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Thursday, 2 July 2009

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Michael Cycle, founder of Fathers for Justice

Sociologists have long pondered where the group Fathers for Justice came from, and now the answer has come out of the blue.

Fathers for Justice are a fanatical group of fathers, who use shocking and sometimes quite dangerous stunts to get their message across. Although it would appear that this message is confused somewhat, in that nobody actually knows what their message is.

Sociologist Katherine Stevens (no relation), has studied the problem for a couple of hours now, and has put forward her hypothesis.

"It comes down to the playground," she announced. "Go into any playground in the country at home time [editors note: paedophiles are requested not to follow this advice] and look around. You will see groups of women chatting. Around the outskirts are the stay-at-home-fathers, isolated and alone.

"There is no Mother's Mafia equivalent for men to reduce their feeling of isolation. Women are naturally more gregarious and social, whilst men find it difficult to make connections based on children's hair colour."

It is from these seeds that Fathers for Justice emerged. A group of men found a common cause beyond playing Gran Turismo on alternate X-Box 360s, and found a way to create a social network of men. With this network in place, and men being men, it quickly escalated into a series of dangerous stunts to get their message across that Fathers can Talk Too.

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