There are many reasons why almost half of children, 41%, grow up without knowing their fathers.
Most of the reasons are attached to liberal economic policies like the massive welfare-state and liberal cultural norms like having an unrestrained, unfulfilled sex life.
But the most jarring example of fuelling fatherlessness in society is the family court system—the largest governmental institution directly responsible for fatherless and, arguably, discrimination in the crumbling family.
Watch as I explain the problems with the family court system.
We live in an increasingly feminist society where it is the accepted norm that women should demand equality in the public sphere, while maintaining special privileges in the private sphere.
In this case, it leads to millions of children being fatherless and men childless in our society.