NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, PhD, Op-ed in The South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Boys who babysit can be a postitive thing

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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, PhD, Op-ed in The South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Boys who babysit can be a postitive thing

Boys who babysit can be a positive thing  The letter below was published in The South Florida Sun-Sentinel on Sunday June 22, 2014. Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Emeritus, Florida International University, Miami Boys who babysit can be a positive thing http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/opinion/letters/sfl-boys-who-babysit-can-be-positive-thing-20140623,0,6932510.story Regarding the June 12 story, “More teen boys working as babysitters”: As a retired fatherhood researcher on the Monday after Father’s Day, it is clear that one of the worst things we do as a society is prepare or socialize boys to become fathers. Girls, by contrast, receive extensive socialization for their future role as mothers including babysitting. In the past, negative stereotypes about boys have been a major stumbling block to becoming babysitters. However, as public awareness of female sexual predators has been increasing and the value of a male role model has become...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda reviews “The Emotionally Unavailable MAN”

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda reviews “The Emotionally Unavailable MAN”

The Emotionally Unavailable Man: A Blueprint for Healing. By Patti Henry. Highland City, Florida: Rainbow Books, Incorporated. 2004.  177 pp. (men’s book) + 83 pp. (women’s book).www.allbookstores.com. $16.95. Also available from same publisher as set of 9 unabridged CD’s for $24.95. Available on Amazon Kindle $7.95. Psychotherapist Patti Henry has finally written her first book, and it turns out to be good enough and different enough to justify being reviewed here despite its appearance in 2004.  (Henry only sent me the review copy recently and I was previously unaware of this book.) “As a psychotherapist in private practice…” she writes, “men keep coming to my office, one after another, hurting, wounded… but mostly unhappy…. They feel like they are trapped, dying somehow. They feel like little boys in grown up bodies.” As we read the book, we come to...
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NCFM in the NEWS! Our work causes the City of Glendale, California to offer a free self defense-class for men as well as women!

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NCFM in the NEWS! Our work causes the City of Glendale, California to offer a free self defense-class for men as well as women!

Men’s self-defense class debuts Session, held at police department’s community room, attracts about 15 boys and men. With the assistance of instructor Nelson Nio, Russell Muñoz, 13, of Glendale, strikes the vulnerable arm of Gary Gausman, of Glendale, in a first-time, one-off men’s self-defense class at the Glendale Police Department on Wednesday, June 18, 2014. The class is in response to men asking for a class similar to women’s self-defense classes. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer / June 18, 2014)  Photo Gallery: Free men’s self-defense class for residents at Glendale Police Department By Brittany Levine, brittany.levine@latimes.comJune 19, 2014 | 9:30 a.m. When Benjamin Roberts got into a fight at school, he was caught off-guard. “I was cornered,” said the 21-year-old, who attended Glendale’s first free self-defense class for boys and men on Wednesday night so he would know what...
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NCFM Northern California Chapter helps with Fatherless Day Rally in the State Capitol

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NCFM Northern California Chapter helps with Fatherless Day Rally in the State Capitol

2014 Fatherless Day Rally June 15, 2014, State Capitol Building,Sacramento, California NorCal Chapter Report The Fathers’ Rights Movement California (TFRMCA), Grandparents’ Rights Association (GRAUSA), Bay Area Fathers’ Rights Support Group (www.KidsDeserveDads.com ) organized this effort with NCFM NorCal members helping out. While we hoped for a turnout of 100+ people to come, the actual number of people was no more than 50.  There were speeches made as planned from 8 speakers with equipment/supplied donated by Assembly Member Tim Donnelly, a supporter of father’s rights.  The rally even elicited some interest from a local TV station.  All in all, the event organizers viewed it as a good first attempt and plan to repeat this effort next year. We plan to help with more Fatherless Day Rally’s in the future. Fatherless Day Fatherless Day Fatherless Day Fatherless Day Fatherless Day Very...
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NCFM President Harry Crouch’s wish to you for the happiest of Father’s Days

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NCFM President Harry Crouch’s wish to you for the happiest of Father’s Days

Here’s wishing that you and yours have the happiest of Father’s Days. Unfortunately, many children won’t see their Dads and many Dads won’t see their children. This last week, like every week, I spoke with several Dads whose children won’t be with them, won’t be with them because the mother of the children took out a restraining order against them. I’ve worked with thousands of people who have been abused, sometimes over a period of week, months, or even years. I have seen bruises, wounds, black-eyes, and scars; and, most frequently, the horrific emotional damage. I’ve lost some to suicide, attended funerals, broke things in frustration. Manipulation of the “System” is often the most damaging weapon. I just spoke with a man who is a 100% disabled, highly decorated, war veteran with several tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. He...
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NCFM Board Member Ray Blumhorst and “when males cry out for help, nobody in America gives a damn”

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NCFM Board Member Ray Blumhorst and “when males cry out for help, nobody in America gives a damn”

The Isla Vista shooting/stabbing/car assault(s) is already old news, given that there’s already been one, or two, other shootings in the news – the last one yesterday in Oregon, I believe.  Once again, a male acts out violently. Where are the Offices of Men’s Health and male support networks? Where are men like those above to go for help without ridicule, apathy or disdain? No where that’s where, because very few give a damn about men or their health. Family has been the only support network American males have traditionally had and that is largely being destroyed by a rabid social re-engineering agenda, intent on destroying the traditional family. Males in America are conditioned from youth in a myriad of ways not to call for help:  “suck it up,” “take it like a man,” “get tough or die,” “fight...
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NCFM members help with Fatherless Day Rally in Sacramento, California

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NCFM members help with Fatherless Day Rally in Sacramento, California

RALLY!  ON FATHER’S DAY CHILDREN SHOULD BE WITH THEIR DADS? ON FRIDAY, JUNE 13TH, DETERMINED PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS WILL ASSEMBLE ON THE CALIFORNIA CAPITOL STEPS TO PLEAD THEIR CASE FOR FAMILY LAW REFORM AT THE 1ST ANNUAL ‘HUMAN RIGHTS RALLY’ IN HONOR OF ‘FATHERLESS DAY’ The Fathers’ Rights Movement (TFRM), the Grandparents’ Rights Association (GRAUSA), the Bay Area Fathers’ Rights Support Group (www.KidsDeserveDads.com ) and the National Coalition for Men ( www.ncfm.org ) SACRAMENTO (June 12) – They’re doctors, short order cooks, educators, and firemen, and most importantly, they are fathers – men, who have been denied their children and possessions by an out of control family law system. On Friday, June 13th, beginning 9:00 a.m. (PT), caring men and women will gather on the West Side Capitol steps (Capitol & 10th Street) in Sacramento, united in their goal...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D quoted in SF Chronicle article re CA SB 967 and affirmative consent

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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D quoted in SF Chronicle article re CA SB 967 and affirmative consent

Bill pushes into college sex lives to help rape victims Partners would have to explicitly agree to have sex Melody Gutierrez Updated 7:41 am, Saturday, June 7, 2014 Sacramento — California lawmakers want to take the burden of preventing rape off victims by requiring that college students looking to hook up prove they had agreed to have sex. The “affirmed consent” standard – already in place at many universities – could be required at all publicly funded California colleges and universities under a proposed state law being considered by the Legislature. The move comes as women’s groups – joined by President Obama – have expressed outrage at the lax way college officials across the country have responded to reports of rape on their campuses. But some say that requiring each partner to explicitly agree to have sex goes too far into people’s bedrooms...
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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci Op-ed defending MRA’s published in Detroit News

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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci Op-ed defending MRA’s published in Detroit News

  www.detroitnews.com/article/20140610/OPINION01/306100008/0/OPINION01/-Men-s-rights-misrepresented ‘Men’s rights’ misrepresented On June 26-28, Detroit will host the first Conference on Men’s Issues, sponsored by the men’s rights group “A Voice For Men.” As vice president of the oldest men’s rights organization in the United States, the National Coalition For Men, I would like to respond to the tsunami of vitriolic attacks all over the media lately about the men’s rights movement, falsely tying us to the Elliot Rodgers killings and accusing us of being a misogynistic white male movement. It is astonishing how the media ignores our issues until they have a chance to use a public atrocity to distort and bash the men’s rights movement. Rodgers was not affiliated with any men’s rights group that we know of. And his views do not represent our movement, which proudly consists of both men and...
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NCFM PRESS RELEASE: KAREN DECROW MAY SHE REST IN PEACE

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NCFM  PRESS RELEASE: KAREN DECROW MAY SHE REST IN PEACE

8 June, 2014 For Immediate Release KAREN DECROW, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN, WILL BE MISSED. SHE BELIEVED IN EQUALITY BETWEEN FATHERS AND MOTHERS. CONTACT: Marc Angelucci, Vice-President, NCFM PHONE NUMBER: 626-319-3081 EMAIL:  marcangelucci@hotmail.com Karen DeCrow, former president of the National Organization for Women, has passed away at the age of 76. The National Coalition For Men would like to tip their fedoras to Ms. DeCrow for being one of the few leading feminists who outspokenly supported fathers’ rights and believed in equality across the board, not just equality in one direction. One of Ms. DeCrow most recent articles was an op ed defending the rights of fathers. She stated: “For decades I have been urging equality between fathers and mothers. Although there has been progress in this direction, fathers still have a difficult time being...
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NCFM letter causes City of Glendale to offer free self-defense class to both men and women

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NCFM letter causes City of Glendale to offer free self-defense class to both men and women

NCFM NOTE: Sometimes change through advocacy is a simple as a letter, like the one we sent to the City of Glendale about their free self-defense classes only for women. This is not the first time NCFM has been able to cause change, significant change we might add, with just a well written letter. For one of many examples, such a letter caused NIPPON Airlines to reconsider women only restrooms on international flights, and the PGA from having a “Women’s Day” at a major event. That letter also prevented the featured speaker from violating a host of laws. The speaker was just reelected Bonnie Dumanis, District Attorney for San Diego. These are not small victories. Each one brought with it media interest, which in turn  helps us raise awareness of such inequalities. Consider, what if the city of Glendale...
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NCFM Member’s saga: Three DUI’s in two years, car wrecks, suicide attempt, drug abuse… and she gets custody of the children!

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NCFM Member’s saga: Three DUI’s in two years, car wrecks, suicide attempt, drug abuse… and she gets custody of the children!

By Anonymous I am watching the two Cichlid fish flit about the aquarium in the playroom. My 3 year old son and I picked them out last week. At the pet shop he set his sights on the ugliest fish in the tank, a tan and pink “calico” with black markings. It looked like a burn victim. I picked a pretty blue one to counter it and he named them Namo and Dad. I have not seen him since May the seventh 2014. It was a Wednesday and one of the two days I am allowed to spend eight hours with him each week (plus every other weekend). I spent half of that day in court and since this is my off weekend I did not see him more than 12 hours this week. Today is Saturday the tenth....
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NCFM files complaint of sexism with National Public Radio (NPR)

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NCFM files complaint of sexism with National Public Radio (NPR)

It will be interesting to see what response we get from National Public Radio (NPR). An Ombudsman is supposed to be impartial in hearing complaints. We are hopeful that the Ombudsman will favor us and make suggestions for corrective action so NPR will become a true radio station for all of us and be truly fair and balanced. Click here to read the complaint: 140525 ltr to NPR NCFM files complaint of sexism with National Public Radio (NPR) with what we consider to be compelling evidence. National Public Radio should be fair and balanced since it belongs to all of us. Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Adviser Michael Conzachi … With all the current and past negative history coming out of Duke University, some very good men shine through.

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NCFM Adviser Michael Conzachi … With all the current and past negative history coming out of Duke University, some very good men shine through.

With all the current and past negative history coming out of Duke University, some very good men shine through. With the ongoing and past negative history coming out of Duke University and the false rape, manufactured criminal charges, and disbarment of corrupt prosecutor Mike Nifong, I thought I would take a moment to report on and convey a very positive story coming out of Duke. It is a reminder that not everything that happens on college campuses is bad and that sometimes, good men; very good men shine. Duke University star Lacrosse player, 29-year-old Casey Carroll, is a graduate business student and is in his last year of athletic eligibility.  Carroll is hoping that Duke makes it to the NCAA Finals which will be held on Memorial Day.  Casey does take some light-hearted ribbing from his teammates for being...
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NCFM Sends letter to Dana Point Mayor Lisa Bartlett protesting women only self-defense class

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NCFM Sends letter to Dana Point Mayor Lisa Bartlett protesting women only self-defense class

140517 ltr re Free No-Men-Or-Boys-Allowed Self-Defense Class Mayor Dana Point Please let us know if about such events in your area. It amazes us how many elected officials openly violate the law and discriminate against boys and men. We intend to hold such people accountable. Click on the link above to read the letter. Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda two thumbs up for “Divorce Corp”

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NCFM PR  Director Steven Svoboda two thumbs up for “Divorce Corp”

Divorce Corp.  By Joseph Sorge with James Scurlock.  Jackson, Wyoming: DC Book LLC, 2013.  195 pages.  Book $24.95. Audiobook $29.95.  www.divorcecorp.com. Divorce Corp. Film Directed by Joseph Sorge.  2013.  93 minutes. www.divorcecorp.com. DVD $19.95. Blue-Ray $24.95. Joseph Sorge and collaborators have released an absolutely superlative pair of related products—the Divorce Corp. movie and the Divorce Corp. book.  Sorge, it should be noted, is a young man of no inconsiderable achievements, having a bachelor’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Harvard Medical degree, serving as a molecular biology professor at Scripps Research institute, and founding a biotech startup that he took public. I was fortunate enough to live in one of the fifteen metropolitan areas in which the movie played, unfortunately playing for only one week in January 2014 before closing.  I co-organized a rally held on...
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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D… Sex: The New War on Men

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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D… Sex: The New War on Men

Sex: The New War on Men Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. It cannot have escaped anyone’s notice that on May Day (May 1, 2014), and within hours of one another, the nation and the media have been bombarded with more than a half dozen exquisitely choreographed and coordinated reports demanding action based on claims of skyrocketing sexual assaults occurring on campus and on the battlefield. But are these claims plausible?  I argue not. Singly, or in combination, all of these claims suffer from one or more of the following five fatal flaws. 1.  Sexual allegations made by females are not taken as allegations but rather as “settled fact.”  These claims do not even consider the possibility that women might lie about any manner of things sexual and there is no statistical correction for false sexual allegations. 2.  Women commit sexual assaults on men but...
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NCFM Member Anoymous says someone is abusing sexual assault statistics…

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NCFM Member Anoymous says someone is abusing sexual assault statistics…

STATISTICAL ABUSE By Anonymous The recent release of a report by the White House concerning sexual assault on campus has sparked a media frenzy.  The statistic often mentioned in media reports on the topic is that 19% of college women are sexually assaulted.  This is horrifying—almost 1 in 5 women are sexually assaulted while pursuing a college education!  How is this possible? A closer look at the evidence reveals that the basis for the frenzy is exaggerated.  This 19% statistic comes from The Campus Sexual Assault Study performed for the National Institute of Justice by the Research Triangle Institute in 2007 using federal funding.  Let’s look at the report in more detail.  Statistical samples of women and men were selected from student lists of two large U.S. universities.  About 57% of the sampled students were women.  All sampled students...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda on IHeart radio re cop arrested for domestic violence

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda on IHeart radio re cop arrested for domestic violence

Gilbert Lorenzo, 31, San Diego Police Department jailed for DV even though his wife abuses drugs, alcohol, and was earlier convicted of domestic violence. Mr. Lorenzo even had protective order against his wife! Here’s a decent discussion of the issues and why men get the short end of the stick… Domestic violence is not gender specific! In the domestic violence above the probability is high that the wife is responsible. Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Amicus Letter to CA Supreme Court in Burquet v. Brumbaugh

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NCFM Amicus Letter to CA Supreme Court in Burquet v. Brumbaugh

The Family Violence Appellate Project Facebook page has the following post: “ANOTHER VICTORY IN COURT! On February 11, the Court of Appeal granted FVAP’s request to publish ‘Burquet v. Brumbaugh‘. Under the law, domestic violence survivors can get a restraining order when an abuser “disturbs the peace” of the survivor. This case says that disturbing the peace includes sending unwanted and sexually inappropriate electronic and telephonic messages, making unannounced and uninvited visits to the abuse survivor’s residence, and refusing to leave and making a scene when asked to go. This is the first California case to interpret “disturbing the peace” in the context of a non-marital relationship and in the context of telephonic, digital, and in-person contact that impacts a person’s sense of safety.” However, there was no “survivor,” no victim, no violence. There were two people, one on...
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NCFM President Harry Crouch conversation with Erin Pizzey and Dean Esmay

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NCFM President Harry Crouch conversation with Erin Pizzey and Dean Esmay

Click on the picture or here to go to the conversation. Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM April 2014 Edition of “Transitions” the longest running journal of men’s perspectives on the planet

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NCFM April 2014 Edition of “Transitions” the longest running journal of men’s perspectives on the planet

Click here or on the picture above to read Transitions Depending on your browser, Transitions may download as a PDF or open as another tab. This issue of Transitions is 22 pages. Transitions has original articles and information you will find nowhere else. Enjoy! Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review, Jimmy Carter, “A Call to Action… two thumbs and seven fingers down

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review, Jimmy Carter, “A Call to Action… two thumbs and seven fingers down

A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power. By Jimmy Carter.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 2014.   211 pages. $28.00.  http://authors.simonandschuster.com/Jimmy-Carter. Former US president Jimmy Carter has written a book on women and gender that richly deserves superlatives in a broad number of categories.  Unfortunately for the author, the distinctions of this work are almost entirely (around 99.9%) negative. Let’s start with the basics. Much to my surprise, on reading this book, I discovered that Jimmy Carter is quite possibly simultaneously the most insecure and the most egotistical author I have ever read. This is not something I say lightly, nor is it an insignificant achievement, dubious though it may be. Virtually every page is peppered with Carter’s pronouncements of his own fearless, illustrious achievements to advance female welfare throughout the world. The Convention on the Elimination of...
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NCFM Member Richard Doyle’s presentation in Qatar — “Empowering Families, Men in Families”

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NCFM Member Richard Doyle’s presentation in Qatar — “Empowering Families, Men in Families”

Richard Doyle‘s book series, “Doyle’s War, Save the Males” has for decades carried the message that good fathers are necessary in a civilized society, that men should be considered socially and legally equal to women, and decries the denigration of men and manhood.  Because this entire concept is too incorrect politically, it didn’t gain much traction in this country.  Fortunately, scholars half a world away recognized the importance of the book’s message on family and gender issues.  The Doha International Family Institute (DIFI) somehow got wind of the book and invited Mr. Doyle to moderate in Qatar’s capitol city a panel of international specialists dedicated to the enhancement and preservation of families for the Empowering Families: A Pathway to Development Conference. Financed by oil money, this small but advanced Persian Gulf nation has sponsored several innovative and cultural projects,...
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NCFM complaint helps remove Judge McCree from his bench

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NCFM complaint helps remove Judge McCree from his bench

In December 2012 NCFM filed a formal request for an investigation with the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission concerning Judge Wade McCree, Jr. AKA Judge Creep. McCree was barely hanging on to his judgeship after sending a nude picture of himself (waist up and buff) to his female bailiff. Her husband complained. Judge McCree was censored. Then McCree along with Jerkessa Geniene La’Shay Mott played sex games in McCree’s chambers, got pregnant, and conspired to send Mott’s ex husband to jail for failure to pay child support! You can read the rest here: http://ncfm.org/2012/12/action/ncfm-files-complaint-against-michigan-circuit-court-judge-wade-mccree-jr-for-being-stupid/ The response dated April 17, 2014 included the Commission’s findings and resulting “Order” by the Michigan Supreme Court. McCree was removed from office and conditionally suspended without pay for six years beginning January 1, 2015, with the suspension becoming effective only if he is reelected to...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda both thumbs up book review, Abuse & Betrayal: The Cautionary True Story of Divorce, Mistakes, Lies, and Legal Abuse.

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda both thumbs up book review, Abuse & Betrayal: The Cautionary True Story of Divorce, Mistakes, Lies, and Legal Abuse.

Abuse & Betrayal: The Cautionary True Story of Divorce, Mistakes, Lies, and Legal Abuse. By Richard Joseph. Charleston, South Carolina: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. 168 pages. $14.95. Available at www.amazon.com and the book’s amazon listing can be accessed directly via www.abuseandbetrayal.com. The evidently pseudonymous Richard Joseph has written a book that stands out in several regards.  The man had a terrible experience of being a true victim of repeated, gross injustices.  The prime offender was definitely Joseph’s former wife Diane, and the author builds a convincing case that she actually suffered from a diagnosable level of narcissistic personality.  The woman developed a pattern of repeatedly engaging in highly sexual behavior with numerous other adults of virtually every description, including some women who were clearly and repeatedly cheating on their husbands.  (Diane also ended up engaging in similar behavior). ...
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NCFM Anynomous Member and Donor concept for a “Switchboard for Men”

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NCFM Anynomous Member and Donor concept for a “Switchboard for Men”

Switchboard for Men: An Exploratory Concept Paper By an Anonymous Donor Overview The Internet has played a critical and instrumental role in the modern day men’s movement, particularly in the dissemination of information leading to the consciousness shift that’s now underway among both men and women. This proposal expands new men’s movement communication tools available via the Internet, and gives National Coalition For Men (NCFM) both a unique offering with which to bring attention to the plight of American men, and a mechanism that can generate additional Internet web site traffic. This brief concept paper describes a new service that could be inexpensively offered by the NCFM via its web site. In a nutshell, the service would provide a free self-service scheduling system that brings together young men who are confused and desiring advice, and older men who wish...
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See NCFM Wayback

waybackmachineOver the years millions of people worldwide have visited a National Coalition For Men website. Also over the years the site has changed dramatically, been taken down, moved, and otherwise uprooted. In those processes much information was lost, not recovered, and does not appear on this site. However you can see earlier versions and many of the extraordinary accomplishments of NCFM back to 1996 by using the WayBackMachine. In the search box type www.ncfm.org

One of the best resources on the Internet for falsely accused college students and their families

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Are Things Really Equal?

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

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More on the war against males in education

Bookmark this site if you are a college student or parent who cares about the children regardless of their age…

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This explains why our politicians do stupid things about domestic violence

The Richard Fine Saga and Family Court Cartel

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

Click on the picture below for Erin’s website

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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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