I checked out your site and came up with this:

"For example, according to a long-term study conducted in the United States and in New Zealand and published in Child Development, a fatherís absence greatly increases the risk of teen pregnancy. The study found that it mattered little whether the child was rich or poor, black or white, born to a teen mother or an adult mother, or raised by parents with functional or dysfunctional marriages. What mattered was dad."

I agree with a lot you have posted about the importance of dads, but I strongly disagree abut the comment about it not mattering whether or not the child was raised by parents in a dysfunctional marriage. Are you seriously suggesting that it would be better for a child to be raised in an abusive home, assuming that the father is the abuser, than for the child to be raised by a single mother?