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13 October 2022
Boldrini is wrong
In the name of bigenitoriality and ideological paritarianism, the PD parliamentarian proposes an amendment to Article 37 of the Constitution, which speaks of the relationship between mother and child as deserving 'special protection'. It would be a great 'constitutional' gift to the lobby of separated fathers supported in particular by the League. And it would increase the risks for mothers and children
Laura Boldrini announces her intention to immediately deposit in Parliament a series of proposals that she calls a 'rights package'. These include the idea of an amendment to Article 37 of the Constitution which states that 'A working woman has the same rights and, for equal work, the same pay as a worker. Working conditions must allow the fulfilment of her essential family function and ensure special adequate protection for the mother and child'. Boldrini's intent is [...]
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2 January 2022
Fathers who kill
Davide Paitone killed his son Daniele and seriously injured his mother. A violent man, already detained under house arrest. He was also incoherent and a drinker. Yet in the name of 'parental equality' he was allowed to keep the child with him for New Year's Eve, a decision that ended in tragedy. But the right of the father, even if notoriously aggressive, is what counts most
Davide Paitone, a 40-year-old worker from Morazzone (Varese), is a violent man. He has already been accused of ill-treatment in the family, and is also a drunkard and incoherent. He had also stabbed a colleague after an argument and was therefore under house arrest. In spite of his violent temperament, he was allowed to keep his 7-year-old son Daniele with him for New Year's Eve. This concession was equivalent to a death sentence for the child, whose throat the father slit. After hiding the body [...]
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19 August 2021
Children taken away as if they were things
There are no laws authorising the violent removal of children. Social services, the only ones entitled to intervene in such cases, must refuse to carry out court orders. Doctors and psychologists cannot support these traumatic actions. Judges must respect national rules and international conventions. The government and parliament must stop this unworthy merry-go-round against children and their mothers.
Laws often do not exist, or if they do, they are interpreted in an anti-juridical way (see law 54/06 with its articles 155 and 155bis that should be read in a coordinated manner) or are simply not applied. Among the laws that are not applied is the Istanbul Convention, law 77/2013, which with its two articles 26 and 31 requires that in cases of domestic violence the mother and the child are both put in protection and that the foster care [...]
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17 June 2021
Misandry out of the Zan bill: a boon for mothers and children, a gift for abusive fathers
Antonella Penati, mother of Federico killed by his father during a "protected" meeting, speaks. The court and also the European Court of Human Rights do not consider the social workers responsible for failing to protect the child. And now, after the Pas, the danger of "misandry" against women and children is announced.
Forcibly snatching terrified girls and boys from their homes, taking them away from their mothers. Pisa, 15 June: forcible removal of an 8-year-old boy from his mother by order of the ordinary court with the intervention of 11 public officials who forced him to a sudden change of residence, to hand him over to his father with whom he has never lived - in Sicily - in the name of the so-called right to bigenitoriality.The psychologists of Protocollo Napoli stigmatize the incident, the Order of Psychologists of Lombardy [...].
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4 June 2021
Laura Massaro's child is no longer hers
The Juvenile Court of Rome has ordered that mother and child be SEPARATED FOREVER. The woman, judged to be a 'hostile mother', has lost her parental responsibility and will no longer be able to see her son, who could be forcibly removed at any time to be placed in a foster home.
A decree issued by the Rome Juvenile Court has ordered the removal of Laura Massaro's son from his mother, which may take place in the next few hours in a forced manner and without warning. Will we still have to endure the intolerable spectacle of a child being taken away by the police? The decree provides for the forfeiture of parental responsibility for the woman, considered a hostile mother, and the interruption of all relations with the child. The child will be placed in a foster home. The Court of Appeal in January [...]
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1 June 2021
In the Zan bill an additional weapon for violent men
The law is also against 'misandry', Zan keeps repeating, using a term invented by violent males. There is a serious risk for women: if PAS is not enough, they will find themselves accused by their ex-boyfriends and their lawyers of a new false crime.
Feminism's criticism of the Zan bill, in addition to the central issue of gender identity, also includes the inclusion of misogyny among the behaviours that can be sanctioned as hate crimes. The term 'misogyny' does not appear in the text, but that of 'sex'. To be precise, it speaks of 'Measures to prevent and combat discrimination and violence on grounds of sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability'. Those who have closely followed the drafting of the text will know [...]
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2 February 2021
Parentectomy: the mother removed like a tumour
Parentectomy: first a shock when I read the word in an article by Italian psychologists, subject to a common deontological code even if notoriously proponents of parental alienation, alias PAS. Then, coldly, the assessment that there could be no more appropriate terminology for the intervention that PAS advocates (G.B. Camerini, T. Magro, U. Sabatello, L. Volpini of the universities of Padua and Rome) propose in cases of parental alienation: the removal of the parent as if it were a tumour, a diseased organ [...].
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