Children must perceive mothers and fathers as equal parents, who contribute equally to raising them, supporting them, and loving them. When a child sees mother buying things for them all the time they don’t understand that dad is out working to earn that money, so they perceive their mother to be the one who buys their needs and their toys, and perceive her as the loving, supportive parent who becomes perceived to be the primary parent while father is secondary and only ‘visits’ once in a while. Fathers, who are victims of discrimination and parental alienation, know how cruel the system is when their child tells them that they don’t buy things for them like their mother does. Let’s stop discrimination of fathers. Learn more at www.adaf.ca .