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June 10, 2008

Los Angeles, CA--My recent His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentary for KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles discusses the way lesbian break-ups. When two lesbians agree to have a child together, and when the child has bonded with both his or her biological mother and his or her social mother, I believe that the relationship between the child and the social mother should be protected after the lesbian couple breaks up. To listen to the commentary, click here or on the audio button below. To learn more, see my blog post 'The lesbian biological mom does to her ex exactly what heterosexual mothers so often do to their ex-husbands...' or click here. His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentaries are broadcast daily on KLAA AM 830, a 50,000 watt talk station in Los Angeles and Orange County. KLAA AM 830 is owned by Arte Moreno, owner of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. From 2003-2005, His Side with Glenn Sacks ran in a syndicated talk show format in Los Angeles, New York City, Boston, Seattle, and other cities. To listen to show archives, click here. [audio:http://s90844510.onlinehome.us/gs/hsrc/mp3/hsrc-lesbians.mp3]

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June 10, 2008Los Angeles, CA--My recent His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentary for KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles discusses the unfair, anti-male spin the media put on a recent housework study. To listen to the commentary, click here or on the audio button below. To learn more, see my co-authored column Media Reaction to New Housework Study Minimizes Men"s Work, Sacrifice for Their Families   Tucson Citizen (4/1/08). His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentaries are broadcast daily on KLAA AM 830, a 50,000 watt talk station in Los Angeles and Orange County. KLAA AM 830 is owned by Arte Moreno, owner of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. From 2003-2005, His Side with Glenn Sacks ran in a syndicated talk show format in Los Angeles, New York City, Boston, Seattle, and other cities. To listen to show archives, click here. [audio:http://s90844510.onlinehome.us/gs/hsrc/mp3/hsrc-housework.mp3]

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May 28, 2008

Atlanta, GA.--The new CNN article Some ex-wives have to pay 'manimony' (5/22/08) discusses women who pay alimony. In the article, Ned Holstein, MD, MS, Executive Director of Fathers & Families, points to inequities in the family law system, explaining, "Thirty-three percent of higher-earning spouses are women, but fewer than four percent of alimony payers are women." Ned's quote was taken from his recent blog post The Wall Street Journal on Alimony: How Many Women Must Pay?, where he wrote:

"The Wall Street Journal ran two articles on divorce and missed the real meaning of each.

"Page 1 noted that 33 percent of higher-earning spouses, but only 3.8 percent of alimony-payers, are women (Men Receiving Alimony Want a Little Respect). A male weakness is asserted as the reason for this discrepancy: it"s all due to male shame, according to the article.

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May 13, 2008

Los Angeles, CA--My recent His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentary for KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles discusses the pitfalls faced by child support obligors who launch their own businesses. To listen to the commentary, click here or on the audio button below. To learn more, click here. His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentaries are broadcast daily on KLAA AM 830, a 50,000 watt talk station in Los Angeles and Orange County. KLAA AM 830 is owned by Arte Moreno, owner of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. From 2003-2005, His Side with Glenn Sacks ran in a syndicated talk show format in Los Angeles, New York City, Boston, Seattle, and other cities. To listen to show archives, click here. [audio:http://www.glennsacks.com/hsrc/mp3/hsrc-estrada.mp3]

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