How Men's Rights Leader Paul Elam Turned Being A Deadbeat Dad Into A Moneymaking Movement - BuzzFeed News

From Deadbeat Dad To Men's Rights Leader

The first time Bonnie met her father, Paul Elam, he cried like a baby. It was a summer day in 2005, nearly 25 years after Elam relinquished his parental rights in court and refused to pay child support for Bonnie, whose name has been changed, and her younger brother. Bonnie and Elam felt awkward at first as they smiled through their tears across a restaurant table, marveling at how much they looked alike. Elam told Bonnie that he was sorry he had failed her and that he wanted to develop a relationship.

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