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Welcome Mothers4Equality a new community member

The Familylawwebguide welcomes Mothers for Equality to its growing list of Community organisations.

The Familylawwebguide welcomes Mothers for Equality to its growing list of Community organisations.

Mothers and Fathers this is for you to discuss the unique issues affecting Mothers that are not covered in other FLWG forums.

A private members area will be created in the next few weeks.

The 'Community' section for M4E should be completed within a few days.


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Sisyphus do Mothers for Equality have their own website as I couldn't find any listing for them on the internet? I was curious about their background. Thanks in advance.
I hope I am not telling tales out of school, but I believe the creator had started making the beginnings of a site, when she stumbled across this one.

Why not leverage off such a mature site and one who's aims are not disimilar?

Having a "mother's" presence on this site is something I have long hoped for. When I first joined, I did not see a lot of female posters and despaired at the thought that this might end up "another" men's site when it is so much more. (not that there isn't a place for men's sites)

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Aphrodite said
Sisyphus do Mothers for Equality have their own website as I couldn't find any listing for them on the internet? I was curious about their background. Thanks in advance.

Their site will be located in 'Community'. Note that many of the sites have their own dotcom names and 'port' here. An icann search under the variations of the names will show who owns the various 'dotnames'.

The intial port will be a couple of pages (working development). Artemis and a few others have seen the initial design pages.

The site leader can deal with the 'history'.

I have deleted your 'one liner' post in this topic


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Artemis said
I hope I am not telling tales out of school, but I believe the creator had started making the beginnings of a site, when she stumbled across this one.

Why not leverage off such a mature site and one who's aims are not disimilar?

Having a "mother's" presence on this site is something I have long hoped for. When I first joined, I did not see a lot of female posters and despaired at the thought that this might end up "another" men's site when it is so much more. (not that there isn't a place for men's sites)
Artemis, you are definately not telling tales out of school. Mothers4Equality was indeed in the process of being started when I was approached by FLWG.

The reason behind M4E is because of my own personal experiences, beliefs and associations. I was (and still am) a member of the Yahoo group Fathers4Equality which i personally believed was 'off putting' to some females, primarily because of the name, yet I had (and still have) the same beliefs and wishes for equality in parenting. After great discussion with some of the senior members of F4E, M4E was 'born'.

It is my aim to help encourage and educate women of the benefits of shared parenting for the sake of the children. I myself was very pro shared parenting when i divorced but feel society and my lawyer talked me into otherwise. I was only 25 with 3 children, and very naieve as to 'the system'. The past 8 years have taught me so many different things, and shown that there are so many options available to women out there. (and men of course)

The community pages for M4E are now open, as M4E grows I will be able to add more information to the site, at this stage the site and M4E itself are both in the making, and we are in the process of creating a private forum area as well for members. Ultimately i hope to create a growing network of women who will help educate and encourage other women when they are facing seperation.

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debraesq"The community pages for M4E are now open, as M4E grows I will be able to add more information to the site, at this stage the site and M4E itself are both in the making, and we are in the process of creating a private forum area as well for members. Ultimately i hope to create a growing network of women who will help educate and encourage other women when they are facing seperation"

I and many others, I am sure,wish you good luck on this site.Another place for parents to learn, dissuss and contemplate the future of children.
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