Gagged Dad’s law

This post is sometimes pinned to the top of the blog.

The grievance of guest blogger Gagged Dad, the author of

Two year-old’s contact stopped with homophobic dad

is mentioned in all these postsAfter a court case in the UK that lasted more than four years, Gagged Dad’s grievance became expressed as an application to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).  The important pages of ECtHR application, outlining the facts and putting the legal arguments, are here.

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Burning the poppy

This post is pinned to the top of the blog temporarily to mark Rememberance Day 2018.

This poem was inspired by a 2012 Daily Mail story, Teenager is arrested for burning poppy on Facebook.

BURNING THE POPPY

I choked back my tears, as I pondered the rhyme
On 11/11, at just the right time,
In my home town square, where the wreaths had been laid
And the mayor wore his chain, and the Last Post was played.
“For their tomorrow we gave our today.”
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Why This Is a Very Scary Time for Young Men

My "Male Side" To Gender Issues. Member of the National Coalition For Men (NCFM.org/ncfm-home/) Since 1985.

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When a recent Canadian study of about 30,000 students between 7th and 12th grade found that more boys than girls were victims of physical dating violence, the reaction was one of disbelief. Accusations of male sexual harassment were exploding from the university campuses to the boardrooms of Fortune 500 companies, begetting the #MeToo movement.

The most memorable perpetrators of sexual assault against women committed heinous acts: some women had been drugged and raped; others had been fired after they rebuffed an overt sexual assault. But many other acts were considered by both men and women to be normal fun and flirtation. During the media frenzy, abuse against men was never even reported as a footnote as men—good and bad—were accused and labeled as sexual predators.

In the past 38 years, more than 270 studies, with an aggregate sample…

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Police Scotland decides not to record its own hate incidents

My report dated 4th October 2018 to Police Scotland of its own hate crime, in the form of a poster bearing Police Scotland’s logo that uses hate speech against religious people, is published here: Police Scotland’s hate crime.

Subsequent email correspondence from Police Scotland to myself in response to my hate crime report, consisting principally of what I refer to as standard fob-off emails 1 and 2, and from me in reply to Police Scotland’s two fob-off emails, is published here: Police Scotland’s bid to wriggle out of hate crime bust.

This morning, I received a typed letter from Police Scotland, by Recorded delivery.

This is what today’s letter said:-

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It’s Child Abuse But Not as We Know It

When Healthy Parenting is Regarded as More Harmful than Abuse

 

Karen Woodall

The outcome of the CAFCASS Child Impact Assessment Framework is starting to show in the UK. This week news reaches us of cases where severe alienation is found but CAFCASS are recommending that moving the child to live with the healthy parent will be more harmful than leaving the child with the parent who has been found to have abused them.

Despite the fact that CAFCASS have publicly acknowledged that parental alienation is child abuse, recommendation that the child remains with the parent who is abusing relies upon the statement in the CIAF which says –

Despite these risks to the emotional wellbeing of the child, the risk of forcing them into time with the other parent may be higher……….It can, very understandably, feel wholly unjust to a rejected parent.

However, regardless of how they were formed, a child’s wishes and feelings may be so entrenched against time spent with…

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# Esmerelda had a plan

I’ve written another song.

 

 

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GRA consultation

STOP PRESS!

GRA consultation – DEADLINE EXTENDED!

On 22/10/2018 10:12, Christian Voice wrote:

Subject: EMAIL your Trans consultation – DEADLINE EXTENDED

The Government Transgender consultation website has been so overwhelmed with responses they have extended the deadline to 12 noon today. And we can see that slipping out as well. So whatever time you receive this, as the advert says, just do it. 
Don’t bother with their website. Email your response.

ORIGINAL POST – MY RESPONSE TO THE CONSULTATION

The government’s consultation about the Gender Recognition Act closes on Friday this week at 23:00.  If you care (and you should), please don’t forget to contribute a response in time. Continue reading

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What a difference a day made!

Today is the centenary of the birth of my father, Dennis Allman.

(Saint) John Larkin, Attorney General of Northern Ireland

Lee v Asher’s – saved in the nick of time

For want of a nail the shoe was lost.
For want of a shoe the horse was lost.
For want of a horse the rider was lost.
For want of a rider the message was lost.
For want of a message the battle was lost.
For want of a battle the kingdom was lost.
And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.

How easily it could have gone the other way!

 

A race against time

This post is made firstly to the glory of God and in thanks to Him, and secondly in loving thanks to John F. Larkin QC, presently and at all relevant times the Attorney General for Northern Ireland, for his willing instrumentality, skilful and timely, in what I believe to have been a gracious plan of God’s.  Continue reading

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Police Scotland try to wriggle out of hate crime bust

I reported Police Scotland’s hate crime a week ago.

This post brings you up-to-date with the correspondence I’ve had with the police since reporting the hate crime.

The hate crime I reported was the display of this poster :-

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