With Father's Day literally just around the corner, some dads aren't feeling the love. It isn't anything to do with how their children are behaving, whether they will hug them in public or how the child feels about their parenting skills. In fact, it isn't about how the child sees the role of a father; it is how the court system does.
The group of fathers feeling this way has coined themselves Illinois Fathers and they are making their voices heard across the state and the nation -- especially on June 10, their self-declared "Fatherless Day." The men that make up this group are fathers or grandfathers, but they do not have custody of their children or feel that the court system has hindered their relationship with their children. Their feelings are felt on a national level, even with a lot of dads New York.