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Fight to reform family law April 24, 2020 fathers rights

Anyone interested in protesting for the father’s rights movement on April 24th, 2020 in Sudbury, Ontario in front of the court house?

I previously posted last February 2019 about forming a father’s rights movement here in Sudbury and for some reason I could never find out if it was posted…until today!!!! Thanks Maria 😊 I’m looking to get in contact with people who want to reform the family law system.

Enough is enough. Speak out on April 24th, 2020 in front of the court house!!

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  1. Anonymous says:

    This is a good place to post this. From here to then, I suggest you post this again so that it gets seen. You should post this EVERY year for the next few years. And if not you, than someone else. Your timing`s excellent given the chosen protest day. Lots of time for people to make arrangements or pen it in. Oh yes, protests work. The idea is always, to be HEARD. To be heard, you have to be seen.

    • Anonymous says:

      If you want to have an impact far and wide which would have to be the goal for anything to change, you encourage others to get on board outside of Sudbury. And when you come across these protests, regardless where they are geographically in Ontario, you publicize these in support. It also allows you to create connections and organize protests in various areas on a given day. That`s how you create change. By creating awareness. And unity, I think the spectrum would be quite diverse in the men`s beliefs, experiences and goals. I think you`d have to select a clear goal. Some guys, just don`t want to pay. Some guys, play hide and seek for years over pocket change agreements. Some guys have a ton of kids here and there. Some guys think very poorly of women in general. What would be the statement, the vision? If you`re thinking on a large scale. And you have to, if you ever want to bring about change.

  2. Juju says:

    Back in 2000-5 ish there was a Sudbury Fathers’ Support Group. A website in Toronto had type-od my phone number by mistake and I was receiving calls be distraught fathers looking for help.
    I was able to contact the webmaster in T.O. and my number was removed, but I never did find out what became of the local group.
    Oddly enough, I was a single parent at that time and helped a few guys the best .i could.