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Richard F. Doyle, MRA

Richard attended St. John’s Prep. School, Collegeville, Minnesota; White Bear High School, White Bear Lake, Minnesota; and St. Thomas College St. Paul, Minnesota.

Heavily into athletics as a youth, Doyle served four years with the U.S. Air RichardDoyleForce during the Korean War and three years with the Marine Corps Reserve, including a stint at officer training school in Quantico, Virginia. He was an air traffic controller for l7 years. He bore many holes in the sky as an active commercial pilot and flight instructor for 3 years. He coached two U.S. Tug of War teams at the 1986 World Tournament in The Netherlands.

Divorced in l957, and now happily re-married, Doyle was shocked by the anti-male prejudice pervasive throughout the court system. He formed the Men’s Rights Association (now Men’s Defense Association) in l972 and Men’s Equality Now (M.E.N.) International, an international coalition of similar organizations, in l977. He became an author and lecturer on gender issues, especially divorce. His best known work is The Rape of The Male (Poor Richard’s Press, l976. Now out of print). He has appeared on national TV shows, as well as many local TV and radio programs throughout the country. From 1972 until 2004 he edited and published The Liberator, première monthly (now quarterly) newsmagazine of the legitimate men’s/fathers’ movement with international circulation. A brief biography of Doyle appears on the Wikipedia website. Richard Doyle is the proud recipient of an award from the National Coalition of Free Men (NCFM) bearing this inscription, “With sincere gratitude for a lifetime of selfless service to the men’s and fathers’ rights movement. From your brothers at the National Coalition of Free Men.” And the Recipient of American Legion Honorary Lifetime Membership. “To Dick Doyle, who for years has been the backbone—& brain & muscle—of the Men’s Rights Movement… Dan Amneus” (From his autograph in the author’s copy of  the Amneus book Back to Patriarchy

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