Children screaming to be heard

Vote “Let every child have both parents” on 7th May in North Cornwall.

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… and please obey your conscience when you vote on 7th May.

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The 40 years-established registered charity Families Need Fathers (FNF), for which I designed the above poster by adapting an existing FNF poster, is not permitted officially to endorse the political party “Let every child have both parents”, or any other political party.

Watch a Head of School lie to the police, falsely claiming that there is a court order excluding a father from his four year-old son’s school Christmas play:

“Now we see the violence inherent in the system” 🙂

[Monthy Python and the Holy Grail]

Both parents.  Every child.  Wherever possible..

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The registered political party “Justice for Men and Boys (and the Women Who Love Them)” (J4MB), which owns the above poster, does not officially endorse “Let every child have both parents”, or vice versa. There is no J4MB candidate in North Cornwall.  There is no “Let every child have both parents” candidate in any of the constituencies in which there is a J4MB candidate.  However, this coincidence is not because of any pact or alliance between the two parties. 

“Let every child have both parents” was not a gendered issue in 1959, and there is no need to present it in a gendered manner today.  (It’s a powerful poster though.)

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  1. Pingback: “A child of tender years shall not … be separated from his mother” | JohnAllman.UK

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