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March 5th, 2017

Mail On Sunday: Fathers4Justice accuse M&S of ‘prehistoric stereotyping’ in labelling row

Marks & Spencer has become embroiled in a sexism row over school uniforms that are labelled ‘less work for mum’. Equal-rights campaigners accused the retailer of ‘reinforcing stereotypes’ and pointed out that fathers are also responsible for uniforms. The labels are on a range of boys’ and girls’ trousers that promise ‘reinforced hems’. Costing less […]

October 4th, 2016

Anne Widdecombe: men are losing the sexism war

Anne Widdecombe has told the Daily Express that men, not women, are suffering from sexism. The former Tory MP, who previously met Fathers4Justice founder Matt O’Connor to discuss the plight of separated dads, insists there is a “lax attitude” to ensuring the parental rights of fathers. Widdecombe said if she was going to “rail against […]

September 4th, 2015

Fathers4Justice say Children’s Hearings Scotland response makes no apology for ‘hate male’ ads

Fathers4Justice today said that Children’s Hearings Scotland failed to apologise for ads the group says are anti-male and discriminatory. You can read the Children’s Hearings Scotland statement here: http://www.chscotland.gov.uk/recent-news/2015/09/children’s-hearings-scotland-statement-about-‘barrier’-advertising-campaign/ Said F4J Founder Matt O’Connor, “The response from Children’s Hearings Scotland contains no apology, is deliberately misleading and illustrates an ingrained discrimination against dads in Scotland. Demonising […]

August 28th, 2015

Fathers4Justice condemn Scottish ‘Hate Male’ Adverts

Fathers4Justice today condemned adverts by Children’s Hearings Scotland as discriminatory and anti-father and urged supporters to contact the organistion to ask them to withdraw the adverts with immediate effect. You can contact Children’s Hearings Scotland here: Website: http://www.chscotland.gov.uk Twitter: https://twitter.com/CHScotland One poster shows a man in a kitchen about to beat his child. Another shows a man […]

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