Feminism is to blame for the stresses women and men endure in modern life, the chairman of a family charity has claimed.
David Hughes, chairman of the ManKind Initiative, says before feminism there was a clear understanding that the man in the family would earn money while his wife looked after the home and family.
Today, says Mr Hughes, of Newport, Gwent, even children are suffering the effects of the push for equal opportunities, with family break-up denying many their fathers' love.
His comments come as a Children's Society survey today shows family life is suffering as parents struggle with the demands of work and childcare.
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