UNITED NATIONS, Mar 9 ( – Beverley Smith, homemaker and mother of four, will have her charge of stay-at-home parent discrimination against the federal government heard by the United Nations tomorrow. Since 1976 Smith has been fighting against Canadian tax, divorce, and child-care laws that discriminate against homemakers.  Smith is not able to present the complaint herself. UN rules only permit access in person to those who were participants in the 1995 Beijing conference – almost without exception, a cabal of radical feminists.

Of note, Smith told the National Post that in a conversation with Junior Finance Minister Jim Peterson, Peterson was apologetic for his disparaging remarks about stay-at-home parents not doing work. “We had a nice talk. His mother stayed home to raise him and he felt badly for what he said,” Ms. Smith said.

Source: The National Post