NCFM Advisor Michael Conzachi, evidence suggest wrongful prosecution of Army officers

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NCFM Advisor Michael Conzachi, evidence suggest wrongful prosecution of Army officers

Pogo knows best. U.S. Army Major & Head Prosecutor of Sexual Assault Cases at Fort Bragg North Carolina, Major Burris, Convicted of Sexual Assault in Courts Martial, Sentenced to 20 Years in Detention Barracks at Leavenworth. Evidence Suggests Retaliatory Prosecution. In 2012 and 2013, U.S. Army Major Erik Burris, 39, was 82nd’s Airborne Chief of Justice (senior prosecutor) overseeing sexual assault cases at Fort Bragg North Carolina. He had a distinguished 16-year military career and served in Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Recently, Major Burris was removed from the Army, sentenced to 20 years in the stockade, and ordered to forfeit all pay after being convicted of rape, sodomy, related sexual assault charges and disobeying an order. Now, he sits in a cell stripped of his military service and branded a sex offender. Major Burris has maintained his innocence. According...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans update on paternity fraud reform legislation in Washington

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans update on paternity fraud reform legislation in Washington

February 7, 2015 Update on Washington paternity fraud reform Senate Bill 5006 re: Non-Genetic Paternity Disestablishment/ Anti-Paternity Fraud Legislation. For anyone following this paramount legislation in Washington State to help relieve victims of Paternity Fraud, I wanted to let you know that on February 5th the Senate Law and Justice Committee held an executive session on the bill where they voted to adopt the recently prepared Substitute Bill which was done to appease opposition from the Division of Social and Health Services. The Committee then voted 4 yay’s (Republican) to 3 nay’s (Democrat) to pass the bill and referred it to the Ways and Means Committee. So what does all this mean you ask? I will try to break this down for you further as I myself am confused at times, but having been at this fight for the...
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NCFM sends complaint to commanding general at Fort Campbell Kentucky re disrespecting his soldiers

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NCFM sends complaint to commanding general at Fort Campbell Kentucky re disrespecting his soldiers

Our Soldiers deserve more respect. The text below the soldier in the picture to the left is hard to discern, but we spelled it out in the letter of protest sent to Major General Gary J. Volesky, Commanding General, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and Fort Campbell, Kentucky. It seems that the brass of the highly decorated 101st Airborne have stooped to guilt by association with little or not regard for the men and women that serve us so well, in peace and at war. Moreover, it seems that the recent Congressional and Presidential ravishment of our military over a nonexistent rape culture and nonexistent sexual assault epidemic endorses such callous disregard for our soldiers, to include creating literally thousands of sexual assault commissars to stamp out the nonexistent problems. Click on this link to read the letter 150104 lte...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review, Secrets of Great Marriages…

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review, Secrets of Great Marriages…

Secrets of Great Marriages: Real Truth from Real Couples about Lasting Love. By Charlie and Linda Bloom. Novato, California: New World Library, 2010. 233 pp. Review by J. Steven Svoboda Therapists, workshop co-leaders, and life partners Linda and Charlie Bloom have written a book that is more unusual than it should be. This book is packed with inspiring stories of pairs of people who manage to stay committed, to enjoy each other, and to move forward despite the many challenges life and marriage can offer. The Blooms networked through colleagues, relatives, and friends to locate twenty-seven married couples to feature in their book, each of whom have been together at least fifteen years and an average of thirty years. The list is diverse, including lesbian and gay couples, couples of various races including interracial couples, working-class people, four couples...
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NCFM files declaration making complaint public record in Santa Barbara re John Heffernan persecution case

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NCFM  files declaration making complaint public record in Santa Barbara re John Heffernan persecution case

Grand Jury Complaint Filed in California involving Prosecutorial Overreach of Restraining Order Violations. NCFM Files Official Court Declaration making Complaint Public Record. By NCFM A Voice for Men has filed a complaint with a Grand Jury in California, this time in Santa Barbara County, and sent a copy of the complaint to the local office of the FBI, Public Corruption . The National Coalition for Men in cooperation with AVFM has taken steps to make the complaint a public record and have filed a formal court declaration as to the existence of the complaint. After more than a year of investigative effort and the review of several thousand pages of official documents and transcripts, the complaint centers on the issue of prosecutorial overreach and misconduct in the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office; specifically Deputy District Attorney Von Ngyuen,...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans needs your help with paternity fraud reform legislation in Washington

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans needs your help with paternity fraud reform legislation in Washington

Update on Anti-Paternity Fraud Legislation in Washington State Legislature- Just an update to anyone following the Paternity bills in Washington State as it appears our story is not “cover worthy” this year by any media outlets other than one very small article in the Spokesman Review. Honestly I am pretty dumbfounded that none of the newspapers and/or news stations I have contacted have picked up on this issue, but perhaps that is because my blog and articles published by National Coalition for Men are doing a hell of a lot better job than reporters at the “Lame Stream” media can do… For those of you who do not know… Republican Senator Jan Angel (26th dist) is sponsoring SB 5006 this legislative session as well as newly elected (R) Representative Michelle Caldier (26th dist) sponsoring HB 1524 with the help of Representatives (R) Jesse...
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NCFM Adviser Charles Corry, Ph.D, “Why Veterans Can’t Get Jobs…”

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NCFM Adviser Charles Corry, Ph.D, “Why Veterans Can’t Get Jobs…”

Why Veterans Can’t Get Jobs by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D. President, Equal Justice Foundation Veterans have always faced some difficulties reintegrating into society after their discharge. That is particularly true if the veteran has been injured or wounded, even invisibly, by combat, training accidents, sexual assault, or the many other hazards of military service. However, society has compounded the problems for veterans of the perpetual wars of the new millennium in at least three major ways: (1) deceptive advertising, (2) mala prohibita laws like the War on Drugs, and (3) a malfunctioning Veterans Administration. I have broken these into three sections. I don’t have pat answers as to how balance might be restored but these problems don’t exist (or are ignored) unless and until they are documented and publicized. If nothing else perhaps these essays will chart some of the rocks...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans 8th letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation… Hey, I lied, so what, it’s my right and the state should reward me, it’s only fair…

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans 8th letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation… Hey, I lied, so what, it’s my right and the state should reward me, it’s only fair…

Dear Washington Legislators, Last year, two fellow victims of Paternity Fraud joined my husband and I in giving testimony in support of Senator Angel’s bill re: Paternity Fraud in Washington State. There were also two bar attorneys from special interest feminist groups who testified in opposition to this legislation. It did not go unnoticed by us supporters, however, that there was a complete absence of testimony from those women who have committed Paternity Fraud. In fact I would go so far as to bet money that there’s never been or ever will be a single instance of a perpetrator of Paternity Fraud testifying against this legislative reform, as such testimony would most certainly sound ridiculous and reveal these criminal masterminds for what they truly are. So, for the sake of shedding light on the female perpetrator side of the...
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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, “It All Balances Out—just four words, sounds simple, but it’s not…”

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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, “It All Balances Out—just four words, sounds simple, but it’s not…”

The following essay, It all Balances Out, is the product of many years devoted to searching out the right words with which to deliver our message to the general public. I’m indebted to recent critiques for these words in red that I’ve added in an effort to better communicate with my fellow MRAs (I also use the term “masculist” as synonymous with MRA). It All Balances Out—just four words, sounds simple, but it’s not. It is, I believe, a phrase that best describes gender reality throughout history and it’s a phrase that might cause the modern-day MRA to, shall we say, raise an eyebrow. I’m well aware that men suffer comparison with women in virtually every measure of wellbeing. But I respectfully request that my fellow MRAs hear me out on this. What you’re about to read demonstrates a...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans 7th letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation, What kind of civil society continues to treat victims as criminals?”

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans 7th letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation, What kind of civil society continues to treat victims as criminals?”

Dear Washington Legislators, The night of March 9th, 2010 is a night I will never forget. It was two days after my husband’s 31st birthday and the day he put a 12 gauge shotgun to his chin with the intention of leaving his children, family and life behind. It was also the day I had declared I was going to leave and divorce him after six years of marriage, marriage that was fraught with constant legal and emotional hell created by his ex wife. The same woman who committed Paternity Fraud against my husband had also torn our marriage and our lives to pieces during the pursuit of regaining custody of her child. And I was determined to escape and find some level of normalcy for my children before her false allegations of child abuse and unfit parenting led to...
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NCFM good thoughts to your and yours for the Holidays

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NCFM good thoughts to your and yours for the Holidays

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans sixth letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation, a Christmas poem

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans sixth letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation, a Christmas poem

  Dear Washington Legislators, In the spirit of this Holiday Season, I wanted to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, as well as leave you with this original poem… T’was the Month Before Session Twas the month before Legislature in Washington State As we defenders of freedom impatiently await Our Children’s stockings hung by the chimney are bare We victims of Paternity Fraud financially broke. Do you care? Our Children snuggled all warm in their beds While visions of expensive presents dance in their heads Little do they know their parents are sad That one more Christmas passed without justice to be had Their Mothers and Fathers begged for reform last year Hoping Christmas 2014 would bring Holiday cheer But our hopes were dashed when Jan Angel’s Paternity bill died And we victims remained...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans fifth letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation — Women committing Paternity Fraud are guilty of the following crimes…

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans fifth letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation — Women committing Paternity Fraud are guilty of the following crimes…

Dear Washington Legislators, Although I myself am not an attorney, and therefore do not claim to know all the intricacies of the law, I would like to show how various aspects of Paternity Fraud appear to fit several criminal actions as legally defined under the RCW (Revised Code of Washington). My intention is not to accuse, threaten or anger anyone in any capacity but merely to expand a broader concept of how Paternity Fraud may be interpreted as a compounding series of criminal actions that Legislators might not specifically be aware of. I think, however, that they should be, in order to better serve their oath of office and uphold their citizens’ Constitutional rights. A woman who has willfully and intentionally signed an affidavit of paternity (or default judgment against a man), while withholding knowledge of other possible genetic...
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Anti-Male Media Bias

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Anti-Male Media Bias

  Media Bias: Council’s sexism hurts good cause; feminist bias in ads clouds message, from the blog Political Cowardice May 9th, 2011 I’ve adopted several animals and rescued house rabbits and even volunteered at a wildlife shelter, so I know a good cause when I see one.  Promoting shelter pet adoption via the Ad Council’s “Shelter Pet Adoption Campaign” is a worthy cause. It’s a shame the feminists at the Ad Council let their bias against men get in the way of their message. This is not the first time, if there is on thread that runs through this organization’s ads it’s an effort, sometimes subtle, often overt, to disparage men and boys and cast women as superior, physically, mentally and even emotionally. The Ad Council is known for creating the ads we see on T.V. or hear on...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda, Esq. issues press release by Attorneys for the Rights of the Child

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda, Esq. issues press release by Attorneys for the Rights of the Child

Attorneys for the Rights of the Child Preparing Response to Today’s Draft Circumcision Regulations Released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) The human rights organization Attorneys for the Rights of the Child is preparing a response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding its release December 2, 2014 of a draft of proposed circumcision guidelines. Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) December 03, 2014 The human rights organization Attorneys for the Rights of the Child (ARC) (http://www.arclaw.org) is preparing a response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding its release on December 2, 2014 of a draft of proposed circumcision guidelines (https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2014/12/02/2014-27814/recommendations-for-providers-counseling-male-patients-and-parents-regarding-male-circumcision-and). J. Steven Svoboda, ARC’s Executive Director, commented today, “Sadly, the CDC has chosen to ignore the medical evidence to try to justify an outmoded and painful cultural—not medical—practice. In these days of...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans fourth letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans fourth letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation

Dear Washington Legislators, Owing to my own personal involvement, the issue of Paternity Fraud is, unfortunately, an issue I’ve had plenty of time to think about. So, I’ve given a lot of thought to the far reaching inequalities between men and women with regard to reproductive choice. Women have fought for decades to win and maintain a woman’s freedom to choose life or death for the fetus within her body. I am not going to argue either for or against a woman’s “choice,” but I would like to stimulate an honest conversation on the disparities between a woman’s right to choose vs. a man’s right to choose. Since the 1973 supreme court ruling of Roe v. Wade, women in America have basked in the glorious power to choose whether or not they wanted to become a mother. And, although...
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NCFM PRESS RELEASE calling for the resignation of University President Teresa Sullivan

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NCFM PRESS RELEASE calling for the resignation of University President Teresa Sullivan

NCFM calls for the resignation of University President Teresa Sullivan For Immediate Release December 7, 2014 National Coalition For Men (NCFM) Calls For the Immediate Removal of University of Virginia (UVA) President Teresa Sullivan. San Diego, CA – The National Coalition for Men (NCFM), a national organization dedicated to ending harmful discrimination of men and boys, is calling for the immediate removal of University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan. Rolling Stone magazine recently published a horrific story of gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity party in 2012. President Sullivan suspended fraternal organizations after the article’s release roughly two years after the alleged assault. The story and allegation have been discredited. “Suspending campus fraternal organizations based on sensationalized but unproven allegations is indicative of why an ever increasing number of college men, if not fraternal organizations, file lawsuits...
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NCFM Advisor Michael Conzachi, “Feel Good Story – U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts – Medal of Honor Recipient”

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NCFM Advisor Michael Conzachi, “Feel Good Story – U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts – Medal of Honor Recipient”

Feel Good Story – U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts (SSG Pitts) – Medal of Honor Recipient By Michael Conzachi While extreme feminist politicians like Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) screech about a fictional sexual assault epidemic in the military and on college campuses; few stories like that of SSG Ryan Pitts are followed by the main stream press for more than a day or two. All of us, including the media, need to be reminded most guys are good, instead of labeling every man in uniform a rapist in waiting and enacting draconian legislation to strip away their basic due process and constitutional rights. SSG Pitts is one of those good guys. He was recently awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions in one of the most ferocious battles in Afghanistan; the Battle...
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NCFM Member Jeanne Falla response to “Some women have many reasons to reject feminism” published in Contra Costra Times

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NCFM Member Jeanne Falla response to “Some women have many reasons to reject feminism” published in Contra Costra Times

NCFM Note: We are delighted to see this in the Wednesday 3, 2014 edition of the Contra Costa Times. Notice the letter above Jeanne’s is not only anti-MRA, it sounds downright hateful.  The irony is, things like this present a good opportunity to “sell” NCFM and show the public that we embrace both men and women in our pursuit of justice for all of us.  Thank you Jeanne for taking the time to write this wonderful letter and all the work you do…  It has come time to advocate for men The social movement that opened doors for women needs to open them for men, a point addressed in Esther Cepeda’s column, “Some women have many reasons to reject feminism.” Too many separated fathers face legal and societal barriers that keep them from their kids, which are just as...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans third letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans third letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation

Dear Washington State Legislators, My series of emails leading up to the beginning of the 2015 Legislature are intended to educate those of you who may be unaware of what Paternity Fraud is and how it is currently impacting Washington families. Because of the current laws under the Uniform Parentage Act RCW 26.26 regarding paternity, and how it is established and maintained, many men and children have been cursed with lives of legal, emotional, and financial disparity. Under RCW 26.26.116 a child is “presumed” to be the legal child of a man if, at any time during the pregnancy and birth of the child, the man has been in either a domestic relationship with, or married to, the mother of that child. This presumption of paternity extends a full three hundred days after the marriage or domestic partnership is...
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NCFM Kenyan Laison, circumcision “Horrific Cultural Practice”

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NCFM Kenyan Laison, circumcision “Horrific Cultural Practice”

HORRIFIC CULTURAL PRACTICE Today, a friend of Intact Kenya attended a circumcision ceremony at Karethani Boarding primary school, Gatunga, Tharaka-North subcounty, Tharaka NITHI County, Kenya, where 59 boys were cut. The ceremony was sponsored by Tharaka Women Welfare Organization. As the boys, aged 11- 16 years, one by one, faced a ruthless scalpel, you could hear the freaking voices of the adults surrounding and accompanying the boys. In their talks, you could hear some say, “if one is told to re-undergo the exercise I can’t accept”. I heard another man say “Thank God circumcision is not like giving birth, where one has to visit maternity ward as many times as the number of the children desired.” In the actual cutting, very few men could stare at the scalpel as it cuts a healthy, innocent skin of an innocent, helpless...
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NCFM wishes for you and yours to have the best Thanksgiving possible

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NCFM wishes for you and yours to have  the best Thanksgiving possible

I, like you, have received several emails wishing us and ours a warm and happy Thanksgiving. I wish that of us as well, but my thoughts wonder to things not so Norman Rockwell. Yesterday, I took a call from a 36-year-old father of three. He was crying, distraught, drained of hope. He has primary custody of the children and a restraining order against the mother. The mother routinely violates the restraining order. Neither the court nor police do anything about her criminal behavior. They will not arrest her, charge her with contempt, or intervene in anyway, except police have told her to leave when they caught her in the act. She calls our father of three 10, 20, 30 times or more a day, even when he’s at work. She stalks him, follows him, and berates him screaming at...
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NCFM San Diego and International Men’s Day

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NCFM San Diego and International Men’s Day

NCFM San Diego and International Men’s Day The “bjectives of International Men’s Day include a focus on men’s and boy’s health, improving gender relations, promoting gender equality, and highlighting positive male role models. It is an occasion for men to celebrate their achievements and contributions, in particular their contributions to community, family, marriage, and childcare while highlighting the discrimination against them. The National Coalition For Men San Diego Chapter held its third International Men’s Day celebration at Society Billiards and Café in Pacific Beach, California. Over 25 people, mostly NCFM members, enjoyed the celebration. There were no speeches, but all there knew we were celebrating the goodness of men and boys. Society Billiards made us tasty pizza and chicken wings. Several of us played pool. We made new friends. It was a great reason to get together and celebrate....
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NCFM Helps KSUMen stage “Male Students in Peril” conference at Kennesaw State University

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NCFM Helps KSUMen stage “Male Students in Peril” conference at Kennesaw State University

NCFM Helps KSUMen stage “Male Students in Peril” conference at Kennesaw State University On November 1, 2014, Kennesaw State University’s student organization KSUMen staged a highly successful men’s issue conference called “Male Students in Peril.” To our knowledge, this is the first conference of its kind in decades; and, the first of its kind sponsored by a mens issues student organization. Congratulations! The last similar conference of which we are aware is NCFM’s conference at Western Connecticut State University, April 23, 1983, in Danbury Connecticut, with the theme Stress and Survival: Dealing With Gender Issues. The keynote speaker was Suzanne Steinmetz, Ph.D. Suzanne was the first woman researcher to bring attention to male victims of domestic violence. NCFM staged two earlier conferences. The first NCFM college conference was at Adelphi University on October 24, 1981, in Garden City, New...
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NCFM SUES SELECTIVE SERVICE FOR REQUIRING ONLY MEN TO REGISTER FOR THE DRAFT

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NCFM SUES SELECTIVE SERVICE FOR REQUIRING ONLY MEN TO REGISTER FOR THE DRAFT

Updated November 22, 2014 The court clerk told us that the case is pending scheduling of oral argument, which could take five to nine months. She said after oral arguments are scheduled the court will decide whether they want oral arguments at all or whether, instead, they will decide on the briefs alone. It’s possible the Federal Government is stalling pending further action from the Pentagon. If they wait long enough the Administration may very well require women to register or end conscription. Either way, the action will be well received as a very good political move. Whether our case is heard or the Administration acts, some decision will come within the next 18 months, hopefully sooner. Here are our other articles in our battle with the Selective Service System: September 23, 2014: NCFM receives response from US Attorney...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans second letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans second letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation

Dear Washington State Legislators, Last week I briefly explained how my family has been affected by paternity fraud, and why I am so passionately asking for your help in supporting paternity reform in our State Legislature this next session. This week I would like to discuss the real victims of paternity fraud and the various ways they have been victimized by the current laws. Paternity Fraud occurs when a mother names a man to be the biological father of a child (usually for self interest), when she knows or suspects that he is not the biological father of the child. There are many victims of paternity fraud… -The Innocent Man, having been falsely named the father of a child and coerced into signing a paternity affidavit, is victimized legally, even in defiance of the RCW 9A.60.030 definition of Fraud....
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NCFM Supporter Timothy Patten, “Are men winning the battle of the sexes”

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NCFM Supporter Timothy Patten, “Are men winning the battle of the sexes”

Are men winning the battle of the sexes? A new gender movement for men has circled the globe and is changing the power balance in the age-old war between the sexes, leaving men as the winners. Boyhood Bullying Bullying is defined as unwanted and aggressive physical and/or mental actions done with the purpose of intimidating another person or persons. While it typically happens amongst school-aged children, it can be experienced by anyone of any age. Younger boys who are bullied can experience long-lasting effects that go beyond their high school years. Socially isolated youth of both genders are at an increased risk of being bullied. While young boys typically get bullied for being the smallest or thinnest amongst their peers, and often hearing words such as “weakling” or “sissy”. Without any idea of what manhood is or means young...
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NCFM Member Gary Constanza offers a petition to change the definition of feminism

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NCFM Member Gary Constanza offers a petition to change the definition of feminism

Let’s get real and change the definition of feminism The dictionary definition for Republican is: “favoring a conservative stance, limited central government, strong national defense.” The dictionary definition for Democrat is: “follows a liberal program, tends to promote a strong central government and expansive social programs.” Both are pretty accurate and in line with current accepted definitions. Political definitions such as these change over time, (for example today’s Republican has no resemblance to the Republicans of Abe Lincoln’s day) and reference books of the day should accurately reflect the currently held values, opinions, and actions of that political group. So why is this the definition of feminism in the Oxford dictionary? “the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.” In my opinion, and the opinions of many others, the dictionary definition...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda two thumbs up for Secrets of Great Marriages

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda two thumbs up for Secrets of Great Marriages

Secrets of Great Marriages: Real Truth from Real Couples about Lasting Love. By Charlie and Linda Bloom. Novato, California: New World Library, 2010. 233 pp. $14.95. www.newworldlibrary.com. Review by J. Steven Svoboda Therapists, workshop co-leaders, and life partners Linda and Charlie Bloom have written a book that is more unusual than it should be. This book is packed with inspiring stories of pairs of people who manage to stay committed, to enjoy each other, and to move forward despite the many challenges life and marriage can offer. The Blooms networked through colleagues, relatives, and friends to locate twenty-seven married couples to feature in their book, each of whom have been together at least fifteen years and an average of thirty years. The list is diverse, including lesbian and gay couples, couples of various races including interracial couples, working-class people,...
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waybackmachineOver the years millions of people worldwide have visited a National Coalition For Men website. Also over the years the site has changed dramatically, been taken down, moved, and otherwise uprooted. In those processes much information was lost, not recovered, and does not appear on this site. However you can see earlier versions and many of the extraordinary accomplishments of NCFM back to 1996 by using the WayBackMachine. In the search box type www.ncfm.org

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Interview with Erin Pizzey, the women who started the domestic violence shelter movement

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Great Resources for Abused Men

 
  • Male Survivor, Overcoming Sexual Victimization of Boys and Men
  • probono.net, provides resources for pro bono and legal services attorneys and others working to assist low income or disadvantaged clients.
  • LawHelp.org, helps low and moderate income people find free legal aid programs in their communities, answers to questions about their legal rights, and find forms to help with their legal problems.
  • Shared Parenting Works has parenting plans and other resources.
  • Walk a Mile in HIS Shoes resources for abused men in Canada.
  • One in Three Campaign resoures for abused men in Australia.
  • Stop Abuse for Everyone, one of the most comprehensive and oldest sites dedicated to victims of domestic violence. The site was recently upgraded with the assistance of NCFM. The site includes an interactive map of north America for helping to find shelter services that might or do help abused men.
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