NCFM Adviser Charles Corry, Ph.D 2014 Review of Colorado Judges

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NCFM Adviser Charles Corry, Ph.D 2014 Review of Colorado Judges

2014 Review of Colorado Judges By Charles E. Corry, Ph.D. For a printable copy of the 2014 EJF evaluation of Colorado judges click here. There is general agreement that selection processes for judges typically works quite well and usually outstanding candidates are picked. There are, at times, biases built into the selection process that somewhat undermine it, e.g., a governor who primarily picks prosecutors for the bench who lack experience with civil law and real world experience. But even then most attorneys selected to mount the bench are quite good. But the step from a practicing attorney, who is a partisan advocate only defending one side of a case in an adversarial system, to becoming an impartial jurist weighing both sides of an issue against often obscure and poorly worded laws, the cause of justice, both federal and state...
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NCFM Member Nels Otto on “Perspectives on Sexuality and Dating”

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NCFM Member Nels Otto on “Perspectives on Sexuality and Dating”

Perspectives on Sexuality and Dating by Nels Otto When I asked the coordinator of youth and campus ministries if he would be interested in some men’s perspectives on the Our Whole Lives book I thought it would amount to just a few verbal comments. When I revisited the book and checked out some references, it turned out to be more complex and involved. Because of this I am choosing to share some of what’s been written on the subject from other than a feminist view. Feminist views are a start but they don’t tell the whole story. The men’s movement (Masculist) isn’t as strong, well-organized or well-funded (people knowledgeable in men’s issues estimate the difference in resources going into women’s issues to be in excess of 1000 times that going into men’s) so we hear almost entirely one perspective...
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NCFM Member John Erwin, Former FSO, “MISSING THE MARK, False Allegations in the U.S. Government

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NCFM Member John Erwin, Former FSO, “MISSING THE MARK, False Allegations in the U.S. Government

MISSING THE MARK False Allegations in the U.S. Government by John Erwin, Former U.S. Foriegn Service Officer (FSO)   *The statements in this paper do not reflect any official position of the United States Government. In a February 2013 Time Out Chicago interview, novelist Gillian Flynn discussed her best-selling thriller Gone Girl. When the interviewer asked Flynn, “You’ve said you want to counter the woman-as-victim motif of thrillers; you want to write about the violence of women. What’s at stake for you in imagining that violence?” Flynn responded, Women are just as violently minded as men are, but with men it’s taken for granted. It’s something to be gotten out of the system or something to be put up with or dealt with, whereas women, it’s still considered this very surprising thing. And that’s because of this, to me,...
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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich’s new video “It All Balances Out,” beginning the series…

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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich’s new video “It All Balances Out,” beginning the series…

Click on “Read More” below to watch this excellent video. After clicking on “Read More” and watching the video, please click on the broken NCFM man icon and join us in our battle to make the world a better place for all of us. NCFM is the oldest Men’s Rights organization on the planet. We’ve been helping others for over 36 years. We must be doing something right. Please help. Send us $5, $10, $50, or whatever you can afford so we can continue our mission. By clicking on the broken man you can give one time or on a reoccurring basis. We greatly appreciate whatever you can give. NCFM is an all volunteer organization. We could use your time and skills too! ________________________________   Share and Enjoy:Like this:Like Loading...
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NCFM College Student Member Sam Foxvog on “Our Own Movement, Theroy and Lobbying Voice

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NCFM College Student Member Sam Foxvog on “Our Own Movement, Theroy and Lobbying Voice

NCFM NOTE: Mr. Foxvog is one of our movement’s young activists. Over the next few years NCFM will be expanding our reach into college campuses to raise awareness of our issues which over time should make campuses more male friendly.  Students like Mr. Foxvog are helping make this initiative a reality at his school, Goshen College in Indiana. Please join him and NCFM in our efforts to make the world a better place for all of us. Harry Crouch, President Sam Foxvog Contributing Writer sefoxvog@goshen.edu  Our Movement, Theory and Lobbying Voice At this year’s Kick-Off, there’s no doubt one of the most powerful performances was Ammon Allen-Doucot’s poetry with Seth Yoder’s piano accompaniment.  This was based on a poem, “Compulsive Masculinity,” that Ammon wrote and posted on his blog, “Stray Thoughts, Little Couplets, Hopes, Dreams.” The content of this...
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NCFM Member Peter Allemano’s comments on his Globo TV interview re CA SB 967

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NCFM Member Peter Allemano’s comments on his Globo TV interview re CA SB 967

by Peter Allemano The abrupt ending to the news story on “Bom dia Brasil” — only 7 seconds into my appearance — suggests an unexpected, last minute need to shorten the report before airing. That’s too bad. But at least Globo TV refrained from the tack that’s followed by so many major media outlets here in the States: It did NOT try to pass off ideological axe-grinding as “news.” During the hour or so that the 2 two men from Globo TV visited me in my apartment, about 10 minutes of videotaping were devoted to the interview itself and 10 additional minutes to general discussion. Coincidentally, back in my 30s, I spent 2 months in São Paulo, studying Portuguese and working as a model. So — as the men entered — I greeted them in their native language. They...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D opinion published in Sacramento Bee about new domestic violence laws in California

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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D opinion published in Sacramento Bee about new domestic violence laws in California

NCFM NOTE: Governor Brown’s signing of a bill that tells judges to issue domestic violence restraining orders based solely on the testimony of the petitioner paves the way for even more false accusations without fear of repercussions. Domestic violence accusations become convictions Published appropriately on the eve of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the letter below appeared in the newspaper of California’s capital – The Sacramento Bee – on Tuesday, September 30, 2014. Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. Domestic violence accusations become convictions http://www.sacbee.com/2014/09/27/6740381/dv-accusations-become-convictions.html Re “Governor approves two domestic violence bills” (SacBee.com, Sept. 26): No one stands up in favor of domestic violence. However, one of the dangerously intended provisions of a DV bill just signed by Gov. Brown reads “It also lets judges issue restraining orders based solely on the testimony of the person requesting the order.” As commonly used...
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NCFM Australia Liaison Greg Andresen sends the latest news of domestic violence in Western Australia

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NCFM Australia Liaison Greg Andresen sends the latest news of domestic violence in Western Australia

New Anglicare WA Report finds over half of Domestic Violence victims are male for some forms of abuse Anglicare WA have just released their Community Perceptions Report 2014: Family And Domestic Violence. The report found that between 18 per cent and over 50 per cent of victims of family and domestic violence were male, depending on the kinds of violent and abusive behaviours surveyed. Percentage of victims that were male for different behaviours: Isolating behaviours – over 50% (exact figures not published) Shamed on social media – over 50% (exact figures not published) Being pushed, slapped, punched, choked or kicked – 42.6% Being induced to physical or emotional exhaustion – 41.0% Mind games and manipulation – 41.0% Being stalked or followed – 35.7% Forced sexual contact or coercion – 18.2% The report also found that between 14 per cent and...
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NCFM receives response from US Attorney General in National Coalition For Men; James Lesmeister v. Selective Service System…

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NCFM receives response from US Attorney General in National Coalition For Men; James Lesmeister v. Selective Service System…

Click here to rea the U S Govt’s Brief in Selective Service Case Appeal PDF file Background Selective Service (military conscription) | National Coalition For Men … ncfm.org/military-conscription/ Selective Service (military conscription). No gender oppression is comparable in magnitude to the deaths of males in war, which includes forced conscription. NCFM sues Selective Service for requiring only men to register for … ncfm.org/…/ncfm-sues-selective-service-for-requiring-only-men-to-register- for-the-draft/ Apr 4, 2013 … NCFM’s complaint alleges that because men and women are now similarly situated in the military, Selective Service’s requirement that only … NCFM files opening appellate brief in NCFM v. Selective Service … ncfm.org/…/ncfm-files-opening-appellate-brief-in-ncfm-v-selective-service- system/ Jun 25, 2014 … Selective Service System as premature (not “ripe”) because the military had not completely implemented its new policy of allowing women to … Dragonslayer Schlafly wrong on Selective Service | National … ncfm.org/…/selective-service/dragonslayer-schlafly-wrong-on-selective- service/ Jun 24,...
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NCFM Member Steven DeLuca abused musings, two women

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NCFM Member Steven DeLuca abused musings, two women

I knew two women, poorly educated, one ran the local safe house and the other gave talks to schools and the police department using the myths of DV that have been used for years. One of the women had a son that I took to play tennis with my son. I had dinner with them and with a girlfriend, I will call her Nancy. Nancy had a lot of trauma in her life, two siblings died from Cystic F, her dad committed suicide, but to me she was beautiful, loving and sexy, until she became increasingly violent.  Her father was bipolar and she turned out to be as well.  Prior to my relationship with her she had been violent with other men, I learned later.  When we were together as lovers but not living together at one point my...
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NCFM Member Mark Lesmeister letter about false domestic violence stats in Huston Chronicle

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NCFM Member Mark Lesmeister letter about false domestic violence stats in Huston Chronicle

Domestic fights Regarding “Domestic violence not confined to the NFL” (Page B7, Friday), Jeff Temple makes some valid points about the prevalence of domestic violence in the U.S. However, why is it that every article about domestic violence must be marred by misleading statistics that minimize the two-sex nature of the problem? Temple claims that female victims “far outnumber” male victims? Yet, the very same survey that found 24 percent of women suffer violence at the hands of an intimate partner in their lifetimes found that 14 percent of men are similarly victimized. When one includes other types of family violence such as elder abuse and child abuse, male victims become even more prevalent. Even those numbers don’t include violence done to men by non-family members at the behest of a former intimate partner, which doesn’t even get counted...
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NCFM NorCal and Bay Area Fathers’ Support Group invite you to a gettogether!

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NCFM NorCal and Bay Area Fathers’ Support Group invite you to a gettogether!

National Coalition For Men, the longest running mens advocacy organization on the planet. Share and Enjoy:Like this:Like Loading...
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NCFM Member Alan Millard writes, “Elliot Rogers: A Tragic Case of Female Bullying”

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NCFM Member Alan Millard writes, “Elliot Rogers: A Tragic Case of Female Bullying”

Elliot Rogers: A Tragic Case of Female Bullying  By Alan Millard Female bullying of young men/older boys is a problem–commonly conveyed through rejection and humiliation in movies, other media, and is evident on college campuses–just as any other form of bullying. An example was provided by 18-year-old Elliot Rogers who in May 2014, went about expressing his resentment in the wrong way, killing and injuring several people before he was shot by the police. However, it’s interesting how the sex-biased media quickly refers to someone as this as a woman-hater yet fails to make the same reference to the many women who commonly express their hatred of men. The counterpart hatred of men is the cause of his condition, no different than the other forms of bullying that have resulted in school killings. Women are commonly cruel in rejecting...
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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen and the One in Three campaign media release, “One third of domestic violence victims denied services”

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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen and the One in Three campaign media release, “One third of domestic violence victims denied services”

16 Sep 2014 6:00 AM AEST Media release – for immediate release – Tuesday September 16th 2014 One third of domestic violence victims denied services Following last week’s launch of Our Watch – a new national initiative aimed to prevent violence against women and their children – the One in Three Campaign has released a new analysis of the latest Australian data on male victims of family violence. Senior Researcher Greg Andresen said, “We are very glad to see violence against women being taken so seriously by the Australian Government. However we are extremely concerned that one third of victims of sexual assault and family violence are excluded by One Watch and its sister organisation ANROWS simply on the basis of their gender.” The analysis of the ABS Personal Safety Survey and the AIC Homicide in Australia, 2008–10, published...
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NCFM Arizona Chapter President Richard Cassalata M.Ed. article on the Domestic Violnece Industries backdoor politics in Arizona

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NCFM Arizona Chapter President Richard Cassalata M.Ed. article on the Domestic Violnece Industries backdoor politics in Arizona

The Back Door Politics of Arizona’s Domestic Violence Coalitions: A Real Threat to Real Victims  By Richard Cassalata M.Ed. NCFM-Arizona and Men’s Rights Group of Arizona (www.mensrightsofarizona.com) was contacted by the Arizona Children and Families Foundation (www.azcff.com) about a not so secret, but yet, “secret” government meeting about domestic violence policy implications in Arizona. NCFM-Arizona received notice of this “public” hearing thirty minutes before the Committee on the Impact for Domestic Violence and the Courts began this so-called public hearing on September 9, 2014. Being informed of the implications of this meeting for new legislative action on domestic violence we were forced to drop everything to attend the meeting fearing the worst possible outcome for the citizens of Arizona. The worst meaning, male victims of domestic violence would have no voice in legislative issues if men’s rights organizations were...
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NCFM Advisers Gordon Finley, PhD., and Dianna Thompson quoted in article “Yes Means Yes”

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NCFM Advisers Gordon Finley, PhD., and Dianna Thompson quoted in article “Yes Means Yes”

Yes Means Yes Posted by Robin Goldsworthy on Sep 11th, 2014 and filed under News.  . By Jason KUROSU The California State Senate unanimously passed SB 967 last week, a bill which, if signed by Gov. Jerry Brown this September, will make significant changes to the nature of sexual assault investigations at California college campuses. Dubbed the “Yes Means Yes” bill, the legislation would redefine what constitutes rape, as well as emphasize affirmative consent when campuses determine whether sex was consensual or not. Under the provisions of the bill, silence, lack of protest or resistance or past relations would not signify that consent was given. The bill also does not allow for consent in any case of incapacitation due to drugs and/or alcohol, nor can consent be assumed if “the complainant was asleep or unconscious” or “the complainant was...
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NCFM Carolinas launches campaign at UNC-Chapel Hill to educate students about horrific new campus sexual assault policies

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NCFM Carolinas launches campaign at UNC-Chapel Hill to educate students about horrific new campus sexual assault policies

On September 9, 2014 NCFMCarolinas takes to the street to voice concerns over UNC’s flawed new sexual assault policy The National Coalition For Men Carolinas (NCFMC) kicked off their Fall campus crusade campaign by traveling to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and distributing material that openly questioned how college students are denied fundamental civil rights by the university as a direct consequence of UNC’s newly implemented sex policy. Family Weekend at the UNC-Chapel Hill is described as a special time set aside for parents and families to reconnect with their student, meet other Carolina families, and connect with faculty and staff. This event provided an excellent forum for NCFMC street activism and though the heat and humidity were bordering oppressive, the team of volunteers did a great job of engaging students and parents walking down Franklin Street. Appearing...
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NCFM Advisers Gordon Finley, Dianna Thompson, PR Director Steven Svoboda, and President Harry Crouch in the news about SB 967

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NCFM Advisers Gordon Finley, Dianna Thompson, PR Director Steven Svoboda, and President Harry Crouch in the news about SB 967

NCFM Advisers Gordon Finley, Dianna Thompson, PR Director Steven Svoboda, and President Harry Crouch in the news about SB 967! NCFM’s efforts to stop California’s misandric legislative effort Senate Bill 967 have garnered some attention and will hopefully help facilitate our recommendations to Governor Brown not to sign the bill. In brief, SB 967 requires college students to secure affirmative consent consistently when having sex, gives license to false accusations absent and sanctions for false accusers, denies the accused due process, will cost the state and our colleges hundreds of millions of dollars in law suits, and sets the stage for ruining innocent lives. There is no evidence anywhere to even suggest such legislation will prevent anything other than a fair hearing. There is no legitimate evidence anywhere that there is a sexual assault crisis warranting such intrusive legislative...
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NCFM Award Winner Cathy Young article in Time, “Campus Rape: The Problem with ‘Yes Means Yes’

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NCFM Award Winner Cathy Young article in Time, “Campus Rape: The Problem with ‘Yes Means Yes’

Opinion Campus Rape: The Problem with ‘Yes Means Yes’ by Cathy Young @CathyYoung63 Having the government dictate how people should behave in sexual encounters is a terrible idea The campus crusade against rape has achieved a major victory in California with the passage of a so-called “Yes means yes” law. Unanimously approved by the state Senate yesterday after a 52-16 vote in the assembly on Monday, SB967 requires colleges and universities to evaluate disciplinary charges of sexual assault under an “affirmative consent” standard as a condition of qualifying for state funds. The bill’s supporters praise it as an important step in preventing sexual violence on campus. In fact, it is very unlikely to deter predators or protect victims. Instead, its effect will be to codify vague and subjectively defined offense of nonconsensual sex. No sane person would quarrel with...
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NCFM Complaint to NPR re sexism triggers Ombudsman’s response and over 700 comments, “Sexism, Only This Time About Men”

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NCFM Complaint to NPR re sexism triggers Ombudsman’s response and over 700 comments, “Sexism, Only This Time About Men”

NCFM NOTE: This is somewhat out of date order since we posted a subsequent response before reading the following article. Nonetheless our complaint triggered a massive discussion with over 700 comments on NPR Ombudsman’s website. Please notice NPR uses the proper name, “Ombudsman” rather than the PC Ombudsperson… interesting. We need more national conversations like this. It’s important that we as a culture and society continuously check and re-examine our assumptions, especially those codified in law that impact the way we related to each other. This exchange with NPR is one example of how we can invigorate such a discussion. While we don’t agree with Mr. Schumacher-Matos findings we appreciate his considered response and wonder if his hyphenated name is telling…just a thought (no, NCFM has no position on hyphenated names). Sexism, Only This Time About Men by Edward...
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NCFM Adviser Julie Brand, author, counselor, survivor, and highly sought after dynamic speaker, will be in San Diego September 11 talking about Female Sex Offenders in Positions of Trust. You are invited.

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NCFM Adviser Julie Brand, author, counselor, survivor, and highly sought after dynamic speaker, will be in San Diego September 11 talking about Female Sex Offenders in Positions of Trust. You are invited.

  NCFM NOTE: If you are a survivor of female sexual abuse, male or female, or a professional working in a field in which people are abused you should attend this presentation. There’s no charge, but if you think if “free” means “not worth it” you are absolutely wrong. Julie will be in town presenting at the 19th International Conference & Summit on Violence, Abuse & Trauma (IVAT) conference. Many survivors either cannot afford the high cost of the IVAT conference or don’t know about it since they don’t work in a related field. Some professionals may not be able to attend for a variety of reasons. Julie believes it’s important for both survivors and professionals to understand the horrific consequences of being sexually abused by a female in a position of trust. Hence, this free opportunity to which...
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NCFM Member Ray Licht response from NPR Ombudsman adds more evidence of sexism!

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NCFM Member Ray Licht response from NPR Ombudsman adds more evidence of sexism!

NCFM NOTE: NCFM filed a formal complaint with the NPR Ombudsman too. We have yet to receive a reply. Anyone who listens to NPR, even for the shortest of time, cannot miss the bias against men, especially on their national shows. How anyone can come to another conclusion escapes me, unless paid to do so… NPR Adds Evidence of Sexism By Ray Licht I recently performed an informal study of anti-male sexism on National Public Radio. This consisted, for the most part, of examining the pro-female and anti-male sexism broadcast over NPR’s afternoon news radio program, “All Things Considered,” (ATC) during the month of February, 2014. I have counted fifty examples of this bias against men by ATC in my report of the study. (The report, “Why Is NPR So Sexist?,” can be found at http://ncfm.org/2014/04/action/ncfm-member-ray-licht-writes-the-superb-article-why-is-npr-so-sexist/. I believe that...
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NCFM Arizona Chapter President Rich Cassalata, M.Ed, helps bring like-minded groups together

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NCFM Arizona Chapter President Rich Cassalata, M.Ed, helps bring like-minded groups together

Men’s Rights Groups in Arizona? Several Growing and Politically Active Men’s Rights Organizations Now on the March! When we think about men or father’s rights groups we often think about mainstream organizations such as the National Coalition for Men, A Voice For Men, Honeybadgers, a Shrink4Men and other major organizations. These organizations often lead the charge for men’s rights activism and debate the issues of the day. Even fewer organizations, including the National Coalition for Men, take active steps to ensure men, father and family friendly legislation is supported within our many state governments. The National Coalition For Men often focuses on legislation that could be harmful to men, families and students in a variety of social issues. NCFM often takes steps to ensure wrongheaded legislation is not passed in the name of “gender justice” when possible. Readers on...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley urges Governor Brown not to sign SB 967 which denies due process to college students accused of sexual assault

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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley urges Governor Brown not to sign SB 967 which denies due process to college students accused of sexual assault

The Denial of Due Process May Bankrupt Universities Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. With now literally hundreds of editorials and op-eds taking positions both pro and con on California’s SB 967 – as well as the broader issue of “affirmative consent” for sexual relations — it is virtually certain that the California legislature will pass and send to Governor Brown’s desk SB 967 in the coming week. The bill is titled: “Student safety: sexual assault.” Writing as a faculty member of more than four decades in four universities, it is tragically clear that this campus rape crusade bill presumes the veracity of accusers (a.k.a. “survivors”) and likewise presumes the guilt of accused (virtually all men).  This is nice for the accusers – both false accusers as well as true accusers — but what about the due process rights of the accused? Critically,...
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NCFM Member Daniel Arp MRA one man band

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NCFM Member Daniel Arp MRA one man band

NCFM NOTE: Daniel Arp has been a member of the National Coalition For Men (NCFM) for years. He regularly takes advantage of opportunities to speak about men’s issues before various board of directors or other governing bodies at public forums where anyone can speak for two to three minutes. Doing so is lonely work for any men’s rights activist but Daniel perseveres. His determination and dedication are the stuff of true activists and a fantastic example of what one person can do to educate thousands. Thank you Mr. Arp for all you do. Thank you very much… Gov. Rick Perry (Texas), mailed Daniel his 2nd Prostate Cancer Awareness Month proclamation, which he showed off during his speeches. You see, it’s because of Daniel’s one man band that Texas has a Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. ________________ Below is my speech...
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NCFM Member Man Up asks Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego why they don’t ask women to women up?

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NCFM Member Man Up asks Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego why they don’t ask women to women up?

One of our NCFM members received this email on Tue, Aug 19, 2014 at 5:13 PM, from Milvi Chao, Recruitment and Enrollment Specialist, Operation Bigs/Military Mentoring Program, Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego County,  which lead him to their “Man Up” campaign. “Dear Reserve Officers Association of San Diego, Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego County is looking to recruit volunteers for our Operation Bigs program, where volunteers mentor military children. Are there any upcoming events where I can present to potential volunteers? Without the support of extended family, our volunteers provide the support, consistency, and friendship to military children in situations like having a parent deployed, moving to a new city, or transitioning into a new school. Reserve Officers Association would be a great way for us to inform people about our need for volunteers. Your...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda on Public Radio KZFR today talking about stopping circumcision

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda on Public Radio KZFR today talking about stopping circumcision

NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda will be appearing on the Chico, California Public Radio Station KZFR (not KCFR as previously stated) at 6 PM today, August 20, 2014. Georganne Chapin of Intact America will also be appearing. The host is Sterling Ogden and the show is titled, “The Real Issue.” The show will be streamed in real time at www.kzfr.org and will also be archived following the show. To support the work of Attorneys for the Rights of the Child, please visit http://arclaw.org/donate. Steven Svoboda Attorneys for the Rights of the Child www.arclaw.org Stop circumcision! Males should have a right to decide for themselves about circumcision upon reaching the age of majority. Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Stop circumcision Share and Enjoy:Like this:Like...
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NCFM Carolina’s President meets with Senator Burr over proposed legislation for handling sexual assault allegations on college campuses

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NCFM Carolina’s President meets with Senator Burr over proposed legislation for handling sexual assault allegations on college campuses

NCFM NOTE: Here’s an example of responsible activism in the war against men. The President of our NCFM Carolina’s Chapter has coordinated efforts with like-minded organizations and working with the families of young college students falsely accused of sexual assault. The NCFM Carolina’s website is one of the best sources of related information on the Internet about the war against our college men. It was through these efforts that we gained permission to give written testimony on the pending Campus Safety and Accountability Act which is now part of the Congressional Record. Subsequently, Senator Burr‘s (Senior Senator North Carolina) office offered a meeting, not just with staffers, but with Senator Burr himself. We need more efforts like this. We need more advocates like our NCFM members in North Carolina. We need more direct relationships with elected officials. Let us know...
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NCFM Advisers Gordon Finley and Dianna Thompson article “Affirmative Constent U” published in Santa Barbara Independent

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NCFM Advisers Gordon Finley and Dianna Thompson article “Affirmative Constent U” published in Santa Barbara Independent

Affirmative Consent U By Dianna Thompson and Gordon E. Finley Young Men’s Rights in Peril Monday, August 11, 2014 Rape and sexual assault are very serious crimes, and we applaud efforts to protect both male and female students on California campuses. However, SB 976 introduced by State Senators Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) and Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) would initiate harmful changes with disastrous consequences for California’s sons. The bill adopts the “preponderance of evidence” standard. That is a lower bar than the “beyond reasonable doubt” standard used in the criminal courts or the middle-ground “clear and convincing evidence” standard typically used in matters with serious consequences to the accused. In the college setting, the accused will be saddled with a lifetime “sex offender” stigma because of an ambiguous social interaction, not a forcible rape. The U.S. Department of Justice data reveals...
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NCFM Chicago Face2Face Board Meeting Venue Changed!

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NCFM Chicago Face2Face Board Meeting Venue Changed!

Announcement! NCFM Face-to-Face in Chicago (CHANGE OF VENUE!). Friday September 5th through Sunday September 7th, 2014. All NCFM members encouraged to attend! RSVP to ncfm@ncfm.org by August 15, 2014*. Please put in the subject line RSVP Chicago. Hello fellow NCFM Members! The National Board Meeting has been changed from the Kuempel Men’s Center to the Best Western Hotel in Rosemont near Chicago’s O’Hare airport. Free shuttle to and from Chicago O’Hare Airport and the hotel. Free continental breakfast and hot breakfast upon request. The Best Western is holding 12 rooms for us until August 22nd. The hotel has one restaurant and a café. Free parking for those of you driving. Rooms with refrigerator and microwave upon request. There’s full list of amenities and local facilities on their fact-sheet. Call and ask for Halle Long (847) 296-4471; or, check with the front desk....
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NCFM Member and member of Leading Women for Shared Parenting, Teri Stoddard, asked that we post this appeal from the Leading Women for Shared Parenting

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NCFM Member and member of Leading Women for Shared Parenting, Teri Stoddard, asked that we post this appeal from the Leading Women for Shared Parenting

NCFM NOTE: NCFM is pleased to post this appeal and excited to hear about the possible opportunity in North Dakota. If you can support this effort please do.   If You Want a Shared Parenting Movement, Here’s an Opportunity I hope you don’t like this article. On May 17th, 2004, Massachusetts became the first US State to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. In the following decade, eighteen additional States passed laws allowing gay marriage and fourteen others have rulings moving through appellate courts. It would be almost impossible to argue that allowing gay marriage in Massachusetts didn’t help its advocates in Pennsylvania, New Mexico, California and elsewhere. Clearly, there are differences between the gay marriage and shared parenting movements, as there would be with any two social issues. High on the list of differences is that lawyers...
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NCFM Member/Advisor Michael Conzachi, The Current Push for Colleges to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Assault can hurt valid cases: A Law Enforcement Perspective.

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NCFM Member/Advisor Michael Conzachi, The Current Push for Colleges to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Assault can hurt valid cases:  A Law Enforcement Perspective.

About the author: Michael Conzachi is a retired three decade police detective from Southern California, a former police academy instructor, a U.S. Army veteran of the 82nd Airborne Division and is a frequent contributor and current NCFM Adviser. The Current Push for Colleges to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Assault can hurt valid cases: A Law Enforcement Perspective. In recent weeks and months, there has been a flurry of activity regarding the investigation of sexual assault allegations on college campuses, to be handled by administrators and student disciplinary boards. That is probably the worst idea since the invention of the square wheel, and the clapper. I speak from the perspective of having spent three decades in law enforcement and nearly two decades as an investigator. Not only are college tribunals unqualified to take on such as task, but many in...
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NCFM Member/Adviser Phillip Cook on Anderson Cooper 360

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NCFM Member/Adviser Phillip Cook on Anderson Cooper 360

NCFM NOTE: This panel discussion, about Ray Rice and domestic violence, is the only discussion on a major network show that we’ve seen  (Anderson Cooper 360), in which everyone, including the host, acknowledge that not only doe women abuse men but theirs a double standard! Amazing. Not even one misandric feminist on the show. Looks like we are making headway. And Mr. Phillip Cook is superb. Thanks you Phil! Thank you Anderson Cooper! CNN 7/30/2014 11:40:20 PM: …>>> so tonight the baltimore ravens announced that their star running back ray rice will address the media tomorrow. the nfl suspended rice for two games after charges he assaulted his fiancee. espn’s sportscaster stephen a. smith made these comments about domestic abuse after that. >> we got to also make sure that you can do your part to do whatever you can do to make — to try to make sure it doesn’t happen. we know...
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NCFM Member Paul Clements on False Rape Accusations

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NCFM Member Paul Clements on False Rape Accusations

NCFM NOTE: Here’s a well-reasoned article by one of our long time standing members and staunch defender of father’s rights… By: Paul Clements, DADD-SC FALSE RAPE ACCUSATIONS New Hampshire Governor John  Lynch was quoted as saying that, “it’s time for everyone to realize they should support victims of sexual assault,  and hold their abusers accountable.”  Grace Mattern, NH Sexual Assault Coalition executive director echoes the Governor by saying that “Victims are never to blame”.  Maybe! It all depends on whether the accusers are really victims.  You see, what this feminist governor and his feminazi pals in the domestic violence industry don’t want us to know, is that a large percentage of sexual assault reports are patently false. Begin with Jane Roe, of the Roe v.Wade case.  Roe eventually admitted that she lied about being raped for the simple reason...
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NCFM Vice President responds to criticism about MRA’s and the AVfM conference in Detroit

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NCFM Vice President responds to criticism about MRA’s and the AVfM conference in Detroit

 Yes, feminists do promote discrimination against men; A Response to Criticism of Men’s Rights Activists;   By Marc E. Angelucci, Esq. On June 26-28, 2014, I had the pleasure of attending the first International Conference on Men’s Issues, Sponsored by “A Voice For Men (AVfM),” in Detroit.  Hundreds of people came from around the world, including many women and minorities, to peacefully discuss fathers’ custody rights, male victims of domestic violence, false accusations, paternity fraud, and other issues affecting men and boys.  The first three speakers were women, including the first black woman on the Canadian Parliament, Senator Anne Cools.  The conference was a tremendous success. But as we expected, following the conference we saw a barrage of yellow journalism in the media that glossed over the issues and focused mostly on stereotyping men’s rights activists (MRAs) who organized...
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See NCFM Wayback

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

 
  • Dometic Abuse Hotline for Men and Women, based in Maine, offers 24-hour hotline: 1-888-7HELPLINE (1-888-743-5754) and may be offering shelter services.
  • Valley Oasis in Lancater, CA has offers shelter and other services for men and their children. 24-hour Hotline: (661) 945-6736.
  • Family of Men Support Society, Calgary, Canada, shelter and support services.
  • 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.

More great resources for men and those who care about men. Ask your elected officials if they do.

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File a Federal Complaint

If you have specific instances of discrimination against male domestic violence victims by any government-funded DV program anywhere in the U.S., please send all evidence you have to the following federal agencies as a complaint, and state that this violates United States Code, Title 42, Section 3789d(c)(1). Give them as much evidence as you can. They are supposed to investigate it. After several months you may get a letter back saying there is "insufficient evidence" and that they need more information such as dates and times of the discrimination, names of the programs and contact info, names and contact info of witnesses, documents or records, and a detailed chronological narrative. So, re regarding evidence, the more the better. You can send the complaints by email, mail, or both. Send them to: Office of Civil Rights Office of Justice Programs U.S. Department of Justice 810 7th Street, NW Washington, DV 20531 Office of the Inspector General inspector.general@usdoj.gov oig.hotline@usdoj.gov

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