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Sex, Lies and the War on Men, rats exposed, thank you very much…

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Sex, Lies and the War on Men, rats exposed, thank you very much…

NCFM NOTE: In the article below, Sex, Lies, and the War on Men, James Taranto in the Wall Street Journal tells it like it is and feminists fume, thank you very much. But, James, you forgot to thank panties in a bunch Senator Claire McCaskill. To true is your revelation that she’s holding up one of America’s best generals from promotion because the good Senator wants to bring attention to the problem of sexual assault in the military. As usual McCaskill and ilk rely exclusively on fabricated feminist advocacy statistics rocketed into the media by ever-expanding definitions of sexual assault to include things like snoring, using the wrong color French-Tickler, sex with socks on, and having to repeat yes 33 times under ten seconds before getting naked. That said, we applaud Senator McCaskill as so should you Mr....
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NCFM Member Steven DeLuca, History Class, Women in the military, men paved the way with their lives

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NCFM Member Steven DeLuca, History Class, Women in the military, men paved the way with their lives

NCFM NOTE: The observations below about women in the military are in better context if you first read the last two posts. It’s certainly a matter of perspective? Our politicians get in a huff over one reversal of a military conviction, which of course would have never happened had the convicted service member been a woman, that is there wouldn’t have been a political huff but rather a celebration. Mr. DeLuca perspective is one from the battle ground not a soap box. He knows, elitist feminist politicians have no clue and don’t even care as long as the ideology progresses. Don’t care how many get hurt, how many die, especially since most of the wounded and dead have penises. Here, Mr. DeLuca reminds us that men are not much more than guinea pigs. We are the disposable sex and...
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Senator McCaskill ‘s ideological war on men – the political campaign against the military to criminalize male sexuality and protect nobody

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Senator McCaskill ‘s ideological war on men – the political campaign against the military to criminalize male sexuality and protect nobody

NCFM NOTE: Lt. Gen. Susan Helms, Air Force Academy Graduate, astronaut with four space missions, nominated by President Obama to serve as Vice Commander of the Air Force Space Command. It would seem that General Helm’s judgment would be of the highest order. The article below, at least the facts noted there, strongly support General Helm’s decision to grant clemency to an officer under her command, Capt. Matthew Herrera who had been court-martialed and convicted of aggravated sexual assault. Guilty or not, Missouri Senator McCaskill deep-sixed General Helm’s presidential nomination because of the General’s decision “sent a damaging message to survivors of sexual assault who are seeking justice in the military justice system.” Apparently, like all ideologically driven elitist feminists, justice is simply an annoyance to be avoided if it impedes their progress in taking over the world and...
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HUGE, but not new, NEWS! GENDER INEQUITY AMONG THE GENDER EQUITY ENFORCERS (and Title IX)

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HUGE, but not new, NEWS! GENDER INEQUITY AMONG THE GENDER EQUITY ENFORCERS (and Title IX)

NCFM NOTE: This is a MUST READ article by published by the National Association of Scholars.  Please visit their site. Title IX was intended to correct disparate treatment by sex. The law is wielded like a well honed axe when more opportunities exist for men than women, but never the other way around. Here, this article clearly demonstrates, Title IX enforcers violate the laws they are well paid to enforce. We need a couple of very good Title IX or civil rights attorneys to step up and start filing complaints. Legal action is needed. These dreamy hypocrites need to be put in their proper place, the unemployment line… GENDER INEQUITY AMONG THE GENDER EQUITY Jun 12, 2013 | Peter Wood Several days ago I published an essay about a new policy on sexual harassment issued by the U.S. Office of Civil...
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Scholars taking a closer look at elitist feminist attack on “innocent until proven guilty”

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Scholars taking a closer look at elitist feminist attack on “innocent until proven guilty”

NCFM NOTE: Below is an excellent must read article from The Community of the Falsely Accused. Here’s how it works, in small part anyway: after convincing one or two willing legislators and a handful of journalists that a problem exists elitist feminist have laws written to suit their beliefs which are supported by not much more than “I want it.” They scream, threaten, and otherwise coerce acquiescence until they get what they want. Here, over the years, they wanted watered down and aggressively expanded definitions of sexual assault until almost all unwanted behavior could be construed as a criminal offense. We received a phone call this week from the grandmother of a young man incarcerated for the last six months because they cannot afford bail. He was incarcerated because several weeks after ending a relationship with a young woman he...
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How a one-man-band activist helps defeat elitist feminist lies, NCFM Member Daniel Arp

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How a one-man-band activist helps defeat elitist feminist lies, NCFM Member Daniel Arp

NCFM NOTE: People often ask what they can do to help defeat feminist lies, help change the lopsided gender imbalance that disadvantages men in almost all areas of our culture and society. One person can do much. NCFM member Daniel Arp has been a one man band with bunny batteries for years. He regularly speaks at board meetings of various government organizations, colleges and universities. Even though he is not on the agenda, these venues offer a three-minute opportunity for anyone to speak at the end of the meeting. Daniel is a regular three-minute “Here I am again have you heard me yet” advocate who believes so strongly in our cause that he refuses to be unheard. So, if you ever have to ask what you can do to help win the war against men consider becoming a one...
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NCFM Member Patrick McAuliffe, Esq. – gender bias against female musicians substance abusers, not.

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NCFM Member Patrick McAuliffe, Esq. – gender bias against female musicians substance abusers, not.

NCFM NOTE: Read the article in the Medical Bag then read Mr. McAuliffe’s article below for another revealing look at misandry in action re musicians. Medical Bag: http://www.themedicalbag.com/story/amy-winehouse gender bias against female musicians substance abusers, not. by NCFM Member Patrick McAuliffe, Esq. I would like to address your allegation of gender bias in the music industry. Firstly, you do not cite to one single source to support of your rather suspect claim, yet assert that gender bias exists towards musicians who are female and substance abusers. This type of unsupported statement, which is nothing more than misandry, is all part of the current PC mantra. I believe you would agree that when a woman such as Whitney Houston, who repeatedly and vociferously stated that she did not have a drug problem, could never be helped due to denial. What you...
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Center for Prosecutor Integrity study reveals that American’s don’t trust prosecutors!

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Center for Prosecutor Integrity study reveals that American’s don’t trust prosecutors!

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Teri Stoddard Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: tstoddard@saveservices.org Most Americans Doubt Fairness of Criminal Justice System, Reveals Center for Prosecutor Integrity  WASHINGTON / June 11, 2013 – A public opinion survey reveals a substantial majority of persons harbor doubts about the effectiveness of the American criminal justice system. The nationwide survey reveals a crisis of confidence in our nation’s legal system, says the non-profit Center for Prosecutor Integrity. The presumption of innocence is a bedrock principle of the American legal system. But two-thirds (66.8%) of the survey respondents believe the presumption of innocence is becoming lost in our nation’s legal system. Equal treatment is promised by the 14h Amendment to the Constitution. But three-quarters (74.8%) believe our legal system often does not follow the rule of ‘equal treatment under the law.’ Prosecutors occupy a central role in the...
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A Joke of a Men’s Studies Center A Joke of a Men’s Studies Center A Joke…

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A Joke of a Men’s Studies Center A Joke of a Men’s Studies Center A Joke…

A Joke of a Men’s Studies Center Posted By Bruce Bawer On June 5, 2013, Frontpage Mag The thrilling news was announced just a couple of weeks ago: the State University of New York at Stony Brook is starting a brand-new Women’s Studies Center. Among the distinguished members of its Advisory Board will be iconic Hustler publisher Larry Flynt, renowned stand-up comic Andrew “Dice” Clay, gridiron legend and screen actor extraordinaire O. J. Simpson, former President Bill Clinton… Oh, sorry. My mistake. The real story is this: according to a May 20 press release, Stony Brook, which happens to be my (cough) alma mater (cough), has received a hefty grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to start a “Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities.” The Center, which will open this fall and which...
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NCFM Member Michael Conzachi — The epidemic of sexual assault in the military; or lack thereof

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NCFM Member Michael Conzachi — The epidemic of sexual assault in the military; or lack thereof

NCFM NOTE:  Sexual assault is wrong — period. Sexual assault resulting in injury and emotional trauma should be severely dealt with. But ever-expanding elitist feminist ideologically driven definitions can turn good soldiers into dishonorably discharged soldiers, especially male soldiers. Definitions must not include making someone ” feel uncomfortable” or telling someone they have a nice ass, male or female, since asses are not gender specific. I just received a phone call asking if we could give a speaker to come talk to group of soldiers about false accusations. Moral was low he said. A woman from base Family Services just finished another all men bad presentation about sexual assault. He said the men felt “hopeless,” were intimidated and afraid to speak up for fear of being labeled bad or a bigot. He said such trainings are mandatory and always...
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NCFM Member Richard Driscoll, Ph.D. (Dr D), A Softer Approach to Punishments

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NCFM Member Richard Driscoll, Ph.D. (Dr D), A Softer Approach to Punishments

A Softer Approach to Punishments by Richard Driscoll, Ph.D. (Dr D) Punishment has a harsh reputation, and can easily produce lingering bitterness. Suppose typical teenager Sally is required to do her homework before dinner, so she can make it to bed at a reasonable hour and rise for school the next day. Suppose also that dinner rolls around and Sally (you guessed it) has played around all afternoon on her cell phone and has not even started her homework. Mom and Dad have been through this before, and by now they are frustrated and angry. Mom takes the cell phone away from Sally, for a week, and dad backs her up. Sally feels that her parents are oh so unreasonable, and she turns sullen and goes up to her room, closes the door, and stays there. From here, things...
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New organization of leading women for shared parenting may finally end courts favoring mothers

New organization of leading women for shared parenting may finally end courts favoring mothers

NCFM NOTE: NCFM Member Larry Kerkman’s CRISPE Bus (Children’s Initiative For Sharing Parents Equally) traveled the country advocating for shared parenting. I was privileged to work with Larry in developing CRISPE. The travel arrangements were unquestionably more comfortable than the Freedom Riders rides several decades ago. But riding for freedom it was nonetheless. State by state CRISPE and crew traveled rallying support for shared parenting. State capitals, county fairs, Washington D.C., wherever it made sense our bus took truth and hope across the country to millions who saw it. CRISPE was an awakening of sorts. An awakening for those who knew something was horribly wrong with our country but couldn’t put a finger on it to pin it down. Many shared parenting advocates came before CRISPE. Many more advocate for shared parenting now. Legislatures are struggling over related bills opposed...
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Men’s Rights Movement Sees Resurgence Among Millennial Males

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Men’s Rights Movement Sees Resurgence Among Millennial Males

NCFM NOTE: The Men’s Rights Movement is not about male superiority. If men support women’s equality then necessarily women should support men’s equality. Anything less is idiocy.  But, you cannot have one without the other; and, that’s what women like the woman in the above video don’t get. She is a prime example of a product an educational system based on ideology, not substance. She is a production line widget of dangerous ignorance. Thank you Huffington Post for the article below. Thank you to the women and their male supporters in the above video for showing the world what hate speech looks like. You won’t hear that sort of speech from here. Please thank the Huffington Post for the article below… Men’s Rights Movement Sees Resurgence Among Millennial Males The Huffington Post Canada  |  By Lauren Strapagiel Posted: 04/15/2013...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda, Esq., “highly recommends” Why Dads Leave: Insights & Resources for When Partners Become Parents

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda, Esq., “highly recommends” Why Dads Leave: Insights & Resources for When Partners Become Parents

Why Dads Leave: Insights & Resources for When Partners Become Parents. By Meryn G. Callander; Contributions by Jack W. Travis, M.D. Mullumbimby, New South Wales, Australia: Akasha Publications, 2012. www.whydadsleave.com. US $19.95. 335 pages. Review by J. Steven Svoboda. Australian social worker and wellness expert Meryn Callander has written a truly fascinating and valuable book. Why Dads Leave: Insights & Resources for When Partners Become Parents stemmed from an original idea by Callander’s long-term ex-partner, Jack W. Travis. Full disclosure: Travis and I are both activists in the same non-profit cause and have been colleagues in this work for well over a decade.   Callander and Travis were two of the principal cofounders of the Alliance for Transforming the Lives of Children (ATLC), and through ATLC as well as through the wellness center they created together, they worked hard to...
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The Biggest Myth About the Gender Wage Gap

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The Biggest Myth About the Gender Wage Gap

NCFM NOTE: For MRA’s this is old news. We see articles like this, smile, and wonder what took others so long to see the truth. It’s all about disenfranchising men while empowering women… fortunately more and more people are starting to figure that out. Feminist notions of equal treatment gave way to elitist feminist demands for government guaranteed favorable and unequal outcomes, all at the expense of out society, culture, and, in particular, our men. The Biggest Myth About the Gender Wage Gap By Derek Thompson – The Atlantic, May 30, 2013 It might be the most famous statistic about female workers in the United States: Women earn “only 72 percent as much as their male counterparts.” It’s also famously false. A new survey from PayScale this morning finds that the wage gap nearly evaporates when you control for...
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ERA now needed to protect males

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ERA now needed to protect males

NCFM NOTE: While written 12 years ago this article is as timely today as it was then — men need an Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). In fact, it’s more timely since things have gotten worse for men — much worse. Women now are more than half the work force. Women far exceed men entering and graduating from college. Women can now serve in combat positions in the military with no obligation to sign up for selective service or suffer the legal consequences for failing to register. Single professional women substantially out earn single professional men when similarly situated, the Pay Gap is simply a larger myth than it was 12 years ago. Recently  California freed thousands of female prisoners to satisfy over crowding and budgetary issues. No men with the similar or same backgrounds and sentences were so fortunate....
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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich — It All Balances Out! Male perspective.

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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich — It All Balances Out! Male perspective.

It All Balances Out! Male perspectives. by Tim Goldich There are about a dozen or so MRA speeches I’ve cooked up over the years. The speech that follows is the one that I consider to be the “safest” of the lot. This speech is designed to introduce male perspectives in the least provocative way. And it’s the speech I delivered last Sunday at Oakton Community College before a class of 35 students studying “Intercultural Communication.” Before I began speaking, a woman read the following introduction: Tim Goldich, author of Loving Men, Respecting Women: The Future of Gender Politics, believes that to the degree that Woman has always tended to be less respected than Man, Man has been less loved in equal measure and with equal consequences.  Tim concludes that, in the benefits enjoyed and in the liabilities suffered, in the...
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S. African circumcision ‘hijacked’: minister — 34 boys dead

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S. African circumcision ‘hijacked’: minister — 34 boys dead

NCFM NOTE: Circumcision for money? Circumcision for religion? Circumcision for culture? Circumcisions botched, 34 dead boys. You tell us. Is it worth it? What if they had been girls. Would the world be outraged? Absolutely… S. African circumcision ‘hijacked’: minister May 30, 2013 – 5:37AM The Sydney Morning Herald Cape Town: South Africa’s health minister says traditional male circumcision rituals have been “hijacked” by people looking to make money from the rite of passage, fuelling a spike in deaths of young males. Police have reported that 34 young men have died in recent weeks in two provinces during rituals to mark the passage into manhood at so-called initiation schools in the bush. “Over the years, this century-old culture has been slowly corrupted and eroded to give way to commercial interests,” minister Aaron Motsoaledi told lawmakers in a debate called on...
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NCFM Advisor GORDON E. FINLEY Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Emeritus — Governor waging war on men vetoed alimony reform

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NCFM Advisor GORDON E. FINLEY Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Emeritus — Governor waging war on men vetoed alimony reform

The letter below was published in The St. Augustine Record on Friday, May 10, 2013 and is followed by the article to which it responded. Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. Governor waging war on men http://staugustine.com/opinions/2013-05-09/letter-governor-waging-war-men By GORDON E. FINLEY Ph.D. Professor of Psychology Emeritus Florida International University, Miami Editor: Yet again Florida’s Medicare Fraudster lies to the citizens of Florida and continues his war on men (“Scott vetoes bill to end permanent alimony,” 5/2/13). His veto letter implicitly lies by suggesting that a half-century of Family Law and Family Court Practice has been a level playing field where both men and women have been treated equally, fairly, and that when men signed permanent alimony agreements they did so of their own free will and free of any duress. Anyone familiar with Family Court Practice knows that this lie is...
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NCFM Advisor Francis Baumli, Ph.D. — HOBOS, BUMS, BAG LADIES, STREET PEOPLE: NOW WHAT THE HOMELESS NEED IS MORE ACCURATE TERMINOLOGY

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NCFM Advisor Francis Baumli, Ph.D. — HOBOS, BUMS, BAG LADIES, STREET PEOPLE:  NOW WHAT THE HOMELESS NEED IS MORE ACCURATE TERMINOLOGY

HOBOS, BUMS, BAG LADIES, STREET PEOPLE: NOW WHAT THE HOMELESS NEED IS MORE ACCURATE TERMINOLOGY by Francis Baumli, Ph.D.  Warren Farrell’s The Myth of Male Power (1993) is, in my opinion, his best book. But I have always been skeptical about, and disappointed by, its little section which deals with homeless men.1 I thought it too brief, looked into his several sources and found them too vague, and while I appreciated his note of alarm about how this problem affects men, I never felt that he had truly dealt with the problem of homeless men. Still, I appreciated his attempt at providing sound statistics, e.g., “Ninety-six percent of the adult homeless in San Francisco are men. In other cities it is less—a median of 85 percent men.”2 I also appreciated his trenchant observation: “Remember when almost all the homeless...
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Sexual Violence Against Boys & Men in Conflict Settings: The Men of Peace, Hope and Courage — the male survivors.

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Sexual Violence Against Boys & Men in Conflict Settings: The Men of Peace, Hope and Courage — the male survivors.

NCFM NOTE: This is a must read and very important article. There are few people doing this work but the few who do are extraordinary pioneer advocates. Another seldom discussed and readily dismissed phenomenon is mother on daughter sexual abuse. Julie Brand, author of A Mother’s Touch is a leading expert and her book is highly recommended. It is noted in the article below that, “Back in 1990, Fran Sepler, quoted in Patrick Mendel’s seminal work The Male Survivor wrote of what she termed the ‘feminisation of victimisation’ – where essentially women and girls are perceived  as victims and men as the perpetrators of sexual violence. A generation later, little seems to have changed in so many respects. This is still very much the lens through which sexual violence is predominantly defined.” Courageous souls like Alastair Hilton, his friend...
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Why men don’t join the masculinity debate

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Why men don’t join the masculinity debate

NCFM NOTE: This is a great article why men don’t join the masculinity debate. O’Sullivan shows rare comprehension and a rare ability to get the main ideas across in a manner that is maximally palatable to mainstream sensibilities. Many will dismiss him anyway, but I think many others will listen to him. I like that he holds men accountable without the usual derisive hostility toward men. He gets it that men are in a bind and lends men some rare empathy. One caveat: I’d replace the word “matriarchy” with a word my editor coined, “matrisensus.” Matri-archy implies a female hier-archy, which has us looking for female senators and CEOs, which is basically looking in the wrong place to see FemalePower. If the true magnitude of FemalePower is what we’re looking to find and to understand, we need to look for...
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NCFM Member Peter Allemano exposé of Michael Kimmel’s misandric “Guyland”

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NCFM Member Peter Allemano exposé of Michael Kimmel’s misandric “Guyland”

Professor Michael Kimmel and MacArthur Foundation agree to open feminist brainwashing men’s center NCFM NOTE: we’ve learned that the planned Kimmel’s Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities at Stony Brook University will receive $300,000 a two-year start-up grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. This is horrific news and is nothing more than women studies under the guise of men’s studies? If you don’t believe it, don’t believe that this center is a feminist brainwashing center, consider the board of directors which includes the names of some of history’s most radical feminists: Members of the Center’s advisory board include Gloria Steinem, Martin Duberman, Jane Fonda, Eve Ensler, Carol Gilligan, James Gilligan, Frank Ochberg, Gov. Madeleine Kunin (Vermont), Catharine Stimpson and Hampden-Sydney College President Chris Howard.  As MRA’s assert themselves into post secondary education settings, the...
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Men get screwed by Obamacare…nothing new for men

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Men get screwed by Obamacare…nothing new for men

NCFM NOTE:  Nothing new here, except more of the same.  Even though women use substantially more health care resources than do men, under Obamacare men will generally pay more than women for healthcare. Which is the same as saying our government is reaching into wallets to fill purses for no reason other than they can. Particularly galling is that men don’t stand up for themselves and object to being abused, neither do the women who supposedly love them. Notions of fairness and justice no longer apply. What’s wrong with people paying their fair share, especially when they can? This is bad but Obamacare caters to women at the expense of men in many other ways all equally unfair to all of us. Who will pay more under Obamacare? Young men By Tami Luhby @Luhby May 14, 2013: 1:14 PM...
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Department of Education, Shakespeare, harassment, and screw the classics for political correctness

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Department of Education, Shakespeare, harassment, and screw the classics for political correctness

NCFM NOTE: If you aren’t angry after reading this, angry about more federal policies targeting men for specious sexual harassment, targeting them to criminalize them, for no reason other than they can, then you aren’t breathing… are you mad yet? If so, do something about it. Write the DOE and complain. Welcome to ‘unwelcome’ speech on campus BY GLENN GARVIN glenngarvin@miamiherald.com I know it was hard to hear anything last week over the cacophony of the White House roof falling over Benghazi, the IRS and spying on reporters. But still, I was surprised there wasn’t more fuss about the Obama administration’s war on Shakespeare. That’s right: Obama’s Justice and Education departments effectively banned America’s universities from teaching the works of the playwright generally considered the greatest writer in the history of the English language. In an order to the...
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NPR – The Unsafe Sex: Should The World Invest More In Men’s Health?

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NPR –  The Unsafe Sex: Should The World Invest More In Men’s Health?

NCFM NOTE: Notice below the comments and inferences about the recent awakening about issues in women’s health versus men’s health. Thirty or so years ago Professor Christina Hoff Sommers showed how radical feminists adroitly turn lies into dollars. First you do a study to confirm the lie, then declare a crisis, and then work politicians into a frenzy to get unnecessary legal protections, programs, and dollars. Frank S. Zepezauer, in The Feminist Crusades, adds a fourth manifestation, expand the bureaucracy. Notice how the professional women commenting below say what they say. Consider it in terms of the lies turned into bureaucracy process… After reading the article please tell us — comment below — if you think NPR is advocating for men’s health programs. The Unsafe Sex: Should The World Invest More In Men’s Health? by Michaeleen Doucleff May 18,...
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Will Francis “Coyote” Shivers be arrested tonight because of a trap set by ex-wife Pauley Perrette?

Will Francis “Coyote” Shivers be arrested tonight because of a trap set by ex-wife Pauley Perrette?

Do people set other people up just for spite? Create situations to entrap others just because it’s doable? Maybe even manipulate events to cause an arrest for a restraining order violation? Are they really that smart; or really that stupid? For those of you following the ex-husband Francis “Coyote” Shivers/Pauley Perrette ex-wife wrongful conviction, false accusations, trumped up restraining order, murder for hire soap opera, we’ve learned from independent investigators working for the various civil rights groups that one of precious Pauley’s boyfriends may have landed a bar-tending job at a cocktail lounge in Hollywood serving up Cucumber Dilettantes with muddled cucumbers and pink swizzle. Mr. Shivers frequents the place where Boyfriend will be pouring drinks, popping beer caps, and flirting with movie star wannabees. Shivers and friends have frequented this area for over 15 years. He has worked...
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NCFM calls for closer scrutiny of violent women who abuse men in light of Travis Alexander’s murder by Jodi Aris

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NCFM calls for closer scrutiny of violent women who abuse men in light of Travis Alexander’s murder by Jodi Aris

  Press Release San Diego, California, May 9, 2013 Contact: Marc Angelucci, Esq., NCFM Vice President, marcangelucci@hotmail.com   626-319-3081 SUMMARY: Travis Alexander’s murder by Jodi Aris was horrific by any measure. It may not have happened if more attention were paid to female perpetrators and their male victims.  In light of the tragic murder of Travis Alexander by his ex-girlfriend Jodi Arias, the National Coalition For Men (NCFM) calls for more attention to the neglected side of domestic violence where the perpetrator is female and the victim is male.  The neglect of male victims is so prevalent that most people do not know Alexander’s name and the public rarely calls this a case of domestic violence. Female-on-male domestic violence is not rare.  In 2011 the Centers for Disease Control announced that ”More than 1 in 3 women (35.6%) and more than 1 in 4 men (28.5%) in the United States...
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NCFM announces the first annual International Foreskin Awareness Week

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NCFM announces the first annual International Foreskin Awareness Week

NCFM Press Release San Diego, California, May 7, 2013 The National Coalition For Men (NCFM) proudly announces the first annual International Foreskin Awareness Week, from May 6 to May 12, 2013. Contact: Steven Svoboda, Esq., NCFM PR Director, arc@post.harvard.edu   925-395-2065 “One of NCFM’s goals is to educate the public about the lesser known issue of discrimination against men and boys.  In light of the recent announcement of International Clitoris Awareness Week by Clitoraid (an organization that focuses on advocacy against female genital mutilation while also opposing male genital mutilation), the importance of raising awareness about male genital mutilation is more critical than ever,” said NCFM President, Harry Crouch. “That’s also why we’re scheduling International Foreskin Awareness Week for the same days as International Clitoris Awareness Week. As part of International Foreskin Awareness Week, NCFM encourages men and women...
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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finely on why do bar associations oppose alimony reform? $$!

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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finely on why do bar associations oppose alimony reform? $$!

NCFM NOTE: Notice the editorial below opposing alimony reform says, “If she finds herself divorced after 16 years, she would be expected to re-enter the workforce and become fully self-supporting within eight years. This simply ignores the harsh realities of today’s job market, and it tells parents they cannot risk staying home with their young children,” which is absurd on its face. First, stay at home moms divorced after 16 years often have used the “stay at home” time to get a college degree or other skills training; or, they achieved professional licensing or other proficiencies before they were married. In eight years a person can get an AA, BA, a Masters Degree, and graduate  law school. Or, they can go to a trade school and develop a well paying skill in six months to two years. I don’t...
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NCFM Canadian Liaison Earl Silverman, Murdered by Suicide by the Feminized State of Canada

NCFM Canadian Liaison Earl Silverman, Murdered by Suicide by the Feminized State of Canada

Social service types might still tell you that no one is to blame for a suicide, except the person who chooses to take their own life.   Everyone is responsible for their own actions, they say. Of course, the latter has changed dramatically in the last 20 years or so. Now only men are responsible, they say, not just for their own actions, but for the wrongful actions of women. Though I’ve never thought of it until now, perhaps that’s one reason (of the many reasons) the Feminist State refuses to provide emergency shelter services for men and their children. Perhaps that’s one of the reasons my friend Earl Silverman is dead. Maybe that’s why he hung himself in his garage. Maybe in a split second of regret, eyes bulging in terror, he dug at the tightening noose around his...
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NCFM Member Girlwriteswhat address to the NY Libertarian Party Convention explaining the destructive aspects of misused feminism

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NCFM Member Girlwriteswhat address to the NY Libertarian Party Convention explaining the destructive aspects of misused feminism

NCFM NOTE: Below is a speech crafted by Girlwriteswhat. Regardless of your political views, the speech is one of the best pieces of writing ever developed about the destructive aspects of misused feminism. Absolutely amazing and we are more than pleased to share it with you. My address to the NY state libertarian party convention Hi, everyone. Firstly, I want to thank Gary for inviting me to speak here, and thank all of you for being open to the different perspective I’m hoping to present to you. Some of you–maybe all of you–might be asking yourselves, what on earth is an anti-feminist gender theorist doing speaking at a libertarian party convention. What the heck does gender, or feminism, have to do with libertarian politics and philosophies? The answer to that question is at once extremely complex, and very, very...
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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen on domestic violence not due to masculinity…

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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen on domestic violence not due to masculinity…

 Domestic violence NSW Rape Crisis Centre executive officer Karen Willis repeats the discredited claim that domestic violence is about masculinity (”Mosman woman’s death puts spotlight on domestic violence”, April 26). Research shows domestic violence is most prevalent among young people and is linked to social disadvantage, drug and alcohol abuse, mental health issues, and inadequate conflict management and emotional regulation skills. ”Masculinity” simply cannot account for the one in three reported victims of domestic assault in NSW who are male, nor the one in five offenders who are female. We won’t reduce domestic violence rates by incorrectly identifying the causes. Greg Andresen senior researcher, One in Three Campaign http://www.smh.com.au/national/letters/object-was-a-better-life-for-those-oppressed-20130426-2ik46.html#ixzz2RbpwhL5i Mosman woman’s death puts spotlight on domestic violence It was the horrific end to an already terrible tale. The death of 32-year-old Mosman resident Kate Malonyay was followed a few days...
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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D, Support alimony reform and equal shared parenting

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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D, Support alimony reform and equal shared parenting

Alimony laws are archaic and need revision. This is a historic opportunity to do just that. Mr. Finley, the group Floriday Alimony Reform, and numerous other organizations and individuals have labored for years for these reforms. If the good governor of Florida signs the reforms into law it will signal other states to do the same. Click here to sign the petition. NOTE:  If you support Alimony Reform and Equal Shared parenting, please to the petition on Change.Org and sign it to urge Governor Rick Scott to sign the legislation.  There is massive and well-financed opposition from the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar demanding that he veto it:  http://ht.ly/k2F6O Support alimony reform and equal shared parenting The lead letter below was published in The South Florida Sun-Sentinel on Thursday April 25, 2013 and is followed by the...
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