The Respondent on Father's Day Sunday

New Episode, The Father's Day Fundraiser, The Clubhouse Book Club Event & is Patriarchy worse than Coronavirus?

🎯 THE RESPONDENT

🕰 1pm PST Father’s Day Sunday

ERIN PIZZEY opened the world’s first refuge for domestic violence. This Sunday Erin joins me for a Special Father’s Day episode of The Respondent.

📺 Click HERE to watch.

🎗 CPU Charity Livestream

🕰 2pm PST Father’s Day Sunday

This Father’s Day Sunday at 2pm PST, please join our Charity Livestream and help us raise funds for our new nonprofit CPU: Children & Parents United, the charitable extension of THE RESPONDENT.

📺 Click HERE to watch the Charity Livestream Event.

CPU's mission is to promote and improve child well-being by providing information and resources; to policy makers, legislators, practitioners and the public, resulting in enhanced relationships and reduced conflict for those children and parents navigating our current family law systems.

🎗Please click HERE to donate to the charity.

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✳️ The Respondent Club on CH

🕰 4pm PST Father’s Day Sunday

The Respondent Book Club presents a special event in The Respondent Club on the audio chat app Clubhouse. Join me and special guests to discuss Father’s Day and championing the patriarch. I’ll be sharing more about my new book THE RESPONDENT: Exposing the Cartel of Family Law OUT JUNE 29th!

The Respondent is an unforgettable, true story––one shared by millions of fathers and boys forsaken by our country’s broken family-court system. Family breakdown is the single greatest threat to American society. Every day, more than 4,000 children lose a parent because of our archaic and inhumane family-court system. Every day, ten divorced men commit suicide. And now, one in three children in our country are without their father.

Yet this national health emergency was preventable.

The Respondent: Exposing the Cartel of Family Law (June 29, Koehler Books) reveals that this national mental health emergency is the consequence not only of the American Divorce Machine, but also of the demonization of men. Progressive elites in media, academia, and the corporate world are determined to deny fundamental realities of human nature, specifically the crucial role that father figures play in advancing the minds and character of boys. Frightening terms like “toxic masculinity” and “the patriarchy” have become omnipresent. In turn, they are driving a systemic loss of gender identity. Boys are suffering at school, at play, and at home. The damage to our society is immeasurable.

The Respondent is a blistering exposé of America’s corrupt legal system that attacks with impunity. And it’s an honest accounting of the modern male experience, in which gender bias presumes that fathers are less effective caregivers.

The Respondent is a heartrending book that speaks to all of us who believe that the gold standard of family life is for every child to be with his or her biological father and mother under one roof.” 

— ERIN PIZZEY, founder of the world’s first domestic-violence shelter

“Greg Ellis leaves readers looking forward. And what comes next is life. The Respondent will likely save lives—not just the bodies of men, but their spirit to survive.”

— MELANIE NOTKIN, entrepreneur and author

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My Article in The Federalist

Patriarchy worse than Coronavirus

Where is the empathy for men? The question doesn’t require us to disregard women’s historical suffering. Rather, it simply acknowledges most men are neither predators nor abusers, and asks the same empathy and sympathy for men that our feminist society demands for women.

Read my article in The Federalist HERE.

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