And who said we had a problem? It is already illegal like in the US, to beat your child. If anything the US has a serious problem with children's rights as they allow those paedophile sects to go on all in the name of religious freedom.
Oppressive fathers pass on their oppression to their sons. Quite a large number of the honor killings are done by brothers for example. As long as we dont do anything the oppression will continue, especially if there are forced marriages with "people from the homeland".There are more useful and less vulgar gestures toward the Islamic community than banning Burqas. It is not the cloth that the nations have problems with it is the symbolism of the cloth, instilled by an archaic tradition... An open war on the cultural symbolism of the Burqa is an automatic way to spawn a generation of angry Muslims (as it is oppression).
Oppressive Fathers die. Lead the new generation into a culture integration; don't deny them their freedoms.
I fully understand why the French are thinking of doing this and why many governments have floated the idea too. All depends on how they formulate the law, and as long as it does not solely target muslims alone then I have no real problems with it. As always it depends on the wording.