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 Children—Our most valued assets?
 Educating Our Children for the Global Gynarchia
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Cover of "Save the Males," by Richard Doyle

Save The Males, by R.F. Doyle
  The Author is one of the founders of the Men Movement.
  The book is available via download or in hard copy.
  It provides great value at a low price.

Cover of "The Head of the Medusa," by Perseus Jones

The Head of the Medusa (2000), by Perseus, is a short book about the transformation of the status of men to the status of women.
   The book is important for the cause of the family and all of humanity, but it is politically incorrect. No publisher could be found for it.
   The illustrated version of the book can be read at this website.


montage of four photos with the theme: 'A father is the key to family'

The website of Fathers for Life is in defence of men and fathers.  It promotes fathers within, not without families.
   Deadbeat fathers are a very small, minuscule minority and not representative of all men, just as deadbeat mothers are not representative of all mothers or women.  However, we hear incessantly about deadbeat or violent fathers and men, while feminist activists and the feminist-dominated media sweep the issue of deadbeat mothers and far greater numbers of violent women in all cases of domestic violence (esp. when it comes to violence against children) under the carpet.
   Our website illustrates how the all-pervasive vilification of men, of fathers and of the traditional nuclear family grew out of the systematic implementation of the international agenda for the planned destruction of the family.


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This site contains news and commentaries pertaining to fatherhood, fatherlessness, family issues, gender politics and the planned deconstruction of our society. The news items and other information found on this website reflect a conservative perspective and can be disturbing to liberals.

Trends pertaining to fatherlessness

Fatherlessness is a growing problem and a controlling factor for crime rates that is being driven by public perceptions. Here are trends of some of those perceptions:

trends in public interest in fatherhood, motherhood, and parenting
Click on the image, or on this link, to see more details and a view of the latest data on these and other perceptions through Google Trends.

Pointers on how to navigate this website.

The website of Fathers for Life contains a large collection of information, statistics, commentaries and references pertaining to the traditional nuclear family in the context of society and its evolution. 
   Fathers for Life is best looked at as an encyclopedia of the family and the agenda of its enemies.

There are various ways by which to navigate the website of Fathers for Life:

  1. The navigation bar on the left side of individual web pages;
  2. The table of contents on this page (as well as sub-indexes identified for some of the larger subject areas);
  3. The site map (a link to that is identified at the top of the left navigation bar);
  4. Extensive cross-linking from most of the web pages at Fathers for Life to related pages and sections at Fathers for Life and elsewhere on the Net (that is to provide a reading program for those inclined to explore the context of a given issue), and
  5. The search tools available at this website and on the Net.
    Tips on how to search this website.

Table of Contents

The old table of contents is no longer being maintained but still provides access to the web pages it provided access to over the years.

The Old Table of Contents: A-E  F  G-J  K-Z

New Table of Contents



The Table of Contents serves to illustrate, by means of a fairly large sample of articles, what variety of information is available at Fathers for Life.  It will never be exhaustive (the site map comes much closer to being that), as it would become far too large.  Given the search tools that are available at Fathers for Life and through the search engines accessible on the Internet, there is no need to maintain such a massive table of contents.



Cover of "Prone to Violence," by Ering Pizzey

After Prone to Violence had been published in 1982, shipped out for distribution and placed on the shelves in the book stores, the redfems so thoroughly pilfered the copies of the book that only 13 copies of the book remained in a few libraries in the whole world.
   As a result of that the publisher went into receivership.  That is an example of the power of feminist censorship in action.
   However, the book is now available on the Internet, and it has been put back into print.

Cover of "Taken Into Custody," by Stephen Baskerville

Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family, by Stephen Baskerville.
   A major exposé on all facets of the divorce/custody machine — including child custody, constitutional rights, child support, domestic violence, child abuse, feminism, government fatherhood/marriage programs, and more.

   Click on this text for more about the author, this book, and to order your copy.