NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda quoted in “anti-male bias” lawsuit article

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda quoted in “anti-male bias” lawsuit article

NCFM NOTE: This “anti-male” case could be a huge victory for men since they are the primary adversely affected group. Anyone who interested in due process in disciplinary procedures on college campuses knows that systems are rigged against males and blatantly disregard constitutional protections in favor of social re-engineering and “social justice,” which is largely malarkey. Hopefully, this victory will lead to many others and the outcome may positively impact one or more of the 100 or more related pending lawsuits. Court green-lights ‘anti-male bias’ lawsuit against Columbia By Morgan Walker A male student at Columbia University will be allowed to proceed with a lawsuit accusing the school of “anti-male” bias in its handling of a female student’s sexual assault accusations. A District Court had originally dismissed his suit, but an Appeals Court has reversed that ruling, saying John Doe’s allegations...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Canadian Man Awarded Daughter’s Full Guardianship,” now he’s a father’s rights activist

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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Canadian Man Awarded Daughter’s Full Guardianship,” now he’s a father’s rights activist

Canadian Man Awarded Daughter’s Full Guardianship Jakob Letkemann faced the biggest challenge of his–or maybe anyone’s–life: the battle for custody of his three-year old daughter, Darian. He struggled through exhausting and heartrending court battles, during which time the 40-year old resident of Salt Spring Island, located off the west coast of British Columbia, found himself on an emotional roller-coaster ride, falsely accused of various abuses as he sought to prevail against a system biased against fathers. But none of this mattered after the verdict came in. Jakob fell to his knees, victorious, when the female judge announced he was granting his request for custody of Darian. Initially unaware of just how stacked the deck was against dads in such situations, as well as the fact that they were notorious for bringing out the worst in others, his eyes welled...
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NCFM Member Caleb Papp, “Nottinghamshire Hates Crimes Against Women” as they should, but…

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NCFM Member Caleb Papp, “Nottinghamshire Hates Crimes Against Women” as they should, but…

Nottinghamshire Hates Crimes Against Women, as they should, but…whistling or merely asking her for a date! What is a hate crime? One might think that its something motivated by hate, but feminism has made sure that it’s now more than that. As always a woman’s feelings alone are enough to decide a man’s perspective. Of course, this isn’t reality. Most of the time a man wolf-whistling will be because he thinks the woman will enjoy the attention or because he’s being tactless. But that’s a far cry from hatred. It’s hard to know how to react to an article like this. I certainly think that a man whistling at a girl is not being classy, perhaps annoying or in few instances quite a bit more. But it’s not supposed to be a crime to be tactless. One might consider...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Masculinity Deconstructed, Liberated and Unchained”

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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Masculinity Deconstructed, Liberated and Unchained”

Masculinity Deconstructed, Liberated and Unchained A recent episode of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher featured an interview with Rebecca Traister, feminist and author of All the Single Ladies, who sang praises for the book’s themes of the rise of independent women and gender equality. Among other things, she noted that more than 50 million unmarried women are now working, escaping male oppression. That total has been rising fast, with females now representing about half of the U.S. labor force. Indeed, the progress seen so far has inspired the National Organization for Women (NOW) to lessen its emphasis on workplace equality and focus instead on helping females to “appreciate their bodies.” One fact that Ms. Traister failed to mention, however, was that this evolving landscape has also liberated us men from the deeply ingrained and longstanding belief that women...
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NCFM Adviser Michael Conzachi, “Falsely Accused Military Service Members Share their Stories on Capitol Hill”

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NCFM Adviser Michael Conzachi, “Falsely Accused Military Service Members Share their Stories on Capitol Hill”

Center for Prosecutor Integrity, Military Justice Project, and Save Our Heroes’ Conduct Lobbying Event in Washington DC about the Falsely Accused  July 11, 2016 by Michael Conzachi                                          “There’s nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer.”                                                                              Lieutenant Colonel Jimmie Doolittle, 1942 The Center for Prosecutor Integrity, the Military Justice Project, and Save Our Heroes conducted a lobbying event in Washington D.C. on July 7th & 8th, 2016.  In all, they met with legislative staffers, senators and congressmen in 21 senatorial and congressional offices....
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NCFM Liaison Greg Andresen provides more information about domestic violence against men

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NCFM Liaison Greg Andresen provides more information about domestic violence against men

  AIFS “Experiences of Separated Parents Study” reveals high levels of domestic violence against men In October 2015, the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) released its Experiences of Separated Parents Study – part of its evaluation of the 2012 family violence amendments by the Federal Government. The study examined the experiences of two cohorts of parents, in 2012 and 2014, the latter a total of 6,079 parents who separated between 1 July 2012 and 31 December 2013, representing parents’ post-reform experience of the family law system. The data indicate that family violence is a common experience among separated parents, with a majority of participating parents in both cohorts reporting either physical or emotional abuse. The study found that males (fathers) made up: 41.3% of parents who reported experiencing physical hurt (with or without emotional abuse) before/during separation 51.8% of...
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NCFM Carolinas invites you to their Forum on Campus Sexual Assault, Due Process and Consent

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NCFM Carolinas invites you to their Forum on Campus Sexual Assault, Due Process and Consent

  Hello, You are invited to the following event:NCFM Carolinas: Forum on Campus Sexual Assault, Due Process and Consent   Event to be held at the following time, date, and location: Monday, August 1, 2016 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM (EDT) Central Piedmont Community College – Central Campus Central High Building – Room 301 1141 Elizabeth Avenue Charlotte, NC 28235 View Map   Attend Event Share this event: The National Coalition For Men Carolinas, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, non-partisan human rights advocacy organization, is pleased to announce the “Forum on Campus Sexual Assault, Consent and Due Process”  to be held August 1, 2016 at Central Piedmont Community College Central Campus in Charlotte, NC. The Forum will consist of prominent experts who will share insight into how universities are handling the complex and often confusing issues of Title IX related sexual...
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NCFM President Harry Crouch Father’s Day letter, “Here I sit…nada”

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NCFM President Harry Crouch Father’s Day letter, “Here I sit…nada”

Here I sit early evening the day before Father’s Day. Usually, by now, I have finished whatever is it that moved me to write a Father’s Day article for anyone who wanted to read it. Usually, by now, I have had some sort of epiphany and words begin to flow around some central theme. Not this year. Here I sit, early evening, less than six hours to Father’s Day, nada. Then he showed up. My attorney friend, a good man, divorced many years. One daughter in Florida and a son in San Diego, both young adults, she is married and my attorney friend is now a grandfather at the ripe old age of just turned 60.  There was a bitter divorce. He never remarried and was allowed very little time with his children when they were growing up. His...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Patriarchy and Lesbian Feminist Scholars”

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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Patriarchy and Lesbian Feminist Scholars”

Lesbian Feminist Scholars Lesbian feminist author Maria Mies once wrote, “If patriarchy had a specific beginning in history, it can certainly have an end.” As with other feminist scholars, a group dominated by mostly white lesbians who share a perversely narrow-minded perspective, Mies is convinced that patriarchy–as well as the male sex–is oppressive and malevolent to women. Ostensibly, they advocate for female equality, but their lengthy lectures say otherwise. Their words detail a horrendously aggressive fraternity of privileged white men who pay women pennies on the dollar as they socially and institutionally oppress, dominate, discriminate against, and abuse them. In fact, the feminists’ words and actions have little to do with righting a wrong, but are instead founded on a theoretical framework, crafted by a lesbian elite, that maintains males are disgusting and immoral by nature. These experts promote...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review, “Bedrooms, Backseats & Courtrooms…,” two thumbs up

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review, “Bedrooms, Backseats & Courtrooms…,” two thumbs up

Book review, “Bedrooms, Backseats & Courtrooms…,” two thumbs up! NCFM NOTE: This book review is eight years old but as relevant today as it was then! Bedrooms, Backseats & Courtrooms: The Truth about Sex in America Today. By Fathers by Choice.  Unknown Place of Publication: FBC Publication, 2008. 198 pages.  No price listed on book but amazon gives list price as $24.95. New copies currently available on Amazon for $0.99 plus shipping. An anonymous writing team has put together this engaging book addressing a topic that is important yet badly neglected, at least at book length.  The impetus for the writing of BBC is succinctly stated in the introduction: “oday’s culture has created a virtual minefield in the bedrooms and backseats of America, and … it’s become a short trip from the bedroom to the courtroom.” The book’s thesis...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Formulating the New Male Studies Curriculum”

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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Formulating the New Male Studies Curriculum”

Formulating the New Male Studies Curriculum I recently submitted an article about women who sexually assault and rape boys and young men to Feminist Wire. Naively, I expected the magazine would jump at the opportunity to address this growing threat by publishing what I had written. Instead, they rejected my work, offering up the following excuse: We recognize and agree that sexual violence against boys and men are an important and necessary feminist issue. However, we are concerned with the framing of this piece, which focuses on the “flip” (“women do it too”) that doesn’t account for the dominant power relationships and contexts of institutionalized sexual violence that affects women, men, and transgendered persons. In framing it as “women rape, too” without an engagement with the feminist work that talks about sexual violence as a structural white-hetero-patriarchal practice that...
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NCFM Kenya Liaison Kennedy Owino’s report concerning mixed views on genital mutilation and a related seminar near the Kenya-Tanzania border

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NCFM Kenya Liaison Kennedy Owino’s report concerning mixed views on genital mutilation and a related seminar near the Kenya-Tanzania border

NCFM Kenya Liaison Kennedy Owino’s report on genital mutilation and a related seminar near the Kenya-Tanzania border Lenkisem is a small village found on a vast flat land to the South of Sultan Hamud in Kajiado County. We were able to access the area driving on a murram road snaking through a jungle which is full of short scattered thorny trees, baobab,cactus, euphobia,an undergrowth of green grass and various other species of trees. The area has fertile sandy soil which supports a variety of vegetation. The goats and sheep I saw there were healthy and the cows were  gigantic. On our way back we were lucky to see many giraffes and antelopes. Mount Kilimanjaro was also visibly near meaning that we were not very far from the Kenya-Tanzania border. On Saturday morning after breakfast, I was joined by a young...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “The Lonely Single Men of MGTOW”

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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “The Lonely Single Men of MGTOW”

The Lonely Single Men of MGTOW Around the world, a large and growing contingent of males is sounding a clarion call about the dark side of marriage. In doing so, they are drawing scorn and being contemptuously regarded as “lonely hearts,” “loners,” “losers,” “women-haters” and “recluses.” But nothing could be further from the truth. They have made an informed and rationale choice based on modern day realities and a keen understanding of what is important. What follows is an exploration of the world of Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW) and the lives that these individuals choose to lead. Since no-fault divorce laws were enacted in 1970, over 50 million American men have endured oppressive divorces initiated by their wives. Ironically, if not for the fact that females roundly criticize males who avoid the marriage commitment, it is the...
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NCFM Award Winner Wendy McElroy’s new book “Rape Culture Hysteria”

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NCFM Award Winner Wendy McElroy’s new book “Rape Culture Hysteria”

Rape Culture Hysteria: Fixing the Damage Done to Men and Women offers a comprehensive overview and debunking of the “rape culture” myth that has devastated campuses and is spilling into Main Street America. An ideological madness is grotesquely distorting North America’s view of sexuality. The book applies sanity to the claims that men are natural rapists and our culture encourages sexual violence. Written by a libertarian feminist and rape survivor, Rape Culture Hysteria opens with a highly personal appeal to depoliticize rape and treat it instead as a crime. Victims need to heal. Politicizing their pain and rage is a callous political maneuver that harms victims, women and men. Chapter One: The Fiction of the Rape Culture defines the “rape culture” and explains why it does not exist in North America. It glances back at how the fiction became...
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NCFM update, Major Christian “Kit” Martin Dodges a Bullet in Courts-Martial at Fort Campbell – Is Acquitted of Child Sex Abuse Charges

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NCFM update, Major Christian “Kit” Martin Dodges a Bullet in Courts-Martial at Fort Campbell – Is Acquitted of Child Sex Abuse Charges

Major Christian “Kit” Martin Dodges a Bullet in Courts-Martial at Fort Campbell – Is Acquitted of Child Sex Abuse Charges “The greater the power, the more dangerous the abuse.”                                                                              Sir Edmund Burke In a stunning defeat of political correctness and the military’s ferocious quest to convict any and all allegations of sexual misconduct; regardless of veracity or truth, Army Major Christian “Kit” Martin was acquitted of all sex related charges at a Fort Campbell court-martial that concluded on Friday, May 13th. Major Christian ‘Kit” Martin Major Martin was convicted of several lesser misdemeanor charges including simple assault and mishandling classified information,...
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NCFM Members, Advisers, and Award Winners join others in this sensational video “10 Male Privileges” by Michael Callaghan

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NCFM Members, Advisers, and Award Winners join others in this sensational video “10 Male Privileges” by Michael Callaghan

So much for male privileges. Join NCFM. Become part of the solution, not the problem. Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Member Tim Patten on “Formulating the New Male Studies Curriculum”

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NCFM Member Tim Patten on “Formulating the New Male Studies Curriculum”

  Formulating the New Male Studies Curriculum I recently submitted an article about women who sexually assault and rape boys and young men to Feminist Wire. Naively, I expected the magazine would jump at the opportunity to address this growing threat by publishing what I had written. Instead, they rejected my work, offering up the following excuse: “We recognize and agree that sexual violence against boys and men are an important and necessary feminist issue. However, we are concerned with the framing of this piece, which focuses on the “flip” (“women do it too”) that doesn’t account for the dominant power relationships and contexts of institutionalized sexual violence that affects women, men, and transgendered persons. In framing it as “women rape, too” without an engagement with the feminist work that talks about sexual violence as a structural white-hetero-patriarchal practice...
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NCFM Member Jeanne Falla co-organizes fundraising event for the C.O.P.E. Family Support Center to help connect Dads to community resources

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NCFM Member Jeanne Falla co-organizes fundraising event for the  C.O.P.E. Family Support Center to help connect Dads to community  resources

Hello NCFM Members and Supporters. Please help us raise funds to help Dads The C.O.P.E. Family Support Center is hosting a fundraiser eat on WED May 18th at the Habit Burger Grill in Concord at
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NCFM update on the Army’s persecution of Major (Kit) Martin

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NCFM update on the Army’s persecution of Major (Kit) Martin

Update of Major Martin Case at Fort Campbell  by NCFM As Major “Kit” Martin approaches his court-martial on May 9th, a flurry of activity and news media attention has been brought to bear; locally and nationally. As documented in our earlier posts about this case, there was the issue of the murder of a predominate defense witness, and two others in Pembroke Kentucky.  The witness, has been identified as Calvin Phillips’ whose body was discovered on November 19th after local authorities discovered two bodies in a burning vehicle just minutes prior.  The other two murder victims have been positively identified as Calvin Phillips’ wife; Pam Phillips and next door neighbor Ed Dansereau. Local Nashville Channel 4 Investigative Reporter Jeremy Finley recently documented and revealed a number of details and facts that suggest that Major Martin’s, now convicted felon ex-bigamist-wife;...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten on “Misogyny and Bachelorhood”

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NCFM Member Tim Patten on “Misogyny and Bachelorhood”

Misogyny and Bachelorhood Early on during the 2016 Republican presidential primary campaign, Donald Trump took umbrage at aggressive questioning by Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly at one of the debates. In addition to characterizing her as “not very good or professional,” Mr. Trump said, “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her wherever.” That latter remark triggered a firestorm, with the outspoken candidate being widely accused of misogyny—hating or disliking girls or women. Unfortunately, as with many of the words and phrases that are being carelessly thrown around in these days, they are not necessarily being used to make a thoughtful or coherent point; they are being deployed as weapons of gender manipulation and hate, coopted and maligned by radical feminists and other man-hating ideologues in a quest to undermine...
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NCFM Member Mark Lesmeister opinion published in Houston Chronicle, “Advantages Galore”

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NCFM Member Mark Lesmeister opinion published in Houston Chronicle, “Advantages Galore”

Advantages galore Regarding “Trump’s innate sexism is an insult to all of us” (Page A15, Thursday), Ruth Marcus wants to remind us of the disadvantages female candidates face. Isn’t it time we explore at least a little bit the other side of the coin: that is, the privileges female candidates enjoy solely because of their gender? Here’s just a few examples. Hillary Clinton has never had to answer the “what did you do during the war” that dogged her husband and George W. Bush. As a woman, she is automatically excused from the expectation that she should have served her country in uniform. Second, when female candidates are attacked personally, the omnipresent chivalrous impulse to protect women, which is just another form of sexism, rears its ugly head. Think of Clayton Williams refusing to shake Ann Richards hand after...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda report on his activities as President of Attorneys for the Rights of the Child

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda report on his activities as President of Attorneys for the Rights of the Child

On April 3, 2016, Steven Svoboda appeared on the “Maria Sanchez Show.” Maria is a longtime friend of Attorneys for the Rights of the Child (ARC) and intactivism; Steven and Maria did their first show together way back in the year 2003. Their last previous show aired in July 2014. In this hour-long show, one of Steven’s longest ever media appearances, released by Maria as a downloadable podcast available at http://bbsradio.com/podcast/shadow-politics-april-3-2016/, Steven over-viewed some recent achievements by ARC in the 1.75 years since his last show with Maria as well as developments relating to the struggle to protect children’s right to bodily integrity: 1) ARC has several articles coming out shortly, including one jointly written by Steven and ARC Legal Advisor Peter Adler, along with Bob Van Howe. Steven believes it will be the longest general article he has published on...
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NCFM Australia Liaison Greg Andresen, “One in Three’s submission to Senate inquiry into domestic violence and gender inequality”

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NCFM Australia Liaison Greg Andresen, “One in Three’s submission to Senate inquiry into domestic violence and gender inequality”

One in Three’s submission to Senate inquiry into domestic violence and gender inequality Tuesday, April 26, 2016 One in Three Campaign The One in Three Campaign’s submission to the Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee’s inquiry into domestic violence and gender inequality has been published on the inquiry’s website. You can download a PDF copy from here. The submission makes the following arguments: A comprehensive literature review demonstrates the risk factors that contribute to the prevalence of domestic violence. Gender stereotypes and gender inequality are not present. Taxpayer resources would be better spent addressing the risk factors for domestic violence and exploring solutions that have been proven to make a real reduction in prevalence rates. The picture of gender in Australia is not that either men or women fare better overall, but that each gender has its areas that...
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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, Canadian Association For Equality Interview, It All Balances Out

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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, Canadian Association For Equality Interview, It All Balances Out

…….. Loving Men Respecting Women, It All Balances Out It All Balances Out Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Member Jason Dale, “Male Feminist Essentially Labels Men’s Rights Movement as being Political Extremism

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NCFM Member Jason Dale, “Male Feminist Essentially Labels Men’s Rights Movement as being Political Extremism

NCFM NOTE: The article below is actually a comment to Ph.D. candidate John McDermott’s article, I Was a Men’s Rights Activist – One man’s journey from misogyny to feminism. NCFM Member Jason Dale, “Male Feminist Essentially Labels Men’s Rights Movement as being Political Extremism Essentially, Feminist author John McDermott, Ph.D Sociology, University of Victoria, has deceitfully and spectacularly associated the entire Men’s Rights Movement as being synonymous with political extremism, mentioning the terms “men’s rights” and “white supremacy” right next to each other, thereby deliberately attempting to mislead his audience.  This is shocking and deplorable journalism! Yet ironically, he firmly believes that the only solution to men’s problems is to view them exclusively through the lens of feminist analysis. In other words, according to McDermott and his fellow Feminist ideologues the only solution to the plight of men is for...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten “Bachelorhood, Men Going Their Own Way Are Saving Lives”

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NCFM Member Tim Patten “Bachelorhood, Men Going Their Own Way Are Saving Lives”

Bachelorhood, Men Going Their Own Way Are Saving Lives Modern romance, notably love and marriage, is failing. Every year, millions of American couples see their relationships fall apart. For many males, however, the result is not something to get upset about. In fact, a growing number of divorced men are discovering their true purpose in life. They are moving themselves, friends and society toward something better, joining with large communities of men who’ve already rejected the glamorization of love and marriage. Bachelorhood and initiatives such as Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW) are helping to rebuild esteem and save men’s lives. The truth is, women and society as a whole have been rallying support for eons behind the institution of marriage. Among other things, it’s been claimed that unmarried men die earlier than their married counterparts, which has helped...
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NCFM PRESS RELEASE: The National Coalition For Men (NCFM) Calls for Congress to Restore and Increase Funding for Prostate Cancer Research

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NCFM PRESS RELEASE: The National Coalition For Men (NCFM) Calls for Congress to Restore and Increase Funding for Prostate Cancer Research

The National Coalition For Men (NCFM) Calls for Congress to Restore and Increase Funding for Prostate Cancer Research Apr 21, 2016, 08:40 ET from National Coalition For Men SAN DIEGO, April 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The Center for Disease Control (CDC) FY-2017 budget request is 11.86 billion dollars, an 87 million dollar increase. Logo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160420/358069LOGO No funds were requested for the existing 13.7 million dollar prostate cancer program even though, as explained in the budget narrative, “the evidence on prostate cancer screening remains unclear.” Other than skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer for men. Only lung cancer kills more men than prostate cancer (American Cancer Society). Prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer deaths among white, black, American Indian/Alaska Native, and Hispanic men; and the fourth cause of cancer deaths for Pacific...
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Greg Andresen NCFM Liaison Australia, reports that ABC corrected their domestic violence fact sheet after the One in Three Campaign’s critique

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Greg Andresen NCFM Liaison Australia, reports that ABC corrected their domestic violence fact sheet after the One in Three Campaign’s critique

NCFM  NOTE: Greg Andresen and the One in Three Campaign have for years fought to incorporate the truth about domestic violence into Australian affairs and government. His extraordinary commitment to this cause is nothing short of awesome! ABC Fact Check corrects Fact File on Domestic violence in Australia Recently the ABC’s Fact Check program published a Fact File on Domestic violence in Australia. The Fact File directly addresses the One in Three Campaign’s claim that one in three victims of family violence is male. One in Three responded to Fact Check via their website and Facebook page, and Fact Check are to be congratulated for amending their Fact File soon afterwards. They published our critique in full on their website at www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-12/domestic-violence-one-in-three-respond/7315552, which reads as follows: “One in Three” responds to Fact Check’s domestic violence fact file  Updated Fri at 11:17am On...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Feminists’ Patriarchal Worldview Inspired MGTOW”

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NCFM Member Tim Patten, “Feminists’ Patriarchal Worldview Inspired MGTOW”

Feminists’ Patriarchal Worldview Inspired MGTOW The roots of radical feminism, as well as women’s and gender studies initiatives, can be seen in a 1970s BBC documentary, Angry Wimmin (watch on YouTube), which offers insights on the origins of the women’s movement. Among those featured is Sheila Jeffreys, an influential lesbian activist, who speaks frankly about the movement’s mission as a “dedicated war” on men (Feminist Patriarchy Theory). Over time, the radicalism espoused by Jeffreys and others has had an insidious effect, promulgating widespread distrust of male virtues. Sweeping women’s rights propaganda has also altered the social landscape, undermining relationships between the sexes and transforming the once timeless ideals of love and marriage into relics of the past. The feminist patriarchy theory only divides the sexes and is fueling the popular phenomenon MGTOW, (Men Going Their Own Way). In fact,...
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NCFM Member Nikita Coulombe, “Re-thinking the midlife crisis”

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NCFM Member Nikita Coulombe, “Re-thinking the midlife crisis”

Re-thinking the midlife crisis I was recently chatting with a friend of mine who not only as a highly successful company, but has a non-profit where he gets to pursue one of his passions. To many, these factors alone would put him in the “made it” category of life. To top it off, he’s in good health, has raised great kids and has found a lovely woman he wants to marry. In just about every way, life could not be better, but he said there is still one thing gnawing at him. So far in his relationship he has kept his very high libido a secret from his girlfriend. His reasoning was understandable in a way – he’s not a public figure but he is a social one, and he did not want to scare her or to risk...
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NCFM Member Tim Patten on Toxic Femininity and Rape

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NCFM Member Tim Patten on Toxic Femininity and Rape

RAPE ! Rape is an atrocious power-act of sexual assault. It is also a word that is recklessly bandied about by women’s groups, who exploit it for financial gain and a quest for political supremacy. In fact, references to this inflammatory term seem as ubiquitous as the GEICO ads that blanket our airwaves. According to gender theorists, our so-called rape culture is a byproduct of a social setting where this heinous act has become pervasive and normalized due to societal attitudes about gender and sexuality. They say it is commonplace, an extreme manifestation of pervasive misogyny and sexism, and has caused post-trauma distress and health problems in a great many women. All men are potential rapists Some radicalized individuals go even further. They maintain that the fashion industry’s use of female models to market their products, Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit...
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NCFM Adviser Michael Conzachi, “The College Sexual Assault Investigative Process Now seems to be Compromised by University Police and May be in Violation of Federal Law”

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NCFM Adviser Michael Conzachi, “The College Sexual Assault Investigative Process Now seems to be Compromised by University Police and May be in Violation of Federal Law”

The College Sexual Assault Investigative Process Now seems to be Compromised by University Police and May be in Violation of Federal Law by Michael Conzachi As reported recently by The College Fix, Inside Higher Ed, and F.I.R.E., the University of Texas Institute on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault has developed a behemoth, 174 page manual titled “The Blueprint for Campus Police: Responding to Sexual Assault. As a contrast, the federal indictment for Usama Bin Laden was only 8 pages.  Did I miss something? While I have posted many articles decrying the college sexual misconduct investigative “kangaroo” investigative and hearing process, I have emphatically called for sexual misconduct allegations on college campuses to be handled by law enforcement professionals. After reading this so called “Blueprint,” it appears that this is an attempt to skew the law enforcement investigative process, rather...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley Ph.D opinion published in THE HILL, “Hillary Clinton presidency would extend Obama’s negative policies”

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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley Ph.D opinion published in THE HILL, “Hillary Clinton presidency would extend Obama’s negative policies”

NCFM NOTE: To be clear, NCFM in no way endorses any candidate for a national office, none. To be more clear, there are no candidates for national office of whom we are aware that have mentioned any concern for men or their issues, not one. In fact, if you have an opportunity to ask a candidate a question at a town hall meeting, rally, or other event please ask him/her what they are going to do to help men. We would love to hear the answer… Our guess is whoever is elected will extend policies that benefit only women at the great cost to men. If you know differently, please explain. Hillary Clinton presidency would extend Obama’s negative policies By Gordon E. Finley From the get-go, the Democratic race to the White House has been described as Hillary Clinton’s to lose, and...
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NCFM Member Nikita Clulombe on “Masks and Tiaras: How Princess and Superhero Culture Reinforce Sex as a Commodity and Male Disposability”

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NCFM Member Nikita Clulombe on “Masks and Tiaras: How Princess and Superhero Culture Reinforce Sex as a Commodity and Male Disposability”

  Masks and Tiaras: How Princess and Superhero Culture Reinforce Sex as a Commodity and Male Disposability How much would you say the media influences how you see yourself? If you’re like most people, you’d probably say “not that much.” I know I want to feel that way. But how can we be sure? I’ve noticed an interesting trend amongst my female friends – all of us have felt at some point that there was a “wall” around us that someone else needed to climb in order to win our loyalty and affections. Why? Why do so many of us wait for “our turn,” for someone to come to us and sweep us off our feet? No doubt it has something to do with the classic tales of “Rapunzel” and “Sleeping Beauty” we all heard growing up than mere coincidence. And...
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NCFM Board Member and President of our Chicago Chapter, Tim Goldich, will be speaking in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa in April

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NCFM Board Member and President of our Chicago Chapter, Tim Goldich, will be speaking in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa in April

The Canadian Association for Equality is bringing Tim Goldich to Canada for speaking engagements! This Spring, Tim Goldich—National Coalition for Men board member and author of Loving Men, Respecting Women: The Future of Gender Politics—will be speaking in Canada as a guest of CAFE (the Canadian Association for Equality). He’ll present, “It All Balances Out: A new gender-neutral gender politics” in three of Canada’s largest cities. First up, is Toronto on Thursday April 21st. The long anticipated Montreal chapter of CAFE is now up and running, so he’ll speak in Montreal the next day, Friday the 22nd. And then, on the following evening Saturday the 23rd, he’ll speak in Ottawa (Ottawa University room ARTS 509—recently renamed to Hamelin 509—from 7 to 9pm). Tim is very excited at this opportunity hosted by such a distinguished organization! Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Member Tim Patten on “Heroism and Gender”

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NCFM Member Tim Patten on “Heroism and Gender”

Heroism and Gender When a young woman is brutally gang-raped on a college campus, many men feel compelled toward bravery. Emboldened with courage, they will often challenge the perpetrators head-on, seeking justice for someone who may be a complete stranger. Such a response is called heroism, deeply valued across cultures. More broadly, when men are confronted with dangerous situations, they will consider strategic and heroic actions aimed at creating desirable outcomes. It helps that most receive training early on–through sports, play fighting and teasing from peers–about how to think and act courageously, which serves to refine and strengthen their natural instincts. They learn to quickly calculate alternatives and solutions and act on that information in order to survive. Still, not everyone responds this way, which raises the question of why some make the choice. History suggests that few of...
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NCFM Board Member Tim Goldich on President Obama, The Most Powerful Super-Feminist has a Penis

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NCFM Board Member Tim Goldich on President Obama, The Most Powerful Super-Feminist has a Penis

The Most Powerful Super-Feminist has a Penis By Tim Goldich President Barack Obama is a powerful man. But when it comes to gender politics, he too is largely a mouthpiece for female power. In January 2009 he was pictured on the cover of a special issue of Ms. Magazine. There stands Obama in an iconic Superman pose ready to come to the rescue of women everywhere. But opening his shirt and jacket to reveal his chest, he is not Superman, but rather “Super-Feminist.” The editor of Ms. Magazine explains: “When the chair of the Feminist Board, Peg Yorkin, and I met with Barack Obama, he immediately offered, ‘I am a feminist.’ And better yet, he ran on the strongest platform for women’s rights of any major party in American history.” From his 2008 Father’s Day speech: “Too many fathers… are missing,”...
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NCFM sends open letter to Florida Governor Rick Scott asking him to sign bill SB 688 regarding alimony and shared parenting

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NCFM sends open letter to Florida Governor Rick Scott asking him to sign bill SB 688 regarding alimony and shared parenting

March 11, 2016   Open Letter of Support for Florida’s SB 668 PLEASE SIGN THE BILL Dear Governor Scott,   We at the National Coalition for Men most strongly urge you to sign SB 668 which would help to bring Florida into the 21st Century with Alimony Reform and post-divorce equal shared parenting. Florida’s current Alimony Laws are archaic and more closely resemble the family and economic structures of the 1950’s than the realities of the many family forms of 2016.  SB 668 will bring economic justice and equal opportunity to divorcing husbands and wives as well as enhancing harmony in the post-divorce family by attenuating conflicts over money. SB 668 also moves Family Law in the direction of post-divorce equal shared parenting.  We at the National Coalition for Men believe that Family Law should follow family research.  One...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D wonders “Are the Chickens of Social Progressivism Coming Home to Roost?”

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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D wonders “Are the Chickens of Social Progressivism Coming Home to Roost?”

Are the Chickens of Social Progressivism Coming Home to Roost? Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. The Michigan Democratic primary was a close race which Secretary Hillary Clinton unexpectedly lost and Senator Bernie Sanders surprisingly won. The pundit analyses of this unanticipated reversal relied almost exclusively on economic explanations.  It looked to me, however, like something was missing.  The rest of the story, in my view, has to do with identity politics, gender politics, and political correctness. In 2007 David Paul Kuhn published The Neglected Voter: White Men and the Democratic Dilemma. The Democratic establishment never got the message.  Worse still, under the identity politics and PC agendas of President Obama, the only group in America that could be denigrated, despised, and discriminated against were white men and most especially straight white men. Looking at the primary results thus far, it appears...
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Are Things Really Equal?

The Red Pill Review by NCFM Member Paul Elam

Why are so many women raping boys?

Absolutely a must watch video, especially if you still think men are advantaged over women

Save our heroes

Useful Family Law Resource based on California Law.

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NCFM Adviser Philip W. Cook with “Girl Writes What” NCFM Member Karen Straughan

Girlwriteswhat on ideological feminism and its impact on our society and culture

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Conference on Male Studies: Looking Forward to Solutions Part 1 from Joseph Notovitz on Vimeo

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More on the war against males in education

Great site for the facts and relevant ariticles

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

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Other MUST WATCH Videos

 

Dr. Helen

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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.

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