- Name: Karen DeCrow
- Born: 12/18/1937
- Died: 06/06/2014 (76 years old)
Karen DeCrow (née Lipschultz; December 18, 1937 – June 6, 2014) was an American attorney, author, and activist and feminist. She was also a strong supporter of equal rights for men in child custody decisions, arguing for a “rebuttable presumption” of shared custody after divorce. She also asserted that men as well as women should be allowed the decision not to become a parent.
Birth Name: Karen Lipschultz
School: Northwestern University, Syracuse University
Alias: Karen Lipschultz
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Death Place: Jamesville, New York, U.S.
Karen DeCrow quotes :
The irony is that the more we fight age, the more it shows. Paint on a 50-year-old face brings to mind a Gilbert and Sullivan comic figure. Smooth the cheeks, and suddenly the ear lobes and hands look out of place. Do we run around in October, painting the gold leaves green?Karen DeCrow