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Get out of here with that retarded mentality each parent has something to offer the other can't. It's a reason why the black community is in disarray when we have people cannot see beyond their eyes of the importance of family. Without it you have no community even a dog understands that. The male presence gives children a sense of protection and security and they are less anxious. The mother provides the immediate warmth and love. If you think they are false gender roles then look up the difference between males and females from psychology and cognitive studies. You'll be surprised. We are talking sane adults not destroyed adults.
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I don't know if I agree, but I like him.
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Fathers are important...maybe they should stick around...
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http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nhsr/nhsr071.pdf
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can you raise a good child w/o the presence of a father? yes, but i don't see why one would willingly want to do that.  most women do not want to do it alone!

i am not sure why fatherhood needs to be defended, why is this even a debate? there is a reason we cannot procreate by ourselves. each gender contributes something unique in child rearing. the role of men cannot be diminished just bc society is "enlightened" or more "progressive."

i don't see anything wrong with both sexes saying they need one another. i need a man to make a baby and to raise one.


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Epitome thank you!
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I think a lot of people get in their feelings because most were raised by single mom's. I was raised in a family full a women. A few husbands among my aunts but I was raised by my mom (and her boyfriend for a while) and then my gramma. While I appreciate their sacrifice I have never forgotten my moms boyfriend who raised me like his own for a time. Whoopi was feeling some type of way because she was raised by a single mom and...is(?) was(?) a single mom. She was quick to take away from fathers based upon her own situation.

It's a shame that fatherhood needs to be spoken on like this but we see what it is in the community. A lot of folks tell themselves they don't need fathers because of their situation. Sorry. I'll take having a good dad all day everyday rather than have had my mom go it alone.

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I only read the op . Great if you have a good father in your life , but single women raise boys to men everyday . I see it on the job and at my daughter school . Trust me . Anyone try to hurt my baby ? You will think MRS. India  turn into a Lioness . I am very thankful my husband spends every free moment with my daughter , but never tell me i can't raise a sucessful child alone . I understand some women are bad moms . Many men feel child support alone is good parenting  . My daughter is a daddy's girl , mommy maybe once her dad opens the door .Cry

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and let me add that I don't think anyone is saying a single mom can't raise a successful child. It always goes there when u acknowledge fathers. No one is saying that...at least not that I could see.
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You can be successful in society but doesn't mean you aren't missing the other balance. Kanye West is considered successful on paper but we know he ain't there the balance ain't there.
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