields, then co-chair of Governor Mario Cuomo’s Task Force On Domestic Violence and later a family-court judge, described the defense tactics in the case as “almost a classic antiwoman presentation: that women seduce and entrap men with their feminine wiles.” DeCrow was unfazed. In a 1982 letter to the Times, she wrote that since men have no legal power to either veto or compel an abortion, it is only just that they shouldn’t have to pay for a woman’s unilateral decision to bring the pregnancy to term: “Or, put another way, autonomous women making independent decisions about their lives should not expect men to finance their choice.”
DeCrow also championed men’s rights as fathers, arguing for a “rebuttable presumption” of shared custody after divorce. She worked with the Fathers’ Rights Association of New York State and joined the board of the Children’s Rights Council, a pro-joint custody group. More recently, she was on the board of Leading Women for Shared Parenting.
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My Grandmother was a personal friend of P.E. Trudeau, I remember him coming to her wedding anniversaries, it was a mutual respect that lived for a long time and the man was extremely polite to her and respectful...
So, when his son took over the reins of the liberal party of Canada, I believed it was a good thing...till now.
Justin is a product of the radical feminist controlled universities, his latest comment about those who want to run for the liberals have to be pro choice, and recently, male legislator do not have the right to make decisions over women's right and abortions shows clearly the results of his university days...

First, he seems to say if your a pro-life supporter we don't have a place in his party, that itself alienates a lot of people. The liberal party of Canada does best when it puts itself in the center, to try to adopt the NDP's policy is a bad idea, if I want to support NDP policy I will vote for them, not someone who doesn't have it's own.

Second; he seems to be confused about procreation, which is kinda strange since he has kids himself...it takes a male and a female to make a child, so why would he push the idea that it is only a woman's issue? isn't it better if we all, as a nation, respect each others opinions and place in society, instead of just one group, namely feminists, to make the right decisions about any ones rights, after all we are all human beings, man and woman are mom and dad, the essential part of a stable life for any child...
When it comes to the rights of people, he should listen to what his fathers policy was, universality, treat everyone the same, if as he seems to believe men have no rights to discuss women's rights, then women legislator have no right to discuss men's rights...
And when it comes to the rights of the individual, he must remember it affects kids, and kids are both male and females, therefore for the sake of making the right decision, men and women legislators must get together to make the right decisions for the coming generations...

Politically, the center now belongs to the conservative party of Canada, Harper doesn't want to bring up the abortion issue, but he does not prevent the discussion of it, or stop pro life candidates to run for his party, hence inviting Canadians of all walks of life to look at what he represents. I agree with this path, it gives people the right to at least talk about it and have a place to park one's vote...

As for Trudeau, with his pro-feminist stance, he has alienated many people and is dividing his support with the NDP, maybe that's his plan, take NDP support, go into opposition in the next election, then try for power....but that would take at least 8 years...
And in the meantime, if one supports free speech and opposing views, your welcomed into the conservative party...I do not believe the conservatives will open the abortion debate, but at least you know they will listen to what you have to say, instead of "imposing pro feminists" views on you...
That is centrist politics Canadian style....which keeps one in power.

We just seen what can happen if a political party goes to far to one side, the Ontario pc's claim they would cut 100,000 government jobs, this alone instantly lost them the province from the get go. When you claim to cut that many jobs, you freak out the other 1 million or so government workers thinking they are on the chopping block and that's a lot of votes. Combine this with the media and their fake polls(as we have seen so many times recently) they pushed in support of their liberals, reporting the bogeyman was coming to power with their cuts and you scare the population against the pc's and take votes away from the provincial ndp in order to stop them, the result was inevitable...
And now, Ontario has the most corrupt government in it's history. And what does wynn and the liberals have to do? Make massive cuts to balance the budget as they promised...lol...The exact same thing the p.c. said they were going to do...

This site is non political, we do not take sides, but analysing the views of politicians is important to the direction nations take...
Been a PRO-FAMILY site, it is important to defend men and women, mom and dad, kids and grandparents equal rights. Feminists and manginas have long yapped about patriarchy this, patriarchy that,(which does not exist the way they say, since patriarchy and matriarchy is associated with the Elders wisdom in our families), well now they want to change it to a feminist one? Where men, fathers have no right to discuss the issues surrounding their kids? So with that b*llshit, we stay in the same direction they complained about, one side over the other, divide and conquer, does that make sense?

The liberal party should realise Justin is now limiting his power base, going to far left means sharing the the vote with the NDP. They will never achieve power dividing it between them, there is enough Canadians who believe in the pro life, pro choice and combine that with those who also believe in the right to free speech, and the conservatives could be in power for a very long time if they stay in the center.

The true path to equal rights, especially of the family, which is the initial strength of a nation, is what Karen DeCrow stated, if women want equal rights, then they must respect the rights of men, whether it's about abortion rights or family rights, men must have a say, since it take 2 to tango, so to speak...
One cannot have an abortion if a man was not involve can they, so how, as Justin claims, can it be only a woman's rights????

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