Here was our response to their inquiry bringing up our thoughts to their community to try and get some insight.
I have found that the information age and advancements in technology makes this topic more and more complicated. Considering that anyone who knows how to use the internet (and that age is getting younger and younger by the minute) can look at court cases and documents online. I have found that some of the daughters in our community (DADpr - Daughters Advocating for Daddy's Parental Rights) have become resentful with their parents for the protection that parents are providing by not spilling all the beans. Once they find out anyway, how does one deal with the fact that the child got the knowledge from public records on the internet and not from the parent themselves. We've discussed how this affects trust issues but haven't really come to a conclusion. Any thoughts?
What do you all think? We'd love to hear from you!!
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