Are you afraid of Glenn Sacks? A bad man who helps mean dads!

Are you afraid of Glenn Sacks?

Hi Kids,

Glenn Sacks is a bad man who helps mean dads. If your dad is hurting you and Glenn Sacks is sticking up for your dad, try not to worry. There are a lot of Good Moms and Good Dads out there who will believe you! If you need help making contact with someone who will believe you, you can always contact me and I will try to find the right person to help you.

Here is the conclusion of an investigation I did about Glenn Sacks and his followers. The actual reports (part 1-5) can be found on Americanchildrenunderground.blogspot.com.



College student, Jennifer Collins investigated the unethical Father Supremacist columnist, Glenn Sacks.

Glenn Sacks had a sad childhood. His father was a workaholic and was never around. Glenn resented his mother for her use of physical discipline and her lack of enthusiasm about parenting (because she was bedridden with cancer.) Although his parents fought in front of him and his sister, Glenn Sacks is still under the illusion that he had "a perfect family life". He was a lonely child, very unpopular at school and embarrassed by his father. From information provided by some of his former classmates, I learned that Glenn Sacks was very insecure especially when the other children made fun of him for his rather large nose and tall posture which may have been the cause for him to stand/walk hunched over. It is truly pitiful how unhappy Glenn Sacks was as a child. High school was no better and unbearable for Glenn who was the butt of many tasteless pranks. He had a falling out with his father and was not at all close with his own mother.

Glenn Sacks then went onto University where he felt persecuted just for being a guy. After feelings of guilt regarding some sort of sexual incident, he changed colleges. Sacks went to UCLA where he received a degree in Latin American studies. Sacks became a teacher but he was not happy in the classroom. His painful past was too much for him to bear. He also taught at the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Perhaps that is where his fear that one of his former students will file charges against him for rape stems from. I don’t know exactly what sort of sexual assault Glenn Sacks committed in his past, but it appears to haunt and be following him wherever he goes.

Glenn Sacks married and had a son, yet he was very unhappy with fatherhood. His son had severe discipline problems and Glenn Sacks relays that he found parenting to be a “hollow, joyless fatherhood”. Using the excuse that grading papers was beneath him, Sacks quit his job and then a depressed Glenn hid at home while his wife worked.

Many years later Sacks had a daughter and he decided to dedicate everything he had to this precious little girl - but he eventually lost site of appropriate parent-child boundaries and became over enmeshed with the poor child.

In 2001, even though Glenn Sacks was still hiding at home, he dumped his 3 year-old daughter off at day care so he could have more time to devote to his hateful, anti-women, anti-mother propaganda. He founded GlennSacks.com which is nothing more than a self-made website that spews his gender-biased babble.

Glenn Sacks prides himself as being a self-proclaimed "investigative journalist" yet does nothing more than sit at home alone all day looking up the daily news then rambling on about how this or that situation reflects a conspiracy against all men while his wife, the breadwinner of the family, admirably works providing for her family's needs while his kids are in school.

Glenn Sacks has aligned himself with male zealots, father’s rights attorneys and father supremacists making it abundantly clear to his wife that she may never leave him and that divorce is absolutely out of the question. He backs up his position by making it clear that the children belong to him and if his wife ever leaves him, he will take the children away from her. Glenn Sacks has publically humiliated his wife over and over again yet he professes to have a "happy marriage" - I think someone needs to tell Mr. Sacks that a happy marriage is about putting someone else before, NOT beneath, yourself.

Sacks joined forces with "Fathers and Family" in 2009. Fathers and Families boasts that they have “the largest membership base, the highest media profile, the most funding of any family court reform organization.” Their mission statement in principle is actually quite honorable: “Fathers & Families improves the lives of children and strengthens society by protecting the child’s right to the love and care of both parents after separation or divorce. We seek better lives for children through family court reform that establishes equal rights and responsibilities for fathers and mothers.”

However under the "leadership" of Glenn Sacks, the new Fathers & Families sets out to destroy and discredit child abuse victims who come forward with accounts of abuse perpetrated by their fathers while kids who come forward with accounts of abuse by their mothers or other females are embraced.

You would think that a fathers organization would embrace all abused children and would be leading the charge to reform the behavior of their violent and abusive peers who give fathers a bad name. You would think that a fathers organization would lead by principle, honor and example, showing the world how wonderful non-abusive fathers are - gentlemen raising gentle men.

Thankfully, with a new editor in charge and new policies being enforced in the beginning of 2010, it appears that Sacks is being weaned out.

It is obvious that the Sacks family experiment where mommy works long hours, over time and attends law school in the evening so her husband can attempt to fulfill her role in their children's lives by playing Mr. Mom has failed causing severe emotional problems for their pre-teen daughter. The temper tantrums her father groomed her for by creating a dependency upon him are exploited by him on the internet in his attempt to prove what "a loving understanding father" he is by giving into her demands. Sadly, this just shows the world how far he'll go to get attention and documents his inappropriate parenting behavior.

Sacks infatuation and exclusivity with his daughter is highly disturbing and reflects factors identified in covert incest. Strangely, Sacks has admitted that one of his greatest fears is being arrested for raping one of his daughter's friends and has made public statements saying if his wife ever brings his daughter to an emergency room doctor to be evaluated for sexual abuse, Sacks will “blow his head off” referring to the treating physician.

In the meantime Sacks teenage son displays much animosity towards his father. His son has made it abundantly clear that he is ashamed to be seen with his father in public and has referred to his father as "a loser" on several occasions. As always, Sacks tries to gain sympathy by portraying himself as the wounded victim of his son’s distain and advertises his own insecurity by constantly pulling at the audience for praise and reinforcement, referring to himself all to often as "a loser" and pitying "the plight" of his children. Sacks writes: "if I were him, I wouldn't want to be seen with me, either... "

When his children do something wrong, Sacks explains with delight how “I can hardly wait...”when they've “expected to be punished” so he can say to wait “for your mother to see when she gets home from work" to them. He has substituted the old saying "Just wait till your father gets home!" and frightens the children he loves so much by threatening them with their mother?

Sacks rallies abusive fathers and offers support and understanding for their abuse of children! He publically states that he believes in hitting children as a form of punishment!

If a child comes forward with abuse allegations against a man Glenn Sacks searches for any inconsistencies in their accounts, whatever they may be, and then tries to discredit the child! Although Sacks himself asks for forgiveness when he makes a mistake he is quick to condemn everyone else whose ever made a mistake and refuses to listen to anyone else's explanation but his own.

If Glenn Sacks wasn’t such a hypocrite who sanctions and promotes child abuse, I would have to feel bad for him since he fails at everything he does - from being a teacher, husband and father.

On a lighter side, I almost felt bad for the guy sometimes for his sheer cluelessness. Sacks is attempting to gather a collection of bedtime stories which he intends on republishing. His target audience is 8-10 year old children. Background: “I'm starting a blog-based collection of bedtime stories for children… The core of these stories will be those I tell my 9 year-old daughter. She's pretty demanding. She's only 9, but she enjoys learning about adult issues.”

Here are a few examples: (Maybe we're missing something here in the Netherlands, but is this an appropriate bed time story for a 9 year-old? My mom said she would never tell it to the little kids at night and probably not during the day either!)

Glenn Sacks Bedtime Story #1

One of the things that happens sometimes that's bad is racial profiling. That's when police judge somebody by their race instead of who they are as a person. And sometimes they do bad things to black people because of it. One example is what happened to Joe Morgan. He flew in on a plane to Los Angeles. He got off the plane and was making a phone call when a cop came up to him, grabbed him from behind, threw him on the floor, and handcuffed him behind his back. Imagine how humiliated he was lying on the floor of the airport with his hands behind his back, all the passengers staring at him. They arrested him because he fit the profile of a black drug dealer…

Glenn Sacks Bedtime Story #2

Roberto Clemente was a great outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates during the 1960s… There was a terrible earthquake in Managua… He said, "I will go down there myself… So Clemente got on the plane, too. But the plane was overloaded with supplies and weighed too much. They shouldn't have had so much, but Clemente wanted to bring as much as possible to the people suffering in Nicaragua. The plane crashed, and Clemente was killed…

Now I don’t know if this is a cultural difference because, although American, I was raised in the Netherlands. I have 4 little brothers and sisters between the ages of 8-12 and my mother and (step)father would never tell such disturbing stories to them. I am all for everyday heroes but this poor little Sacks girl! With stories like these at bedtime, what chance does she have for a healthy, normal childhood?

Since Glenn Sacks wants true stories which teach a morale lesson, how about the bedtime story of my life? (I sent him a copy as he requested at glenn@glennsacks.com but I guess he just hasn’t gotten around to adding it to his collection yet...)

Jennifer Collins bedtime story#1

Sometimes people need to stand up for themselves, no matter how powerful or rich or famous the person treating them badly is. Kids need to respect adults, such as their parents and teachers, but only if these grown ups respect the kids too. Sometimes kids need to stand up for themselves like the story of a little girl named Jennifer.

Many years ago there was a little girl named Jennifer. She lived with her mommy and daddy and her brother. Jennifer’s daddy had a problem though. He drank too much beer and took pills that made him mean. Jennifer’s daddy used to hit her mommy all the time. Sometimes he hit Jennifer and her brother too. One night the dad hurt Jennifer’s mommy and brother so bad that they both had to go to the hospital. Jennifer went with them and she was so scared to see all the blood on her mommy’s face again! Then police came and made the daddy leave because he was too angry. But then Jennifer’s dad got a bad lawyer to help him lie about all the mean things he did...

Then there was this really bad man name Glenn Sacks who also started helping the dad get away with his lies. Glenn Sacks was very mean to Jennifer and said very bad things about her and her mommy even though Jennifer never did anything to Mr. Sacks and he didn’t even know her! This made Jennifer very sad at first but then she got mad and decided to take a stand! Jennifer exposed the really bad man for who he was so he couldn't hurt other people's feelings and families as badly as he had hurt Jennifer's.

Jennifer grew up to help other kids who were being scared and hurt by mean adults and the corrupt family court system. Jennifer, her brother and mommy all got to live happily ever after because the bad men couldn't destroy the truth and they had each other to love forever and ever and ever. The End.

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Wear the Colors BLACK & BLUE

So Kids Don't Have To!


If you a kid who was mistreated by the courts and would like to make contact with us, please write to:


A Battered Woman's Daughter

Dear Domestic Violence Advocates,

My name is Jennifer Collins. My mother was a battered woman 20 years ago. After my father beat her up (AGAIN) and fractured my 4 year old brother’s skull at the same time, she did what she was supposed to do (and told to do by child protection) and she left my father. Somehow my father was able to get unsupervised visitation with me and my brother. When we confided in our mother that he was still hurting us she just couldn’t bring herself to force us to go alone with this monster. Our father went back to court and actually got custody. At first we weren’t allowed to have any contact with our mother at all. Then during a court supervised visitation I showed her the bruises on my back and bottom and told her and the supervisors that my father was still hurting us. Visitation was somehow terminated again.

My mother tried everything possible to protect us and when the legal system failed us over and over again she ‘kidnapped’ us (actually we ran away to her.) We fled the country and were granted asylum in the Netherlands. We are the first Americans to ever be granted asylum in another country!

We lived in secrecy for 14 years until two years ago when we were found by the FBI. We were terrified! I contacted every organization I could think of and followed up on every referral I was given. Even if we didn’t fall under your specialty or jurisdiction you took the time to help, listen, support or send me in the right direction.

Last year my mother returned to the United States to face charges. All of the kidnapping charges against my mother were dismissed. She pled guilty to one count of Contempt of Court to which she bravely replied “I admit to having contempt for the court which failed to protect my children!” We returned to the Netherlands and are living in exile until my little brother turns 18 (only one more year to go!)

When we return to the United States I am determined to help children who are in the same position that I once was.

I just want to thank you for all your help and to remind you that sometimes there are happy endings.

With my love and gratitude,

Jennifer Collins



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Maternal Deprivation Abuse


Motherhood: Don't Replace Her - Watch more Videos at Vodpod.

Maternalism What is Maternalism? Are the voices of mothers who identify with the liberation of mothers and the rights of their children. There was a past emergence of Maternalism in feminist history in the nineteenth century, however it is not consistent to today’s issues that continue to undermine her rights and values.

We believe that the act of giving birth has been extremely undervalued in today’s society much as a result of patriarchy but also due to the lack of representation of mothers voices in women’s rights organizations. We note that the eight hour day was inclusive of workers rights, but failed to acknowledge the labor of mothers towards raising future generations.

In the last twenty years, our rights have declined further with this acknowledgement as our children have grown to become the property of the state and men. We have the right to work from home, have flexible hours so that our care and work is balanced to eight hour days. We demand that employers provide the technology and opportunities to do so.

We have the exclusive right to be prioritized to be the exclusive candidates that have existing or possible opportunities to do so. We believe that joint parenting and shared parenting that is forced under the state of law upon dissolution of marriage undermines our rights to:

  • Consent to the renamed marriage contract.
  • Continue our natural primary care giving relationship with our children.
  • Make decisions for the welfare of our children
  • Obtain protection of family Freedom of movement
  • Love our children without scrutiny of the deep bond we place with our children
  • Raise our children
  • Be appreciated for the lives we bore onto this earth.

Whilst the status of women has improved, the status of mothers has declined that our representation in the media of mothers is poor and discriminatory. We believe that both forced and persuasive adoption is a degradation of women equivalent to prostitution and laws against this abdominal crime need to be enforced.

We believe that threats to take our children for objecting to medical practices that are harmful is an exploitation of mothers and undermines her ability to intuitively know what is best to raise her children as she has done hundreds of years prior to the introduction of medical treatment.

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AMPP-American Mothers Political Party



AMPP Mission Statement

AMPP is a social movement seeking justice and accountability within the family court system which includes DHHS/CPS, psychologists and other so called experts.
We as mothers demand CITIZENSHIP and our Rights to our Children. We demand that our children not be used as pawns by our abuser in a custody dispute. We demand that Mothers and Children be equally protected against court ordered visitation with an abuser. We demand that Mothers and Children be given the same rights, privileges and voice that the abuser gets in family courts!
We demand that our President take action now as can no longer afford to be silent and we wont. We demand the same "rights and freedoms" to which all humans are entitled.
Behind the closed doors of the dirty little secret of the family court system, thousand of women each year lose child custody to violent men who beat and abuse Mothers and Children. Family courts are not family-friendly and betray the best interests of the child. Until Mothers and Childrens voices are heard we will never shut up, give up or go away


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More on maternal deprivation. A study completed at McGill University confirms maternal care has an effect on children. Imagine not having that maternal care…being deprived of your mother, and how it affects future suicide victims.

Remember Robert Hawkins, the boy who shot up the mall in Omaha, Nebraska.  His father had custody of him:

Robert Hawkins shooting at mall

Throughout most of his life, he and his family were plagued by his psychiatric problems. The day after he turned 14, he was sent to a mental health treatment center for threatening to kill his stepmother with an axe.

Four months later, he became a ward of the State of Nebraska, which lasted nearly four years. He had undergone two psychiatric hospitalizations, and was diagnosed with attention deficit disorder, an unspecified mood disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and parent-child relationship problems. His extensive treatments cost the state USD$265,000.

On December 5th 2007,  Robert Hawkins, went to Westroads Mall in Omaha and fired against employees and customers in a department store, killing eight people and then he killed himself.

Maribel Rodriguez, Robert’s mother said in interviews she was deeply devastated. She hasn’t had custody of her son since Robert was around 4 years old but she said that had a good relationship with her son and felt the obligation to apologize for what he did. Robert was without hope, without faith and without courage she added.

Who was the first one he told “I love you” on his suicide note?  Mommy.  Maternal deprivation.  Now, the information from the study…

Childhood trauma has life-long effect on genes and the brain

Study confirms effects of early environment in brains of suicide victims

McGill University and Douglas Institute scientists have discovered that childhood trauma can actually alter your DNA and shape the way your genes work. This confirms in humans earlier findings in rats, that maternal care plays a significant role in influencing the genes that control our stress response.

Using a sample of 36 brains; 12 suicide victims who were abused; 12 suicide victims who were not abused and 12 controls, the researchers discovered different epigenetic markings in the brains of the abused group. These markings influence the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) function, a stress-response which increases the risk of suicide.

This research builds upon findings published last May that showed how child abuse can leave epigenetic marks on DNA.

But, in this, the first study of its kind, Moshe Szyf, a professor in the Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics; Gustavo Turecki, associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry who practices at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute; Michael Meaney, a professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Neurology and Neurosurgery, who is also at the Douglas; and McGill postdoctoral research fellow Patrick McGowan have built on their world-renowned epigenetics work to uncover how parental care affects the DNA in the brains of a group of Quebec male suicide victims who suffered abuse as children. The all-McGill study is set to be published in the February 22, issue of the journal Nature Neuroscience.

“We know from clinical experience that a difficult childhood can have an impact on the course of a person’s life”, said Dr. Turecki.

“Now we are starting to understand the biological implications of such psychological abuse,” added Dr. Szyf.

“The function of our DNA is not as fixed as previously believed, said Dr. Meaney. “The interaction between the environment and the DNA plays a crucial role in determining our resistance to stress thus the risk for suicide. Epigenetic marks are the product of this interaction.”

Epigenetics is the study of changes in the function of genes that don’t involve changes in the sequences of DNA. The DNA is inherited from our parents; it remains fixed throughout life and is identical in every part of the body. During gestation and even later in development, however, the genes in our DNA are marked by a chemical coating called DNA methylation. These marks are somewhat sensitive to one’s environment, especially early in life. The epigenetic marks punctuate the DNA and program it to express the right genes at the appropriate time and place.

The researchers discovered that maternal care influences hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) function in the rat through epigenetic programming of certain receptors in the brain. In humans, child abuse alters HPA stress responses and increases the risk for suicide.

In previous studies in laboratory rats, the group proved that simple maternal behaviour such as mothers who licked their pups during early childhood has a profound effect on the epigenetic marks on specific genes and effects on behaviour in ways that are sustained throughout life. However, these effects on gene expression and stress responses can also be reversed in adult life through treatments known to affect the epigenetic mark known as DNA methylation.

The brain samples in the latest study came from the Quebec Suicide Brain Bank, administered by Dr. Turecki of the Douglas Mental Health University Institute. With the support of the Bureau du Coroner du Québec (Office of the Chief Medical Examiner), the McGill Group for Suicide Studies (MGSS) founded the Quebec Suicide Brain Bank (QSBB) at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute, to promote studies on the phenomenon of suicide. Research carried out on brain tissue can help develop intervention and prevention programs to help people suffering mental distress and who are at risk of committing suicide.

The research was funded by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research and the National Institute of Child Health and Development (USA).

Please visit McGill’s website for this story.

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FATHERLESS AMERICA- The Childhoods of Historical Figures in American History

fatherlessness absent fathers

are transcripts from "A Fatherless Minute" series sponsored by
The Liz Library for The Justice Hour radio show on WPBR 1340 AM.

The term "fatherless" ("fatherlessness" or "father-absent") is used in this series as it is in research and "father absence" policy rhetoric by the U.S. government, DHHS, the National Fatherhood Initiative, U.S. states in connection with child custody law and policy, and various family values and fatherhood policy and lobbying groups.

Brief stories of fatherless children can be found here. A list of famous fatherless children, all of whom grew up in father-absent homes, and succeeded in achieving greatness, can be found here.

Citations to research and studies can be found
here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

The effects of fatherlessness??
Fatherless America? Yes indeed!

Alexander Hamilton - the author of the Federalist Papers, first treasurer of the United States, and the founder of America's economic system.

John Hancock - president of the Continental Congress, signer of the Declaration of Independence, and financial underwriter of the American Revolution.

    More than a quarter (27%) of U.S. presidents --
    a majority of U.S. presidents in America's first 50 years:

U.S. President Gen. George Washington - America's first founding father, first president, and most beloved hero.

U.S. President Thomas Jefferson - America's third president, and primary author of the Declaration of Independence

U.S. President James Monroe - America's fifth president

U.S. President Andrew Jackson - America's seventh president

U.S. President Andrew Johnson - America's seventeenth president

U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes - America's nineteenth president

U.S. President James A. Garfield - America's twentieth president

U.S. President Grover Cleveland - America's twenty-second president

U.S. President Herbert Hoover - America's thirty-first president

U.S. President Gerald Ford - America's thirty-eighth president

U.S. President William Jefferson Clinton - America's forty-second president

U.S. President Barack Obama - America's forty-fourth president

    Many of America's top jurists:

U.S. Supreme Court Justice James F. Byrnes

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo

U.S. Supreme Court Ch. Justice (and U.S. Treasury Secretary) Salmon P. Chase

U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Davis

U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Johnson Field

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Melville Fuller

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg

U.S. Supreme Court Justice John McKinley

U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Rutledge

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thomas Todd

U.S. Supreme Court Ch. Justice Edward D. White

U.S. Supreme Court Justice James Wilson

    More American leaders, heros, icons and achievers:

George Washington Carver

U.S. Senator Henry Clay

Stephen Colbert

Frederick Douglas

Nathanial Hawthorne

Fr. Gen. Marquis de Lafayette - supporter of the American Revolution

Gen. Robert E. Lee

Meriwether Lewis

George Mason - a founding father of America

Linus Carl Pauling (Nobel Prize x 2)

Michael Phelps - the world's greatest Olympic athlete and swimmer

Jackie Robinson

Eleanor Roosevelt

Benjamin Rush - a founding father of America, physician and diplomat

Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman

Annie Mansfield Sullivan - the "miracle worker", Helen Keller's teacher

Mark Twain

Booker T. Washington

    Some of the world's greatest:

Michael Lamb says that fatherlessness is not really a risk.  It's about the relationship with the caregiving parent, the level of support a child receives, and the harmoniousness of the environment.Aristotle

Jurist William Blackstone

Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, Mother Theresa

Julius Caesar

Catherine the Great of Russia



Nicolas Copernicus

Queen Elizabeth I - also at The Liz Library Women's History Collection

Alexander Fleming - scientist who discovered penicillin

Mahatma Gandhi

Jesus of Nazareth

Johannes Kepler

Nelson Mandela

Muhammed - prophet of Islam

Sir Isaac Newton


Jean-Jacques Rousseau

King Solomon - Biblical icon

Leonardo da Vinci

    More "fatherless children" (alphabetically):

U.S. Senator Bella Abzug

physician Hunter "Patch" Adams

comedian Steve Allen

cancer researcher Frederick W. Alt

medical researcher Dorothy Andersen

author Hans Christian Andersen

singer Marian Anderson

mogul nun Mother Angelica

poet Maya Angelou (Marguerite Annie Johnson)

silent film star Fatty Arbuckle

historian Hannah Arendt

cyclist Lance Armstrong

musician Louis Armstrong

author Ivo Andric'  (Nobel Prize)

author Jane Austen

actor Lauren Bacall

composer Johann Sebastian Bach

author Charles Baudelaire

Isabella Baumfree (Sojourner Truth)

scientist Sir Charles Bell

composer Irving Berlin

actor Halle Berry

California Supreme Court Justice Rose Bird

legendary surfer Tom Blake

scientist Katherine Burr Blodgett

reporter Nelly Bly

physicist Max Born

"Father of Chemistry" Robert Boyle (Boyle's Law)

news correspondent Ed Bradley

U.S. Senator (and basketball great) William Warren "Bill" Bradley

actor Benjamin Bratt

scientist Herbert C. Brown (Nobel Prize Chemistry)

author Les Brown

Ralph Johnson Bunche (Nobel Peace Prize 1950)

molecular scientist Geoffrey Burnstock

poet Lord Byron (George Gordon)

Sarah Breedlove aka Madam C.J. Walker

actor Charles Bronson

actor Pierce Brosnan

"father of soul" musician James Brown

comedian Lenny Bruce

satiricist Art Buchwald

Canadian rocket scientist Gerald Bull

actor Carol Burnett

vaudevillian George Burns (Nathan Birnbaum)

philosopher Albert Camus (Nobel Prize)

author Elias Canetti (Nobel Prize)

cancer researcher Mario Capecchi (Nobel Prize)

author Truman Capote

first "celebrity chef" Antonin Careme

comedian George Carlin

pioneering surgeon Benjamin Carson

author Willa Cather

scientist Ernst B. Chain (Nobel Prize)

fashion designer Coco Chanel

actor Charlie Chaplin

Oona O'Neil Chaplin

actor/singer Cher

author Agatha Christie

musician Eric Clapton

computer guru Jim Clark (Silicon Graphics, Netscape)

author Mary Higgins Clark

U.S. Gen. (Ret.) Wesley Clark

science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke

philanthropist Thomas Green Clemson (Clemson University)

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Russian dictator Joseph Stalin

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physicist Joseph John ("J.J.") Thomson (Nobel Prize)

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Indiana Supreme Court Justice William Allen Woods

poet William Wordsworth

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activist Malcolm X

actor Loretta Young

author Emile Zola

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The notion is FALSE that children require a certain kind of family composition (two married biological parents) in order to do well, rather than that certain family characteristics and lifestyle advantages (such as educational opportunities, financial opportunities, stability, attention, and so forth) may be beneficial.

No research has shown that when a child's parents do not live together, joint custody is in their long-term best interests, or that "the best parent is two parents." See the research: here, and here, and here, and here, andhere, and still more, along with discussions and articles in the index here.

(Interesting, though, how "motherlessness" is almost glorified in our society, e.g. Disney.)
At thelizlibrary.org, we don't "hate men". We hate lies.

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