June 16, 2002
BILL QUICK REPORTS on a growing movement to protect “fathers” from paying child support for children who aren’t actually theirs. “But the children need somone to support them,” is the response, “and if these unlucky guys don’t do it, who will?”
This reminds me of Judith Jarvis Thomson’s unconscious-violinist example. And we all know where that leads. So why is it different when it’s men?