In most divorce cases when the issue of child custody has to be decided, mothers have been somewhat superior to fathers in terms of being named the child''s primary carers. Many see this as flat-out injustice against thousands of men. The fathers'' rights movement claims that the court should always act according to the best interests of the child and – since various psychological studies have shown that it is highly important for the kid to maintain contact with both parents – the fathers should be granted equal custody. During recent years these movements have engaged in various forms of protest, receiving both praise and criticism. Fathers'' rights advocates themselves claim that they will not stop their campaigns until justice is achieved. In order to find out more about the above mentioned movement and some of its most recognized supporters – read this book.