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The Importance Of Fathers

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 8:40 pm Wed 31st August 2022

US Statistics

75% Of long term correctional facilities inmates are from father absent households
90% Of all homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes.

Children from fatherless homes are;

120% Greater risk of being endangered by some type of child abuse.
4.6x More likely to commit suicide
10.8x More likely to commit rape
15.5x More likely to end up in prison


  1. In US politics fatherless homes, is a subject.
    But with few solutions, other than marriage.
    So the argument, gets poisoned by religion.
    And real solutions, are like poison to feminism.
    Non racist outcomes, are like poison to racists.

    So the thing that must be fixed, is ignored.
    Name a single government, with policy.
    Who measures fatherlessness, aiming to be better.
    Who has investigated, cause of the absent father.


    The high rate of rape, is interesting.
    Firstly the ratio is high, so fathered rapists are few.
    As sexual history of rapists, is likely abused as a child.
    What percentage had sexual events, with the mother.
    Or in many cases, allowed by the mother.
    An isolated child, an easy target.

    So the role model of a father, greatly reduces risk.
    As very few fathered children, go on to rape.
    The figure of rapists exists, but maybe not due to biology.
    The elephant argument, does not quite work.
    The absent father, causing behaviour issues.
    Or the absent father, enabling abuse related issues.

    Rape is the boy result, but what is the girl result.
    Looking at the bad results of boys, is ok.
    But half the outcomes, are missing.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Thu 1st September 2022 @ 7:22 pm

  2. This questions, the importance of fathers.
    Because the judiciary, have given different sentences.

    If the offending was identical, why different sentences.
    Who looks after the children, the system saying mum.
    But that’s no justification, for a different sentence.
    Should they take turns, with prison time.
    Taking turns, being a solo parent.
    The father valued no less, than the mother.

    In this case, maybe you can discriminate.
    The father with history, the mother without.
    So we see discrimination, but it may be fair.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Sun 11th September 2022 @ 4:09 pm

  3. #2 because Pussy Pass.

    Comment by golfa — Sun 11th September 2022 @ 8:51 pm

  4. The more I think about it, the more correct you are.
    Because in the details, it gets worse.

    “He also spent six months in custody before being released on bail”

    So from the beginning, he was discriminated against.
    She committed the same crime, but wasn’t imprisoned.
    The police from the beginning, made a parenting decision.
    Without hesitation, the male lost the argument.

    Worse again if you considered, other defendants.
    How is a male without children, sentenced in comparison.
    The woman, without children.
    The female, heavily pregnant at sentencing.
    The single male, or single woman.
    Each one stereotyped, by the police.

    If any are treated harsher, is that justice.
    Who you are, governs your sentence.

    All done, in the kings name.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Mon 12th September 2022 @ 6:11 pm

  5. For many fatherless homes, that was the intention.
    Lesbians getting pregnant, were never having a father.
    A female choosing dependency, never wanted the father.
    The just want a baby female, didn’t care about the father.

    It is society, that is accepting those things.
    But it’s not only society, paying for that choice.
    To support those choices, society supports fatherless homes.
    It’s at some monetary cost to taxpayers, yet it’s normalised.
    It’s society that is ignoring the reality, of the bad outcomes.

    It is society, that then punishes the male.
    It has to blame someone else, rather than itself.
    The women’s choice, is made his responsibility.
    Her with near guaranteed custody, him maybe with visits.

    What male choices, are women responsible for.
    He will be paying the price, for eighteen years.
    And less contact, gets rewarded with more money.
    The child then pays the price, in bad outcomes.

    Imagine men, being willing participants.
    Rather than prey, for sexual predators.
    Maybe the fatherless rate, will fall.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Mon 12th December 2022 @ 8:13 pm

  6. The end result is that inadequate women have real life dolls to play with.

    Comment by Downunder — Tue 13th December 2022 @ 7:01 am

  7. The post says, 10.8 times more likely to commit rape.
    So how is that explained, by feminists.
    Who have no problem, with fatherless children.
    What then is inevitable, if the statistics are ignored.

    Men commit sex crimes, causing more fatherless children.
    Fatherless children, inherently commit far more sex crimes.
    More men then are considered, a risk to children.
    More children become fatherless, and we get more sex crimes.

    Before you know it, in just a few generations.
    Men can’t respect women, and you do get a rape culture.
    The female somehow made an object, for ones body count.
    Laws even ignored, the relationship or person not considered.

    How does that happen, in the solo mother scenario or culture.
    What was present, and what was missing.
    What was learnt, and what was not taught.
    What did they experience, and missed out on experiencing.

    Since I was born, both cultures have grown.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Wed 18th January 2023 @ 5:10 pm

  8. Fathers play a crucial role in passing on small businesses and growing the economy in several ways. Firstly, fathers are often the primary breadwinners and decision-makers in the family, and they bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table. This experience and knowledge are essential for running a small business successfully, as it requires a lot of hard work, dedication, and perseverance.

    Secondly, fathers are often the ones who invest in small businesses, providing the capital needed to get the enterprise off the ground. They can also provide guidance and mentorship to their children or other family members who are interested in starting a business, sharing their expertise and insights to help them avoid common pitfalls and make better decisions. For example, the Victoria BC tree service company at is run by a father who plans to pass it on to his family.

    Finally, fathers play an important role in passing on entrepreneurial values and attitudes to their children. They can instill a strong work ethic, a sense of responsibility, and a passion for innovation and creativity, all of which are essential for running a successful small business. By doing so, they can help to create a generation of entrepreneurs who will continue to drive economic growth and prosperity in the future.

    Comment by George M. — Tue 9th May 2023 @ 9:13 am

  9. Great comment, because you don’t hear it often.
    A father helps a child, in hundreds of ways.
    Business skills, would be a great skill to learn.

    Like many children I missed out, both parents workers.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Tue 9th May 2023 @ 6:52 pm

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