In the Network Mom we are in daily contact with a large number of women who have experienced complete meaninglessness. They have met the dark side of the Parental Responsibility Act: Abuse of power, collapse of the rule of law and an altogether sick culture.
We have asked ourselves: What would make this law make sense?
Here are our suggestions:
– If Denmark is trying to keep well-educated women within its borders in order to prevent “brain drain”, then it all makes sense. As a divorced woman, you cannot leave the country. At least not with the children. (The few, who succeeded, first placed their entire fortune in the hands of Danish lawyers.)
– One could imagine that Denmark is fed up with women who prioritize the children. Women are needed in the labour market. And the country needs women who will aim for the top of business life. The significance of children to (some) women is the biggest hindrance. So why not just remove the children from women? Then you free up their time for other things.
– It is also possible that someone in Denmark simply had enough of women altogether. So they made a law intended to run women down if they don’t obey their (ex-) husbands. Free women are hard to control. So the Parental Responsibility Acts puts them under control.
– Perhaps Denmark has a strategy of lowering the low birth rate even more, so the population cannot reproduce itself for sure. Then, the law makes total sense. What women with her self-respect intact would ever have a child under this law – if you knew what the law entails?
A woman, who has a child under the Danish Parental Responsibility Act, NO LONGER HAS THE SAME RIGHTS AND POSSIBILITIES as other women. She will have to leave behind her children, if she wants to live as a free person.
If Denmark DOES NOT WANT a modern society with democracy, rule of law and equal rights, then the Parental Responsibility Act makes total sense!
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