MA Court Rules that Non-Bio Dads Must Still Pay Support

Not PC and Jim Castelli submitted this link from the Boston Globe, a serious setback for male reproductive rights. Not PC writes, "The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court says that it doesn't matter if there is a biological connection of a man to a child, he's still the father. In other words, he's guilty of being a man. Women, on the other hand, can bear children from any man and never worry about getting paid for it. They can even get college expenses for those children in Massachusetts." "Guilty for being a man" is exactly right. Source: The Boston Globe [newspaper]

Title: SJC says fatherhood goes past DNA test

Author: Kathleen Burge

Date: April 25, 2001

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