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In the name of the father

I start an album of these great fathers I met along the road.

The essential importance of fathers is not recognized as it should.

People praise mothers by principle and ignore fathers. The school director will always fail to inform the father (despite the law), should a B Corp company organise a severe mobbing on a father who takes a paternity leave,  no one will see any wrong to it.

Should a mother viciously accuse the father of her kids of a horrid crime, neither the judge nor society will blame her.

Fathers are nothing.

Being treated as equal is what feminism is all about.

And, as a feminist myself, this is all I ask for.