"Quite frankly, men's rights has become a civil rights issue. When you think of the progress we've made in civil rights, men's rights as it pertains to the family have been neglected."
Cordell argues that profiling different groups based on skin color, age, disabilities, etc., is not permissible in any realm of society. Yet it happens every day to men and fathers when they walk into a family courtroom.
"It's time a light is shone on the injustice and there be the same sort of concern of fair play that is given other individuals," Cordell writes.