From: Randy Burton, Founder and President of Justice for Children --
Please let NOMAS know that our organization supports this effort.
Randy Burton, Esq.
Burleson and Cooke LLP
“At our recent winter meeting, the National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS) passed a resolution in support of protective mothers. We are asking other men's organizations to join us so that we can challenge the male supremacist groups and particularly their claim to represent all men and fathers. Already A Call to Men has agreed to support our resolution. If anyone knows of other men's organizations that might be interested, please forward the resolution below or they can find it at NOMAS.org.”
Resolution National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS)
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Male supremacist groups ("Fathers' Rights") have caused unspeakable harm to our country and to our children by encouraging abusive fathers, often with little past involvement with their children, to seek custody as a tactic to pressure a mother to return or to punish her for leaving. "Shared parenting", "friendly parent", involvement of both parents and other concepts that seem fair and benevolent have instead been used to manipulate courts and legislatures to help abusive fathers. For instance, women are routinely denied custody of their children after being classified as "unfriendly" for asserting that the husband has abused them or their children.
Parental Alienation Syndrome (sometimes disguised by use of other names for the discredited practice) is an unscientific theory that is used to prevent investigation of children's reports of their father's abuse. Unscrupulous professionals use it as a way to make money while ignoring the destructive impact on children's lives. Male supremacists debase the discussion of child custody issues by personal attacks and attempts to substitute repeat