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Sex Discrimination in No Man's Land
posted by Scott on Wednesday June 13, @02:05PM
from the inequality/double-standards dept.
Inequality Spartacus pointed me to this article from the Washington Post, about a Supreme Court ruling that upheld the double standard that unmarried mothers bearing children abroad can have an easier process to establish the child's U.S. citizenship than fathers. The reason this was justified was that mothers can be certain of their maternity, while paternity of a child can not be such a sure thing. If the court is practically acknowledging the problem of paternity fraud, could an understanding of the need for Choice for Men be that much further away?

Source: The Washington Post [newspaper]

Title: Parent's Sex May Be Factor in Citizenship, Court Rules

Author: Charles Lane

Date: June 12, 2001

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