He claimed not to have anything against Gay custody of children per se;
He was shown ironing his own shirts (perhaps his female partner worked full-time, or maybe he just did it anyway ?);
He works in an area that was described as ethnically diverse, and, in one case, he scarcely seemed to need the pretext that a couple was living apart at the time of their child's birth as justification for giving priority to the mother's Muslim dietary practices over the father's mainstream Kiwi dietary practices.
(The Lesbians who call the shots on Domestic Violence propaganda on TV One and other anti-male propaganda-houses don't see men as people – just as the enemy. Enemies don't have feelings. A man is simply not a human being once the words "Domestic Violence" have been mentioned -- just as an unborn child, visible from an ultrasound scan, is not a human being, once its mother has unilaterally decided to end its life.
I myself have been assaulted, and threatened with assault by females in the workplace. These females have never suffered any negative consequences as a result of their behaviour, as far as I am aware. When I attempted to raise the issue of one of these women having been promoted, along with another provably anti-male woman, I received no reply from the Head of Human Resources, and when I placed the issue on the agenda of a union branch meeting, the Secretary shifted it down the order-paper to a spot below "General Business", in order to make sure that it was not discussed.
I have seen a woman slap her boyfriend hard on the head in broad daylight in Central Wellington, and the two carry on as if nothing had happened – indeed, as far as the enforcement of the Law is concerned, nothing had happened. You can only commit punishable assault on an adult male if you are yourself male, or grievous bodily harm results. Those in charge of Domestic Violence policy in the Police regard male violence as assault, and female violence as justified in some way.)
psychological abuse, as per the Domestic Violence Act 1995, which Feminist propagandists such as Professor Lenore Walker routinely say is worse than physical abuse (but of course, they are talking only about women victims);
the equality of men and women under the law, as per the Bill of Rights Act 1990.