I know many of you probably think that Fox News is not the "Fair and Balanced" news source that they claim to be, but every so often they post a good article concerning feminism on their web site. I just read this article and some of the links within, and I have to say I am amazed at how feminists will trample over men's rights as long as it is to the benefit of women. For anyone who thinks there are no negative effects of feminism, I encourage you to read <a HREF="http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,70772,00.html">this article</a>. Contained within this article is a link to the fascinating story about <a HREF="http://reason.com/0211/co.cy.dad.shtml">Morgan Wise</a>. In the latter, I think the author sums up exactly how I feel men are treated by family courts in America in the last sentence: "But our current social policy all too often reduces a man to a cash machine." Have any of you had to go to a family court to determine child custody and support? How have you been treated? I don't know even one man who ever fought for and won custody of his children following a divorce. It's been my observation that Pennsylvania courts almost always award custody to the mother(as long as she fights for it), and the father always pays support. Whether the father is a deadbeat dad or a loving father plays no role in determining child support amounts.