At one point, the authoress speaks of the "dynamic" nature of Patriarchy—how it is continually morphing and evolving and shape-shifting like Proteus. From that, you would logically conclude (as you are intended to do) that feminism must forever vary its approach in order to stay on top of the game and teach those uppity patriarchs their place again and again. Hmmm. . . that sounds like perpetual revolution to me! And it sounds like they don't want feminism to be out thrown of a job.
Interestingly, this article was first published in the journal Feminist Criminology. Did you catch that? Criminology! Molly Dragiewicz views people like us in criminological terms! That is how she filters us; that is how she "lenses" us; that is the sociological hillside she wants to push us down.
However, what is REALLY interesting about this article, is that Molly D. includes 'Fidelbogen' in her bibliography, and cites me in several places. That seems a bit odd given that I am not principally a father's rights person per se - although I am certainly onside in spirit.
The PDF is hosted on the website of the Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children, a Canadian org which, as you will find, is the usual purveyor of anti-male memetic psy-ops wrapped in a "skin" that looks sweet and noble—everything from the 'in your face' photo on the front page, to the reiterated shibboleths and jargons which afford no crevice for any critical viewpoint to slip in edgwise; you'll find it all: