Stephen Baskerville is a well-known fathers' rights advocate, commentator and author. His article "Sex and the Problem of Human Rights" has just been published in the Winter 2012 issue of The Independent Review. This is a scholarly journal published by the Independent Institute.
The article covers three highly destructive feminist "human rights" campaigns: The Convention on the Elmination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), and international "domestic violence" campaigns. It also touches briefly on the "gender" cases of the International Criminal Court. One theme is that Anglo-American family law (especially law on divorce and child custody) is being exported to the world through these international treaties and campaigns. It also argues that these innovations are destructive of not only families and parental rights but also of national sovereignty and the constitutional protections of democracies.
The article is online at http://independent.org/publications/tir/article.asp?a=863, where you can leave a comment.
Baskerville published two earlier articles in this journal that are now taking comments too, if you care to leave one:
"Is There Really a Fatherhood Crisis?" is a general overview of the problem and the US government's midhandling of it (mistakes now being replicated in Britain).
"From Welfare State to Police State" is about child support and how the federal government is using it to make the problem much worse.