The Cause “Stand Up For Zoraya” celebrates the love fathers have for their daughters, inspiring them to embrace the important role they hold in their daughters’ lives and to provide the love, nurture, and emotional support that only they can give.
Stand Up For Zoraya is the voice of the child Since January of 2009, we’re happy to populate the Internet with information that is helpful, supportive, and conducive to fostering father-child relationships, reducing or eliminating Parental Alienation, for the betterment of our children’s psychological and emotional health, and for the future health of our families and societies.
In addition, Stand Up For Zoraya hopes to shed light on and reform an antiquated loopholes in our Legal Adversarial system in Family Law that degrades a father’s role. My fight my battle is not mine alone. I will not stoop to your level God knows my heart. I refuse to live in sadness I know God will make things right. I leave it in God’s hand.
Celebrates the love fathers have for their daughters
Power UP for national Parents Day holiday – IT’S THE LAW!
Mothers Day, Fathers Day, etc….. but PARENTS Day is the most powerful of all for family rights, by express command of federal law!
Parents Day is an official federal holiday, just like New Years Day, Presidents Day, Christmas, and the rest. Every federal holiday is based on a particular federal statute authorizing/enacting said holiday… The *entire* statute for Parents Day is short and sweet, yet ultra-powerful for…
From the notion which a) ignores the rigid definition of their roles and b) insists they are culturally favored.
From the tendency to evaluate themselves and each other by the degree to which they meet an impossible ideal.
From conditioned competitiveness and the fear of sharing failures, anxieties and disappointments with one another.
From a mistrust of their feelings and instincts and an over reliance on logical thought processes.
From the notion that violent action confirms and enhances their manliness.
From a relative ignorance of their bodily functions and disdain for their body’s warning signals.
From their conditioning to pacify and protect women, thereby inhibiting them from expressing their true feelings.
From the pressure to be what they are not in preparation for their success role.
From an over reliance on their jobs for a sense of identity.
From conflict between their polygamous sexual conditioning as youths, and society’s expectation that they will overcome that conditioning after marriage.
From preoccupation with sexual technique and from imperatives to concentrate on satisfying their partners sexually, seemingly at the expense of their own sexual pleasure.
From the social barriers and pressures which stand in the way of their establishing close emotional friendships with other men.
From the inclination to turn their wives into permission giving mother figures.
From the need to prove their worthiness as protectors and providers.
From feelings of inadequacy in matters of child care and child rearing.
From feelings which inhibit them from developing a closer more emotional relationship with their children.
From divorce laws which presume the naturally superior capabilities of women to care for children and which stereotype men as wallets.
From national conscription practices which play on their traditional role as protector of the family and society.
From harsher treatment under law for criminal violations than the treatment accorded to women in matters of arrest, conviction and sentencing.
From the notion that as a class they oppress women any more than women as a class oppress them, or than society in general oppresses both sexes through stereotyping.