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Itís time to underline the importance of fathers : Comments

By Peter West, published 1/9/2017

Boys grew up expecting to become a father, breadwinner, head of the family and husband of a loving wife.

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oi ?
please explain.
Are ads controlling life? Then the Dads4Kids stopped anyone being gay and now with no ads, marriage celebrants only do one-way roads.

The Safe Schools is only for high schools now. If students do Nazi German or Soviet Russian history , do they become Nazi for a month then Communist?
Posted by nicknamenick, Saturday, 2 September 2017 8:50:13 PM
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Very serious charge Diver. But London to a brick you can't supply a single scaric of credible evidence to back your homophobic assertions/hate speech!

Where's your proof?

If you really do believe that indoctrination can turn a normal hetrosexual into a homosexual, give us chapter and verse case studies that can be independently validated, to support your egregious claims!

The only indoctrination on display here, is from the incorrigible, recalcitrant, resident homophobes, all of who seem to have come down with an extraordinary case of Sergeant Schultz syndrome!

Bring on the next election! And thanks for the help!
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Saturday, 2 September 2017 9:44:06 PM
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This story about an ad for dads being banned seems yo be a total furphy.

The story in Sun Herald is that the ad didn't meet compulsory guidelines.

But who care about facts?
Posted by Waverley, Sunday, 3 September 2017 9:26:53 AM
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Or it could mean Waverley, that the media is full of poofters, & so are the organisations which control it.

This also explains why TV programs are mostly so lousy.
Posted by Hasbeen, Sunday, 3 September 2017 10:39:23 AM
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Big Nana,

You are oversimplifying what the research says, and overextending it to lesbian parenting with your talk of non-interchangeability.

While the effects of not having a male role model around, which you note, are mostly accurate (the early puberty is still a bit of a mystery and may be due, in part, to the fact that weíre getting fatter), what you havenít mentioned is that they are only found in instances where the children were raised by single mothers with no male role model for the child, or a male role model which they saw less than once a fortnight.

The studies to which you (presumably) refer, do not find the same results in households with two same-sex parents.

What you also seem to have missed is that having the father around is just as detrimental to a childís development when the father exhibits antisocial behaviour. However, a fatherís antisocial behaviour appears to have no effect if the child sees them less than once a fortnight (there appears to be something almost magic about the two-week mark).

http://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/644e/4b1622f286a3c7a55ac95f454a6d44399921.pdf
Posted by AJ Philips, Sunday, 3 September 2017 10:52:08 AM
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Hear, hear and well said, A.J.P.
Alan B.
Posted by Alan B., Sunday, 3 September 2017 3:40:12 PM
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