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How the Mental Health Foundation is trying to drive us mad

by Carroll Du Chateau – published in Metro Magazine October 1986

The 1986 Telethon “in support of families and children at risk from violence and sexual assault”, raised $5.5 million.

Publicity for the event falsely claimed that one in eight NZ fathers sexually abused their daughters.

This article documents the influential but misleading piece of ‘advocacy research’ by lesbian activists Miriam Saphira and Hillary Haines.

Re-published here with Metro’s permission.

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