But it is.

So the tender years doctrine, created more than a century ago was based on old gender roles. I cannot find any official documentation of NOW lobbying to put it back in place.

It’s also largely replaced by the best interest of child doctrine since the tender years violates the 14th amendment.

Even if NOW does try to keep this in place it doesn’t change the fact that it’s based on traditional gender roles, and only by overcoming those assumptions (something the MRA movement is against) will we ever see movement.

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