Talk about a no-brainer. The Court of Appeal is obviously right here.
More broadly, this is what you get when you hire a firm called the "Men's Legal Center" -- a for-profit law firm specializing in divorce -- to think up and advance constitutional arguments.
In other words, a loss. (Presumably on the client's dime.)
Not exactly their forte.
There are some cases in which you take an aggressive position for tactical or other reasons that make sense. This is not one of them. It's just a loss and waste of time. No benefit whatsoever.