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“The existence of alienation is not equivalent to a denial of child abuse or intimate partner violence. What is concerning is that the feminist advocates who, in the name of helping women, deny that alienation exists, do a great disservice to not only the many mothers who are unjustifiably alienated from their children, and often by abusive men, but more importantly do a disservice to the children.

[FN5] Similarly, fathers’ rights and “parental alienation syndrome” groups do a disservice to children and rejected parents if they portray all rejected parents as “victims” and resist scrutiny of the conduct of these parents.”