NCFM Adviser Michael Conzachi on the murder-suicide of Darryl Hamilton

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NCFM Adviser Michael Conzachi on the murder-suicide of Darryl Hamilton

By NCFM   Former Major League Baseball Player Darryl Hamilton Dead in Murder-Suicide at the Hands of the Mother of His 14 Month Old Son. By Michael Conzachi On Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21, 2015, former major league baseball player and MLB Network Analyst Darryl Hamilton, 50, was found murdered, shot multiple times, at the home of the mother of his 14 month old son, Monica Jordan, 44, a Houston attorney.  Hamilton had just returned his 14 month old son, Jaxon to Jordan’s spacious home in Pearland Texas, after a father’s day outing. Hamilton was found just inside the front door, Jordan was found in another room with a self-inflicted gunshot wound and 14-month-old Jaxon was found unharmed, and was turned over to Child Protection Services.  A suicide note was found however authorities are not revealing details. Hamilton has two sons...
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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, the Intrinsic Value Gap, Man Against the Wall

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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, the Intrinsic Value Gap, Man Against the Wall

By NCFM NCFM NOTE: Beyond the discredited wage gap, the intrinsic value gap, Goldich’s best… His fourth video in a series and each one gets stronger and stronger. So to is our movement because of many good-hearted caring men like Tim. The “wage gap” pales in light of the intrinsic value gap, the IVG, which contributes to the imbalance between men and women. This is a powerful video which all can benefit by. Please share it as much as possible. Send the link to your legislators, maybe one or two of them with actually get it…understand the reality and work toward balance instead of the superiority of women over men.  There is no systemic wage gap based on discrimination against women. Only feminists, politicians, and those who don’t really care believe there is one, which is way to many people. The...
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NCFM President Harry Crouch Father’s Day letter

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NCFM President Harry Crouch Father’s Day letter

By NCFM As usual, I’ve waited until the last-minute to wish us all a Happy Father’s Day, not sure why, too many thoughts perhaps. I spent much of last Saturday with my son, grandson, daughter-in-law, and good friend Julie B. at the San Diego County Fair in Del Mar. Carter, my grandson is almost five. He runs to me with open arms when he sees me. I love that. I can still pick him up, barely. Every time I do, it is a bit harder, he is bit heavier, a bit taller, and I am a bit older, weaker. I know someday soon I will not be able to pick him up anymore. Each time reminds me of when I could pick up my son Wyatt. Cannot do that anymore either, he’s a few  months short of retiring from the...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D, picked for Wallethub panel of experts for “2015’s Best and Worst States for Working Dads”

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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D, picked for Wallethub panel of experts for “2015’s Best and Worst States for Working Dads”

By NCFM Wallethub studies the worst and best cities for things like families, having a baby, finding a job, and so on. For Father’s Day they decided to find out which states were the best and worst for working Dads. Minnesota is the best and Mississippi the worst. “Male parenting is not what it once was. Fatherhood has long abandoned its 1960s definition. Back then, families relied on a single income — that of the dad, who spent much of his week at work while the missus stayed home to care for the kids and handle the chores. Today, 60 percent of family households depend on two incomes. And the contemporary dad no longer fits neatly into the standard of the married male breadwinner and disciplinarian. Regardless of the changing identity and priorities of the modern dad, fatherhood remains an undisputedly tough job....
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NCFM South Africa Member Jason Dale sends complaint to Ocean Basket re male shaming advertising brings success!

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NCFM South Africa Member Jason Dale sends complaint to Ocean Basket re male shaming advertising brings success!

By NCFM UPDATE: So, how powerful can one complaint be. Well, here’s Ocean Basket‘s delayed response to Jason: Here is Ocean Basket‘s response: “Hi Jason, thank you for bringing this to our attention and for being so patient with the delayed response. We do appreciate your feedback on the campaign and our marketing team have taken your comments into consideration for future print media. If you would like to take this further please private message us your contact number and email address via Facebook Private messaging so we can address your concerns regarding the campaign which has now ended. Thank you once again for your patience and your comments.” The “delayed response” can be translated as “we were originally ignoring you, but now we have decided to take you seriously”. All the same, it seems as though my complaint has made a...
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NCFM sends opposition letter to U.S. Senators concerning the “Campus Accountability and Safety Act”

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NCFM sends opposition letter to U.S. Senators concerning the “Campus Accountability and Safety Act”

By NCFM National Coalition For Men (NCFM) – OPPOSES The Campus Accountability and Safety Act (CASA), S.590 / H.R. 1310 The language of CASA is consistently hostile to due process – for one glaring example, the bill uses the words “victim” and “accuser” interchangeably. However, just because one makes an accusation does not make the accusation true or the person making the accusation a victim. Due Process Protections are nowhere to be found – There is no specific language addressing due process rights for the accused.  If colleges are going to be required to adjudicate sexual assault allegations, then schools must provide accused students basic due process rights including but not limited to: the right to have counsel present during the hearing the right to effectively cross-examine timely access to written complaints and evidence timely and adequate notice of actual charges elimination of gag...
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NCFM Member Anonymous “I RAPE”

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NCFM Member Anonymous “I RAPE”

By NCFM I  RAPE. By National  Coalition For Men Member, Anonymous I’m searching for prey. I am a hunter by nature. And while consuming the young, the weak, the lost, is “wrong”, it’s a wrongness that fuels my desire. To know that if I were to be detected, I would be the one hunted, adds to my enjoyment. My true nature is known to no one but my fellow hunters. I make my victims thank me for feeding upon them. The ones that don’t, I twist them with fear. They re-enter life different, shamed, deprived of the freedom to speak. They may never see me again, but I still control their every move and thought. I am experienced. With each preparation, I breathlessly watch and wait. I observe a sea of potential victims every day. I have honed a sixth...
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NCFM sends letter to Secretary of Defense about the wrongful persecution of Major Christian “Kit” Martin

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NCFM sends letter to Secretary of Defense about the wrongful persecution of Major Christian “Kit” Martin

NOTE: This letter was originally published March 29, 2014. The letter outlines our concerns about the wrongful persecution and court-martial of Major Christian “Kit” Martin, a highly decorated, well-trained, and exceptional soldier. Major Martin is being prosecuted because of egregious false allegations by his convicted bigamist ex-wife and a General hell bent on retribution for Major Martin requesting a congressional investigation and otherwise    challenging his wicked treatment. Click on the picture to go to the Google page with more information about this case. We will be updating this site to include other related articles lost when our website was compromised early October 2015 and new information as it develops. Click on the picture below to read our investigative report. We received no responses from any of those to whom the letter was sent… 150330 NCFM letter re Major Martin...
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NCFM Chicago President Tim Goldich, It All Balances Out, second video

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NCFM Chicago President Tim Goldich, It All Balances Out, second video

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

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

By NCFM February 18th 2015 Update on Legislation to Stop Paternity Fraud Washington State HB 1524 and SB 5006 On February 17th the Washington House Judiciary Committee held a public hearing for House Bill 1524 re: Non Genetic Paternity Disestablishment. In attendance to support this bill sponsored by Rep. Michelle Caldier (R) 26th district, was Naomi Evans, Andrew Evans, Allen Knight, Cedrick Day, James Childs, Shawn West, Abby Burlingame, Brandon Jones and Brandon Lyons. Opposition testimony came from David Ward an attorney from Legal Voice (a Woman’s Right’s group in the Pacific Northwest) and Wally McClure from the Division of Social and Health services Child Support Division. The full testimony may be viewed here at the 1:14:00 mark : http://www.tvw.org/index.php?option=com_tvwplayer&eventID=2015020184 For those who are not aware, the Washington State House of Representatives is still slightly led by a Democratic majority, and although the issue...
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NCFM Adviser Charles E. Corry, Ph.D., Why Veterans Can’t Get Jobs — Follow up

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NCFM Adviser Charles E. Corry, Ph.D., Why Veterans Can’t Get Jobs — Follow up

By NCFM Why Veterans Can’t Get Jobs — Follow up by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D. President, Equal Justice Foundation In January 2015 a three-part series of essays was published outlining whyveterans can’t get jobstoday. For several reasons I find it necessary to belabor the issues detailed there. Censorship One basic problem is that a number of people on the EJF mailing list never received this newsletter. As they do every several years some group of radical feminists, whom I fondly refer to as “redfems,”got together and claimed we were illegally sending spam. As a result the ejfi.org web site was blacklisted and various spam monitors bounced the newsletter. As it only takes several complaints from individuals for this to happen I’ve found this is a common trick that redfems use and I’m sure we are not the only targets. This is, I believe, at least the fourth...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans second update on paternity fraud reform legislation in Washington

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

By NCFM Paternity fraud reform legislation has a good chance of succeeding in the State of Washington. Please help. February 14th, 2015 Update on Washington Legislation to Stop Paternity Fraud;  House Bill (HB 1524) and Senate Bill (SB 5006). The Washington 2015 Legislature holds a great opportunity for citizen activists and victims to come together and support two cloned bills that will help relieve victims of Paternity Fraud. Senate Bill (SB 5006) re: Non Genetic Paternity Disestablishment; introduced by Senator Jan Angel has now had a public hearing in the Senate Law and Justice Committee, followed by an adoption of a substitute bill and was voted to pass through committee and was then referred to the Senate Ways and Means Committee where it is still awaiting a vote of passage. There are two deadlines SB 5006 needs to meet. The Ways and...
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NCFM Advisor Michael Conzachi, evidence suggest wrongful prosecution of Army officers

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

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

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NCFM invitation to celebration for International Men’s Day in San Diego

By NCFM INTERNATIONAL MEN’S DAY CELEBRATION! Society Billiards and Cafe (Bar) 1051 Garnet Ave, San Diego, CA 92109 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2014 5 TO 7 PM Please, join us to celebrate! Free pizza and soft drinks while they last. Free billiards (pocket pool). No host bar.Must be over 21 years of age. Bring a friend, male or female! The more the better! Society Billiards and Cafe (Bar) 1051 Garnet Ave, San Diego, CA 92109 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2014 5 TO 7 PM Meet the President, Advisors, members, and friends of NCFM, the oldest gender inclusive Men’s Human Rights organization in America, if not on the planet. International Men’s Day focuses on men’s and boy’s health, improving gender relations, promoting gender equality, and highlighting positive male role models. It is an occasion for men to celebrate their achievements and contributions, in particular their contributions to community, family,...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans, “Wonder Woman Seeks Justice for Washington Paternity Fraud Victims”

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans, “Wonder Woman Seeks Justice for Washington Paternity Fraud Victims”

By NCFM NCFM NOTE: This article is an introduction to Wonder Woman Naomi Evans and her crusade for paternity fraud reform legislation in the state of Washington. It’s her story. Then there’s her saga, an eight part series shared through this website and associated NCFM social media venues. Each week Naomi will send a new letter to all state legislators in Washington to garner and secure support for the reform legislation. Washington’s legislative session begins in January and is short. In odd-numbered years, the State Legislature meets for 105 days to hash out the budget. In even-numbered years the legislature only meets for 60 days. There are many heroic stories of one person changing the nature of things in the best interests of all of us. Here’s another one. If you can help Naomi, please do, especially if you live or have...
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NCFM Member Gary Costanza videotapes “HeforShe” confab and Stony Brook University

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NCFM Member Gary Costanza videotapes “HeforShe” confab and Stony Brook University

By NCFM NCFM Member Gary Costanza videotapes “HeforShe” confab and Stony Brook University This is fascinating on several levels: Most importantly, this video gives readers a rare inside look at a gathering about gender equality held at one of the most anti-male schools on the planet, Stony Brook University in New York. The video shows how the self-professed “feminist” speakers only interest in men is to exploit them to help women. That these ideologues answer to gender equality only involves helping women. That by omission gender equality apparently does not need women to step up and be responsible and accountable for their own behavior and violence against not only themselves but also men. That advocacy research is center stage at the cost of reality and reputable social science. That faulty statistics are again used to rally support for non-existent problems,...
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NCFM Supports North Dakota Measure No. 6 presumptive equal parental rights

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NCFM Supports North Dakota Measure No. 6 presumptive equal parental rights

By NCFM NCFM Supports North Dakota Measure No. 6 presumptive equal parental rights North Dakota Measure No. 6 creates a legal presumption that each parent is a fit parent and entitled to equal parental rights. Reputable science and common sense say children do best with both fit parents, which means Measure No. 6 is sensible. In brief, Measure No. 6 will help North Dakota raise healthy children. There will be fewer teen pregnancies, better school performance, less crime, less bullying, fewer suicides and more children will grow to become responsible and productive adults. High conflict separations should diminish which will help relieve children of divorce stress, anxiety, and emotional dis regulation. Benefits are many with little of no downside . Since that is all true, those who oppose children spending as much time with both fit parents must have other motives....
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NCFM Carolinas Spokesperson Joshua Strange responses to UNC The Daily Tarheel hatchet piece

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NCFM Carolinas Spokesperson Joshua Strange responses to UNC The Daily Tarheel hatchet piece

By NCFM UNC student newspaper The Daily Tarheel attacks NCFM Carolinas then refuses to print reply letter… what are they afraid of? October 23, 2014 Note: On Tuesday of this week, The Daily Tarheel UNC’s student newspaper ran a hatchet piece against the Carolinas chapter of the National Coalition For Men filled with libelous claims and innuendo, a great example of yellow journalism. When the truth isn’t there and the facts are missing or twisted, this is when you have yellow journalism and The Daily Tarheel was up to the task. NCFMC submitted a response letter to the editor the following day asking for our opportunity to reply to the numerous false claims. The DTH has yet to publish our response which begs the question, what is the newspaper afraid of? Below is our response letter. _____________________________________________________________________ It is...
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NCFM, from our Facebook page, “Boycott college women while in college”

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NCFM, from our Facebook page, “Boycott college women while in college”

By NCFM Boycott college women while in college. By Marshall Rottman This is proof – They can consent the entire time, all the way through and still accuse you of rape afterwards. Boycott college women. Don’t have anything to do with them. Don’t be alone near them, you could be accused of harassment. http://hr.umich.edu/stopabuse/resources/definitions.html Definitions: Sexual Violence. “denying sex” Don’t date them, if you have sex you could be accused of rape in spite of their consenting at every stage – and if you don’t have sex the college may have bylaws like UoM where “denying sex” is defined as SEXUAL VIOLENCE Have sex with her – and even if she consents at every point; she could still decide it’s rape AFTER the fact. The woman in this article SHOWS THAT. Oh, but if you DENY SEX – that’s “sexual violence”…....
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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen advocates for abused men in the article’I’m going to stab you’: Calls for more support for male domestic violence victims

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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen advocates for abused men in the article’I’m going to stab you’: Calls for more support for male domestic violence victims

By NCFM ‘I’m going to stab you’: Calls for more support for male domestic violence victims By Kristina Kukolja Women outnumber men as targets of intimate partner violence in the reported statistics, but it’s the minority of cases of male victims that appear in the collected data, and in the courts, that shine light on what those affected believe is a social taboo that needs to be broken. Advocates say there’s a growing body of research to suggest that men are suffering at the hands of female partners, and not in negligible numbers. One recent study out of Britain has looked at controlling behaviours, verbal and physical aggression in relationships among students. “Women are perpetrating verbal and physical aggression significantly more than men are, but they’re also perpetrating significantly more controlling behaviours than men are as well,” lead author, Dr Elizabeth...
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NCFM President Harry Crouch responds to NCFM hit piece “Male Survivors deserve better”

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NCFM President Harry Crouch responds to NCFM hit piece “Male Survivors deserve better”

By NCFM NCFM NOTE: NCFM has been moving toward establishing groups on or near college and university campuses. One of those groups is NCFMC (The National Coalition For Men Carolinas’ Chapter). NCFMC recently had a small rally at NC Chapel Hill which resulted in a hit piece published in the school newspaper, The Daily Tarheel. Please feel free to click on that link to read the full article and leave comments. I submitted the following… ________________ Ms. Wilder, in your missive about Men’s Rights groups, “Male survivors deserve better” you said, “But many of these groups, including…the National Coalition for Men Carolinas, talk about gender in a way that harms everyone. Men’s rights groups foster violent ideology and use male survivors as objects of propaganda instead of respecting them and offering them resources.” I am President of the National Coalition For Men, which...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley letter, “A false accusation can spell the end of college male’s future,” published in the Boston Globe

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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley letter, “A false accusation can spell the end of college male’s future,” published in the Boston Globe

By NCFM A false accusation can spell end of college male’s future October 18, 2014 Re “Rethink Harvard’s sexual harassment policy” (Op-ed, Oct. 15): While the legal critiques of the Harvard Law School faculty members are critically important, so too, from a psychological perspective, are false sexual allegations by women. Such allegations are dismissed by proponents of affirmative consent policies, who say that women never lie about rape, or who cite a 3 percent to 8 percent rate of false allegations. A recent summary of the false abuse and rape allegation literature can be found in a 2013 book by Phillip Cook and Tammy Hodo titled “When Women Sexually Abuse Men.” While statistics in this literature are problematic, Cook and Hodo report four studies that found false allegation rates of 62 percent, 41 percent, 50 percent, and 60 percent. Proponents...
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NCFM in the news about “yes means yes” and CA SB 967 misandric legislation

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NCFM in the news about “yes means yes” and CA SB 967 misandric legislation

By NCFM As readers of this website and our Facebook Page know, NCFM has opposed “Yes means yes” since we first heard of it. Several hundred mainstream articles have been written opposing the concept and related bills, especially California Senate Bill 967, and such articles are still pouring out. Initially, NCFM was the only organization that submitted written opposition to SB 967and our NCFM Carolinas chapter, with the help of North Carolina Senator Burr, was able to submit written testimony opposing the parent federal legislation, the Campus Sexual Assault Safety Act, legislation that we’ve been told will not pass this legislative session. Read the letter we sent to the California Legislature for more information about this ill-conceived legislation. Most likely our early written opposition gave the media reason to contact us. Then, NCFM Advisers Gordon Finley, Ph.D and Dianna Thompson co wrote an...
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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

By NCFM 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 Constitutions, or...
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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”

By NCFM 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...
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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…

By NCFM 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! ________________________________   One Response to NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich’s new video “It All Balances...
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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

By NCFM 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 poem was powerful...
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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 NCFM 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 brightened visibly,...
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NCFM Complaint to NPR re sexism triggers Ombudsman’s response and over 700 NPR comments, “Sexism, Only This Time About Men”

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

NCFM NOTE: This is somewhat out of date order since we posted a later 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 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!

By Ray Licht 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 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

By Richard Cassalata M.Ed., ABD 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...
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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:
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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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Are Things Really Equal?

Useful Family Law Resource based on California Law.

Untying the Knot | Los Angeles, Ca Divorce - how to file for divorce videos NCFM receives a small percentage of sales and NCFM members are involved in the development and operation of the 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 related issues. However, NCFM takes no responsibility for its content, use, or outcomes.

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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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

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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

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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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