Yes, it's Father's Day on Sunday (in most countries anyway) and what better way to celebrate by having some woman spew forth a load of bile on masculinity?
Of course, there are single fathers who deserve every treat coming their way this weekend. But although one quarter of all families live with a single parent, only one in 10 of those parents is a father.
Strange how women are, once again, determined to be the victims by this statistic; nevermind that it is women who demanded and gained the right to near automatic custody of children in the event of divorce and as such it is down to women alone that their is such a scarcity of single-fathers.
But real co-parenting is still a rare and remote ideal. For all the family activities that men do join in, a few still, bizarrely, get overlooked. Nit-combing remains a female preserve. As does the dentist's waiting room, the scrum of the school uniform sale, the toy stall at the fete.
Yes, and the idea of joint breadwinning is still a rare and remote ideal. For all women's pissy attempts at careers, most give up working the second they marry - that being their motiviation for marrying - and slogging away in factories and offices for no reason than to support a spouse and their children remains the male preserve.
Who the fuck does this bitch think works to pay for children's dental plans, the school uniforms and the toys? The tooth fairy and Santa Claus? Why does she think it's left to mothers to organize dentist visits and shopping? It's because fathers are chained to a factory floor or cubicle for 8+ hours a day - but, significantly, are getting on with it in a stoic kind of way without gnashing their teeth and fuming with victimhood in the national press.
Incidentally, the writer of this article, Gill Hornby, is married to
Robert Harris, the author. Just goes to show; you can be a Cambridge graduate, successful reporter and journalist, and best-selling author, and your wife will still insult and demean you just to try and grab a bit of attention and indulge in that favourite hobby of modern women; denigrating and insulting men.