Monday, February 8, 2016

The National Organization for Women AGAIN Opposes Shared Parenting and an End to Permanent Alimony

The National Organization for Women, the largest feminist organization in the nation, is opposing an end to permanent alimony and shared parenting bills in Florida AGAIN this month.
So here we have the movement that claims to be in favor of equality between the genders fanatically opposing measures to ensure children have equal time with both parents and that men will not be in debt slavery to their wives byway of alimony payments for life.
Their argument against the bills is that they are unfair to women. This is the kind of information that needs to be thrown in a feminist's face when they argue with you about how their movement is just about equality. Quote:

"Measures to end permanent alimony and to push judges toward granting 50-50 time-sharing custody between parents are generating emotional arguments in legislative committee hearings...

Backers say alimony reform is needed to provide consistency and end injustices to a spouse ordered to pay alimony for life. However, opponents including the National Organization for Women contend the changes would be unfair to women who give up careers to be stay-at-home home mothers... 
opponents say the proposed change would imperil stay-at-home mothers.

"If you've been out of the job market even a few years, it passes you by, and then what can you do in your late 40s or 50s?" said Barbara Devane, a lobbyist for the National Organization for Women.

Women who say they're dependent on alimony testified against the bill."

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