Dads Aren’t Visitors 

Isn’t it telling that in an article about father’s rights [“Disposable Dad,” April 25, City Weekly], we still refer to it as “visitation.” He is a parent, not a visitor. The bias is that embedded in the system. One of the changes that needs to take place is that we start thinking of it as a co-parenting schedule.

WYNN ORMOND
Benson

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