Other Resources/Sources

 

Most-Recommended Resources

American Coalition for Fathers and Children (see video)
www.acfc.org

Best Interest of Children
www.bestinterestofchildren.org

Better Dads
www.betterdads.net

Fathers For Life
www.fathersforlife.org

Glenn Sacks Radio
www.GlennSacks.com

National Coalition of Free Men
www.ncfm.org

Other Recommended Resources on Child Custody and Shared Parenting

Alliance for Non-Custodial Parents Rights (ANCPR)
www.ancpr.org

Children's Rights Council (CRC)
www.crckids.org

Coalition of Parent Support (COPS)
www.copss.org
The Coalition of Parent Support believes that children do best when they have a healthy relationship with both their mother and their father. We believe in joint custody and shared parenting after divorce, reasonable levels of child support, and individual responsibility.

Dads America
www.dadsamerica.org

Dad's Rights
www.dadsrights.com

Fathers' Rights Association of NY
www.fathersrightsnys.com
The Fathers' Rights Association seeks, through equal parenting rights, to ensure that children maintain a continuing, nurturing relationship with both parents after divorce or separation.

Fathers Are Capable Too
www.fact.on.ca

Fathers For Virginia
www.fact.on.ca

Gene C. Colman's Family Law Centre
www.4famlaw.com

Innocent Dads - Falsely accused Fathers and their Legal Issues
www.InnocentDads.org
To inform Dads who have been falsely accused by their ex-spouses, of what options they have, what works, what does not work, and the difficult struggle they are about to partake.

Men and Fathers for Justice
www.mf4j.org
www.menandfathersforjustice.org

The Men's Center
www.themenscenter.com

National Fathers' Resource Center (NFRC)
www.fathers4kids.org

Non Custodial Parent's Resource Center (NCPRC)
www.bayou.com/~ncprc

Resource Center for Fathers and Families
www.resourcesforfathers.org

Rural Fathers
RuralFathers.com
Rural Fathers helps professionals working with fathers and young children living in rural America through downloadable resources including: staff training, father child development activities, father child group activities, male involvement meetings, an online bulletin board and other multi-media. 

Texas Fathers for Equal Rights
www.tferfw.org

 

Resources for Women:

Independent Women's Forum
www.iwf.org

League of Women Voters of California
www.smartvoter.org

Women's Freedom Network Rita J. Simon, President
www.womensfreedom.org

 

Recommended Web Sites on Gender Issues:

John Gray's Mars and Venus
www.marsvenus.com

Respecting Accuracy in Domestic Abuse Reporting
www.mediaradar.org

The National Organization for Men
www.orgformen.org

Resources on Why Men Earn More and Careers:

Richard Bolles (author of What Color Is Your Parachute?)
www.jobhuntersbible.com

Career, Education, and Life Advice from Marty Nemko
www.martynemko.com

The National Organization for Men
www.orgformen.org

Resources Discussing Warren Farrell's Debate Book: Does Feminism Discriminate Against Men?

Attorneys for the Rights of the Child
www.arclaw.org

MenStuff
www.menstuff.org

The National Organization for Men
www.orgformen.org

In-Depth and Thoughtful Interviews :

Integral Naked
www.in.integralinstitute.org (Ken Wilber interviews Warren Farrell)

Sources:
The Myth of Male Power contains close to a thousand sources. Since 1993, the date of the book's publication, some sources have come on-line that were not on-line in 1992, when the book went to press. One of these, the Chicago Tribune, contains an article that corrects some misinformation about a serial killer named Laurie Dann.
While Laurie Dann did go into a boys' bathroom and not a girls' bathroom, and tried to kill the boys for whom she was a babysitter, the Chicago Tribune on May 21, 1988, Section 1, does list two women who were direct victims of Laurie Dann, and a mother who was an indirect victim when she tried to rescue her two sons who had been taken to a basement by Laurie Dann who immediately lit a fire in the basement. Therefore my suggestion that she was a parallel force to the celebrated University of Montreal killer who focused on women, was not accurate. (My source was a paper in the town, Winnetka in which Laurie Dann did the murder, the Winnetka (Il) Talk--an article by Todd Sloane, May 26, 1988, p. D-2.) Should another edition of The Myth of Male Power be published this will, of course, be deleted.

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