My First Father’s Day Without Dad

My First Father’s Day Without Dad

Why I’m grateful for The Patriarchy and dismissive of the hysterics that demand men become dysfunctional women.

As we pulled into the memorial park where we buried dad on April 27th, it was quite clear that Father’s Day was being well attended. Families, large and small, were steaming into the park, decorating grave sites with flowers, cleaning the plaques that marked “beloved husband, father, grandfather”.

If men are as awful as female supremacists would have it, one could not help to wonder why anyone would be showing up in such numbers when the toxic male is no more.

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