NCFM on the national TV show “The Secret Lives of Women”

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NCFM member David Woods, who was the lead plaintiff in the Woods v. Horton victory for battered men, is appearing with his attorney, NCFM member Marc Angelucci, on the national TV show “The Secret Lives on Women” on the WE channel on 12/1/09 and again on 12/22 and 12/29.  The episode is called “Husband Beaters.” http://www.wetv.com/secret-lives-of-women/episodes/husband-beaters Husband Beaters Tuesday, December 1 at 10pm | 9c In America, the term “Domestic Abuse” is typically associated with a victimized woman mercilessly beaten by an overbearing ogre of a husband. The fact is however, that more than a third of all DA cases feature males as victims, and even that number is considered low due to the relatively low reporting of these cases by men who are ashamed and afraid to do so. The stories in SLOW: Husband Beaters will provide an inside look at Domestic...
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NCFM News Release calling on fair coverage of Rihanna/Brown

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NCFM News Release calling on fair coverage of Rihanna/Brown

National Coalition For Men Internet: marcangelucci@hotmail.com http://www.ncfm.org Company Information : National Coalition For Men P.O. Box 41291 Los Angeles, CA 90041 USA Ph. (818) 907-9383 Media Contacts: Marc Angelucci, Esq 818-907-9383 Rihanna Should Discuss Her Own Violence As Well As Chris Brown’s, Affirms National Coalition of Men National Coalition For Men calls on Rihanna to woman up about her own violence For Immediate Release LOS ANGELES/EWORLDWIRE/Nov. 5, 2009 — Pop singer Rihanna recently made a widely publicized statement to Glamour Magazine that she wants to “shed light on the reality of domestic violence.” The National Coalition For Men (NCFM) calls on Rihanna to discuss her own reported violence against Brown as well if she wants to shed light on the problem honestly. According to court records and other sources, Rihanna struck Brown in the face “numerous times” before Brown...
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NCFM and Crazy Talk re Chris Brown

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Man our release is appearing on black websites all over, with THOUSANDS of comments going both directions, plus alot of nonesense, like some people saying Chris Brown contacted us to speak out for him. http://community.livejournal.com/ohnotheydidnt/40795620.html http://www.industryblitz.com/2009/11/chris-brown-says-rihanna-needs-to-come.html http://www.theybf.com This can be significant because if the sparks hit the right kindle it can make a huge fire. Who knows. I’m unable to keep up with it anymore. Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Letter to Office of Violence Against Women re WV Ruling

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October 16, 2009 Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Jennifer Kaplan Attorney-Advisor 800 K Street, N.W., Suite 920 Washington, D.C. 20530 Dear Ms. Kaplan, John Lucas, the Wisconsin liaison for the National Coalition For Men (NCFM), has asked NCFM to send you this letter.  NCFM was founded in 1977 and has members across America and in several countries.  We are concerned with harmful gender based stereotypes against males. A West Virginia court recently voided the state’s regulations for domestic violence programs because the regulations denied abused men access to publicly funded shelters and denied women abusers access to treatment.  http://cbs5.com/wireapnewsca/Judge.voids.W.2.1235700.html The court ruled the Family Violence Prevention Services Board’s policies and procedures for licensing domestic violence shelters, certifying advocates, and distributing state funding distorted lawmakers’ intent and violated the free speech right of others. The court also held West...
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NCFM quoted in Associated Press re victory for battered men in WV

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NCFM quoted in Associated Press re victory for battered men in WV

Judge: W.Va. shelter rules biased against men By: P.J. DICKERSCHEID Associated Press 10/08/09 10:15 AM PDT Excerpts: “The West Virginia legal challenge is among a growing number of battles being waged across the country by groups that allege state laws requiring gender-neutral programs are skewed by discriminatory rules and regulations that embrace gender biases.  ‘We’re not trying to belittle women who are abused, we’re trying to raise awareness” that men are also victims,’ said Marc Angelucci with the National Coalition For Men who secured a similar court victory in California last October.  An appeals court there invalidated parts of that state’s Health and Safety Code and Penal Code last year, saying they were unconstitutional because they excluded men from programs and services supported by nearly $22 million in taxpayer money each year” “One of the biggest changes, though, has...
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NCFM in Examiner: “Praxis International Encourages Domestic Violence”

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Trudy Schuett mentions NCFM’s work in her fantastic article in the Examiner about how Amanda McCormick of Praxis International apparently made a position statement on behalf of Praxis when she said she knows “alot of men who deserve to be beaten” during her keynote address at the annual conference of the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence. http://www.examiner.com/examiner/x-12866-Domestic-Violence-Examiner~y2009m9d24-Praxis-International-encourages-domestic-violence-when-properly-applied National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Sends Letter Confronting Amanda McCormick’s Hypocritical Support of Violence Against Men

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NCFM Sends Letter Confronting Amanda McCormick’s Hypocritical Support of Violence Against Men

In 9/09, a male victim of domestic violence reported to NCFM that on 9/14/09 he attended the Washington State Domestic Violence Coalition conference and was extremely offended when the keynote speaker, Amanda McCormick of Praxis International, said some men “deserve to be beaten.”  NCFM sent Praxis the following and will make additional complaints, and we encourage others to take action as well. info@praxisinternational.org; safetyaudit@praxisinternational.org; visitationta@praxisinternational.org Dear Praxis International, We are informed that your speaker, Amanda McCormick, recently said with a grin, “I think I know a lot of men who deserve to be beaten” during her keynote address at the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence on September 14, 2009. Banners on the wall said, “There is no excuse for domestic violence” and similar slogans. Are you aware that she said this?  And do you think that was acceptable? Can you imagine someone saying “I know alot of women who deserve to be beaten” at...
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NCFM New Release: Battered Men, Too, Are Hurt by Budget Cuts

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NCFM New Release: Battered Men, Too, Are Hurt by Budget Cuts

http://www.eworldwire.com/pressreleases/211145 National Coalition For Men Internet: http://www.ncfm.org Company Information : National Coalition For Men P.O. Box 41291 Los Angeles, CA 90041 USA Ph. (818) 907-9383 Media Contacts: Marc Angelucci, Esq 818-907-9383 Battered Men, Too, Are Hurt By California Budget Cuts To Domestic Violence Services, Announces National Coalition For Men Male victims should not be ignored in industry outry against budget cuts For Immediate Release LOS ANGELES/EWORLDWIRE/July 31, 2009 — Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is reportedly cutting up to 100 percent of state funding for domestic violence services in California, according to the National Coalition For Men, and these cuts can hurt both male and female victims of domestic violence. Yet, many in the domestic violence industry are leaving male victims invisible as usual in their public outcry against the funding cuts. For example, a July 30, 2009, news release by...
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NCFM Thanked by D.A. Who Removes Sex Biased DV “Facts” from Police Training Video

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NCFM’s San Diego Chapter, though NCFM President Harry Crouch, recently succeeded in getting the San Diego District Attorney to remove false, gender-biased material from their new police training video on domestic violence, such as the myth that domestic violence is primarily male-on-female and is a leading cause of death for women.  The story, including a letter from the District Attorney thanking NCFM, is chronicled at http://www.californiamenscenters.org/wordpress/?p=11485 Excerpt: “ after being asked to review a new police training video sent a letter to the San Diego District Attorney showing that the video contained wrong and gender biased information, that is it was biased against men and perpetuated information detrimental to the community and police.  Assistant District Attorney Patrick McGrath found that there were unverifiable statistics and agreed to have the video appropriately edited and re issued. He will be asking that the nine San Diego County police departments and Sheriff’s Office...
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University of Chicago prints NCFM letter supporting men’s group on campus

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http://www.chicagomaroon.com/2009/6/2/men-in-power-reflects-larger-rights-movement?headline_num=1   6/2/09   Dear Editor   I was so happy to read about the student group “Men in Power” in the Chicago Tribune. Groups like this are part of a growing, global men’s rights movement that advocates for equal treatment of men in areas such as child custody, domestic violence policies, reproductive rights, criminal sentencing, public health policies, paternity laws, the draft, dating expectations, and more.   Opponents of this movement tend to reactively look only at gender disparities at the top of society (government, CEOs) while overlooking the bottom, where men account for 80 to 90 percent of homeless adults, work-related deaths, prisoners, and suicide deaths, as well as 99 percent of combat deaths and the majority of dropouts and special education students. Men also die younger and more often than women for the 10 leading causes...
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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci’s article “Rihanna-Brown incident an example of double standards in attitudes toward partner abuse” published in L.A. Wave

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L.A. Wave Newspaper, which focuses on the African-American community in Los Angeles, prints op ed by NCFM board member: “Rihanna-Brown incident an example of double standards in attitudes toward partner abuse.” http://www.wavenewspapers.com/opinion/op-ed/41340702.html: “If anything can be learned from the recent violence between Chris Brown and Rihanna, it is the sheer double standard that male victims of domestic violence still face. For centuries, the idea of battered men has been deemed humorous or unfathomable. In post-Renaissance France, battered men were forced to ride backwards on a donkey through the streets wearing an outlandish outfit while holding the donkey’s tail. In medieval England, they were strapped to a cart and paraded around town while people threw trash at them…” National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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Reproductive Rights

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Men’s reproductive rights include issues such as false paternity claims or paternity fraud, adoption rights, abortion, rights over frozen embryos, choice for men, etc. The American Association of Blood Banks reports that, out of 300,000 DNA paternity tests performed annually, 30% exclude the man as the biological dad. Over 70% of paternity judgments in L.A. County are obtained by default. (“Examining Child Support Arrears in California; The Collectability Study,” 3/03, p. 16.) Many of these men are inadequately served or respond late due to language barriers, mental disabilities, fear, or mistaken belief that they do not have to respond because the child is not theirs. They often first learn of a paternity judgment when their wages are attached or their driving privileges are suspended. By then it can be too late. Even if DNA excludes them, they can still...
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Health

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The American Journal of Public Health (5/03) has declared that men are in a “silent health crisis.” Almost every chronic illness affects men more often than women. Men account for 80-95% of homeless adults, job deaths and suicide deaths, are more likely than women to have mental disabilities but less likely to be treated for them, and die younger and have higher mortality rates for 13 of the 15 leading causes of death. Boys make the majority of special education students and are more likely than girls to skip a grade, be expelled or drop out of school. The California Dept. of Health Services recommended a men’s health office, but it never formed. Meanwhile there are numerous federal offices of women’s health and similar offices at every level of government, but virtually no offices of men’s health. Breast cancer...
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Domestic Violence

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Domestic Violence

NO LESS than 35% of domestic violence victims are male victims. So why do virtually all government, corporate, nonprofit, and private donation money for  domestic violence money go to women? Male victims of domestic violence have been seriously neglected in public policy, outreach and services. But they are not rare at all. They’re just less likely to report it, which makes crime statistics unreliable especially for men. Prevalence and Injuries of male victims of domestic violence The Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) very recent domestic violence study (released Nov. 2011) found: “More than 1 in 3 women (35.6%) and more than 1 in 4 men (28.5%) in the United States have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime” and “About 1 in 4 women (24.3%) and 1 in 7 men (13.8%) have experienced...
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False Accusations of Rape

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False Accusations of Rape

Almost every month we read of another man freed from prison because the false accusations that caused their incarceration were later proven false or a woman recanted. Even if there is no conviction, a false allegation of rape emotionally, socially, and economically destroys a person and their immediate and often extended families. False accusations of rape is psychological rape.  Yet, the names of the accusers are protected while the names of the accused are not. False accusations are hard to measure and there is not much available research. However, what little research there is, that is scientific research, shows the problem is much more common than we are told.  Moreover, it is politically incorrect to fund massive studies about false accusations of any sort. Some studies show that 50% or more of allegations examined are false. According to an expert quoted in the...
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NCFM Twin Cities Chapter at Education Minnesota conference

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NCFM Twin Cities Chapter at Education Minnesota conference

In October, the Twin Cities Chapter of NCFM had a booth at the annual conference of Education Minnesota, the state teachers association. This conference is always one of our busiest events. For the fifth straight year, we distributed literature about the school system’s bias against boys, and articles with suggestions on how the school system could be changed to serve the educational needs of boys as well as it already serves the educational needs of girls. We also distributed articles about the severe shortage of male teachers and male role models in the schools, and we gave out 500 bookmarks with the Twin Cities Chapter logo and web address. National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM speaks at UCLA School of Law for 4th year in a row

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On November 10, 2008, UCLA School of Law invited NCFM attorney Marc Angelucci to be a guest speaker for the fourth year in a row to students in a Human Rights and Sexual Politics seminar.  As always, he discussed the history and basic philosophy of NCFM and the men’s movement in general, briefly covering issues of such as fathers’ rights, male victims of domestic violence or rape, false accusations of abuse, criminal sentencing disparities, men’s health, male bashing, and other issues, including misandry and anti-male discrimination in general.  This time he also discussed NCFM’s recent California appellate victory in Woods v. Shewry.  The students were very engaged and receptive, and, as always, asked good questions.  Every year they are even more receptive than in previous years, and this year was no exception.  National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM members speak out at L.A. City Domestic Violence Council

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On November 10, 2008, five NCFM members and several male victims of domestic violence attended and spoke out at the Los Angeles City Domestic Violence Council’s monthly meeting about male victims of domestic violence and NCFM’s  recent appellate victory in Woods v. Shewry.  There were a few heated exchanges but for the most part things went smoothly.    National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM wins landmark appellate victory for battered men!!

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On 10/14/08, NCFM won a landmark victory for battered men in the appellate case of Woods v. Shewry, originally filed by NCFM back in 2005.  The California Court of Appeal (4th District) ruled that it is unconstitutional to exclude male victims of domestic violence from state-funded programs because it violates men’s constitutional right to equal protection.  The decision mentions NCFM and is at http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/opinions/documents/C056072.PDF    Here are a few media stories on the decision as of the date of this post:    San Francisco Chronicle, “Appeals Court Decision Supports Battered Men,” 10/16/08 http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2008/10/15/BA3S13HOLS.DTL   Sacramento Bee, “Court: End Domestic Violence Program Discrimination,” 10/16/08     Metropolitan News-Enterprise, “Court Rules Domestic Violence Programs Must be Open to Men,” 10/15/08 http://www.metnews.com/articles/2008/wood101508.htm         National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Twin Cities Chapter at Dakota County Fair

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NCFM Twin Cities Chapter at Dakota County Fair

The Twin Cities Chapter of NCFM had a booth at the 2008 Dakota County Fair, held August 4 – 10 at Farmington, Minnesota. Many fairgoers visited our booth to talk and to take literature about a wide range of men’s and boys’ issues. This was the fourth straight year that we have had a booth at this fair. National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Attorney Argues Equal Protection Case Before California Court of Appeal

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NCFM Attorney Argues Equal Protection Case Before California Court of Appeal

On July 22, 2008, NCFM attorney Marc Angelucci argued the case of David Woods v. State of California before the Third District Court of Appeal in California.  The 3-judge panel (pictured below) appeared very much in agreement that excluding male victims of domestic violence from state-funded domestic violence provisions (CA Health & Safety Code Section 124250), and that excluding inmate fathers from state-run inmate parenting programs, violates men’s Constitutional right to equal protection.  A write- up is available at http://antimisandry.com/showthread.php?p=87401#post87401         NCFM Attorney Marc E. Angelucci with Appellants in front of 3rd District Court of Appeal in Sacramento     Vance W. Raye (presiding): Fred K. Morrison: Tani Cantil Sakauye:   National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM President Testifies Before CA Commission on Status of Women

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On June 26, 2008, NCFM’s President, Harry Crouch, testified before the California Commission on the Status of Women on behalf of NCFM.  See http://www.californiamenscenters.org/wordpress/?cat=12     National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM in the Kentucky Post, calling for removal of judge

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http://www.kypost.com/content/wcposhared/story.aspx?content_id=7a7fab07-7e37-455b-a5bf-300eaabd03d8 National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM sponsors documentary film SUPPORT? SYSTEM DOWN in San Diego

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On May 17, 2008, NCFM co-sponsored and helped fund the premier screening of the documentary film “SUPPORT? SYSTEM DOWN” at the Ultra Star Cinema in the Flower Hill Mall in Del Mar, California.  The film, by producer and filmmaker Angelo Lobo (Angelo Productions), examines the broken family court system and how it betrays families, especially fathers, for federal incentives and how military and struggling fathers are impacted the most.  The theater was packed and the premier was a great success.  http://www.supportthemovie.com/ National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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link to recording of NCFM on the Tom Leykis Show

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http://podcast.971freefm.com/klsx1/1092275.mp3 National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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Porterville Recorder quotes NCFM on post-divorce friendships

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http://www.recorderonline.com/news/ugly_36089___article.html/divorce_friends.html     National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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Channel 9 News mentions NCFM’s defense of dad jailed for his daughter’s failure to pass GED test

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ttp://www.wcpo.com/mostpopular/story.aspx?content_id=ec94860e-0d07-4ff4-9644-902dd3cc1ddc   California Group Defends Fairfield Father 5/14/08     By: Alyssa Bunn A California group has been speaking out on behalf of a Fairfield father who was punished after his adult daughter failed to get her GED.   The California Alliance for Families and Children has called for Butler County judge David Niehaus to be removed from the case for sentencing Brian Gegner to six months in jail.   The National Coalition of Free Men has also gotten involved in the case.  The group examines cases it considers to be sex discrimination.   Judge Niehaus said Gegner should be punished because his daughter, Brittany Gegner, was a juvenile in his custody when she skipped school and didn’t graduate.   Now, Brittany is 18 years old and is living with her mother.  She still has not received her GED.   Brittany and her mother both said that they...
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NCFM President interviewed on the Tom Leykis Show

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On May 14, 2008 the Tom Leykis Show hosted NCFM president Harry Crouch, NCFM member Marc Angelucci and Fathers4Justice member Dennis Ettlin about NCFM’s recent presentation to Torrance High School students on domestic violence in response to the feminist presentation that misrepresented the statistics.    National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Speaks at Torrance High School

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On May 13, 2008, NCFM members Marc Angelucci, Harry Crouch and Fred Sottile were invited speakers at Torrance High School where they spoke before 30 members of the student body government about male victims of domestic violence.  This was a counter to the presentation given by an organization that distorted the issue and falsely told the students 95% of domestic violence is male-on-female, a myth that is not supported by any current credible data at all.  A father of one of the students, who was outraged by the misinformation and contacted NCFM, who helped him stage a protest outside the school and speak at the school board and city council meetings.  As a result, the school agreed to allow NCFM to present the other side.  NCFM discussed the experiences of male victims and why they are neglected and covered up for political and ideological reasons, handed out studies on dating violence including those linked below, explained the history and politics surrounding...
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San Luis Obisbo Tribune quotes NCFM on men’s post-divorce relations with male friends

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On March 17, 2008, the San Luis Obisbo Tribune quoted NCFM (J. Steven Svoboda) in a story about men’s post-divorce relationships with their male friends.  The link to the article has been broken.  National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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USA Today prints NCFM-LA letter on Harvard’s women-only gym hours

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http://blogs.usatoday.com/oped/2008/03/closing-harvard.html (Photo – No boys allowed: Though turned away from Harvard’s gym during the new women-only hours, Muslim Kareem Shuman said he was sympathetic to the policy. / By Elise Amendola, AP) Closing Harvard gym to men is discriminatory, unfair Marc E. Angelucci, president, Los Angeles Chapter, National Coalition of Free Men – Los Angeles Why is Harvard University creating special gym hours for women but not for men? Muslim men often cover up in the presence of women to honor hijab, as well. Muslim men have as much reason as Muslim women to be uncomfortable with seeing the opposite sex in revealing gym clothing (“Harvard gym accommodates Muslim women,” News, Wednesday). Exercising in the same gym is going to cause distractions for both men and women. There is no reason why Harvard cannot create similar men-only hours. I hope that...
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NCFM plaintiff wins $400,000.00+ class action against Club Med for anti-male discrimination

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For immediate release 2/28/08 COURT ENTERS JUDGMENT IN CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT AGAINST CLUB MED FOR “LADIES FLY FREE PROMOTION” Los Angeles, CA (February 28, 2008) – Today, the Los Angeles and San Diego Chapters of the National Coalition of Free Men (“NCFM”) announced support for a judgment entered on February 25, 2008 by the Orange County Superior Court in Alfred Rava v. Club Med Sales (Case No. 03CC09858), a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of the California men who were denied free air travel during Club Med’s 2003 “Ladies Fly Free” promotion. The lawsuit alleged Club Med held a promotion in 2003 for travel to its Cancun and Turks & Caicos resorts that violated California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act and Gender Tax Repeal Act by providing female consumers with free air fare – up to $400 in value, while...
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Columbus Telegram quotes NCFM-LA

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On February 23, 2008 the Columbus Telegram quoted NCFM-LA in a story about male victims of domestic violence as a result of NCFM-LA’s response to the Telegram’s previous biased story.   http://www.columbustelegram.com/articles/2008/02/23/news/local/doc47c0f8d68a93e508451600.txt National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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Newbury Port News quotes NCFM on male victims of domestic violence and White Ribbon Day

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http://www.newburyportnews.com/punews/local_story_053082008.html  February 22, 2008  Heard around town: Women not only victims of domestic abuse   Coverage of local participation in the statewide White Ribbon Day last Thursday caught the eye of male advocates on the other side of the country.   The National Coalition of Free Men pointed out to The Daily News this week that women aren’t the only victims of domestic violence.   “I work with men who have been stabbed, cut with glass, had their teeth knocked out with ashtrays, etc., by wives or girlfriends. They and their children deserve the same dignity as female victims, but instead they’re stigmatized, ignored and downplayed,” wrote Marc Angelucci, president of the Los Angeles chapter.   On its Web site, The National Coalition of Free Men is described as “a nonprofit educational and civil rights organization that looks at...
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NCFM in the Colorado Springs Gazette

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On February 17, 2008, NCFM was quoted in the Colorado Springs Gazette in an article about keeping ties with friends after a divorce.    http://www.gazette.com/articles/friends_33270___article.html/divorce_couple.html National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM participates in historic domestic violence conference in Sacramento

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NCFM participates in historic domestic violence conference in Sacramento

On February 15 and 16, 2008, NCFM participated in and helped support a historic, groundbreaking domestic violence conference in Sacramento, California with leading domestic violence experts and speakers from around the world.  The conference was a huge success and was standing room only.  The California Attorney General and California Judicial Council were there along with probation departments, judges, public defenders, service providers and other professionals.  The purpose of the conference was to support positive, research-based, gender-inclusive alternatives to current, ideology-based, discriminatory policies. Write-ups and photos of the conference are available at: http://blogwonks.com/2008/02/18/historic-domestic-violence-conference-includes-male-victims/ http://glennsacks.com/blog/?p=1821#comments http://glennsacks.com/blog/?p=1819#comments http://glennsacks.com/blog/?p=1818#comments http://glennsacks.com/blog/?p=1816#comments National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM-LA protests exemption of “able-bodied males” from ban on slavery by International Labour Organization

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On February 19, 2008, NCFM-LA sent the following letter to the International Labour Organization: VIA CERTIFIED MAIL February 19, 2008 Mr. Juan Somavia Director-General International Labour Organization Route des Morillons 4 CH-1211 Geneva 22 SWITZERLAND Dear Mr. Somavia, The National Coalition of Free Men (“NCFM”) is a nonprofit organization that looks at the ways sex discrimination affects men and boys. We write to express strong opposition to the exemption of “adult able-bodied males” in Article 11 of the Forced Labour Convention of 1930 (www.ilo.org/ilolex/cgi-lex/convde.pl?C029) and to request all records and information reflecting the history of this exemption. On December 10, 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Article 2 of the Declaration states “Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any...
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Public Relations Director is Interviewed re Divorced Men’s Friendships 2-11-08

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NCFM Public Relations Director Steven Svoboda was interviewed onFebruary 11, 2008 by Bill Reed of the Colorado Springs Gazette in anarticle about divorced men's experiences with retaining or losingshared friends following divorce. National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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Public Relations Director Appears on Los Angeles Radio 2-15-08

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NCFM Public Relations Director Steven Svoboda appeared on Los Angelesarea radio station KVTA 1520 AM (www.kvta.com <http://www.kvta.com>) onFebruary 15. He discussed the book recently published by OxfordUniversity Press, Does Feminism Discriminate Against Men?: A Debateby Warren Farrell and James Sterba). He alsoreviewed some recent developments regarding intact rights, such asgrowing legal opposition to male circumcision in Australia and theongoing Oregon circumcision case, Boldt v. Boldt. National Coalition for Men www.ncfm.org Share and Enjoy:
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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

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.

Untying the Knot | Los Angeles, Ca Divorce - how to file for divorce videos NCFM members are involved in the development and operation of this for profit site, though NCFM has no involvement other than being an affiliate. A tremendous amount of $$ and time has been spent developing this site which may be very useful if you have family law issues. However, NCFM takes no responsibility for its content, use, or outcomes. NCFM receives 30% of sales through our websites.

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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Foundation for Male Studies

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

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Please donate to the Foundation for Male Studies by visiting our Donations page. There may be nothing more important for our future than to assure the fair, equitable, and high quality education of our boys and men.

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

Click on the picture below for Erin’s website

Other MUST WATCH Videos

 

Dr. Helen

Protect yourself! Get the book!!

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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