NCFM Member Gary Constanza offers a petition to change the definition of feminism

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NCFM Member Gary Constanza offers a petition to change the definition of feminism

Let’s get real and change the definition of feminism The dictionary definition for Republican is: “favoring a conservative stance, limited central government, strong national defense.” The dictionary definition for Democrat is: “follows a liberal program, tends to promote a strong central government and expansive social programs.” Both are pretty accurate and in line with current accepted definitions. Political definitions such as these change over time, (for example today’s Republican has no resemblance to the Republicans of Abe Lincoln’s day) and reference books of the day should accurately reflect the currently held values, opinions, and actions of that political group. So why is this the definition of feminism in the Oxford dictionary? “the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.” In my opinion, and the opinions of many others, the dictionary definition...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda two thumbs up for Secrets of Great Marriages

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda two thumbs up for Secrets of Great Marriages

Secrets of Great Marriages: Real Truth from Real Couples about Lasting Love. By Charlie and Linda Bloom. Novato, California: New World Library, 2010. 233 pp. $14.95. www.newworldlibrary.com. Review by J. Steven Svoboda Therapists, workshop co-leaders, and life partners Linda and Charlie Bloom have written a book that is more unusual than it should be. This book is packed with inspiring stories of pairs of people who manage to stay committed, to enjoy each other, and to move forward despite the many challenges life and marriage can offer. The Blooms networked through colleagues, relatives, and friends to locate twenty-seven married couples to feature in their book, each of whom have been together at least fifteen years and an average of thirty years. The list is diverse, including lesbian and gay couples, couples of various races including interracial couples, working-class people,...
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NCFM Member Naomi Evans first letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation

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NCFM Member Naomi Evans first letter to Washington legislators re paternity fraud reform legislation

Dear Washington Legislators, Last year’s Legislature brought our state closer than ever before to passing some much needed legislation that would relieve men unjustly impacted by paternity fraud. With the help of Senator Jan Angel (from the 26th district sponsoring Senate Bill 5997), our family, and others across the state, fought hard and waited patiently for our Legislators to give us the justice so many of us have been asking for.  Unfortunately this paramount bill was allowed to sit on the Senate floor without a vote until it officially died and was sent to the Legislators “X” files. Some of you have certainly heard my family’s story, but for those who have not, I think it is important to remind you all of the constant injustice we are living. This is also a reminder of what many men and their...
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NCFM International Men’s Day Event Saint Cloud, Minnesota

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NCFM International Men’s Day Event Saint Cloud, Minnesota

INTERNATIONAL MEN’S DAY EVENT! Please, join us to celebrate! An invitation to learn about men’s issues on International Men’s Day in Saint Cloud, Minnesota In observance of International Men’s Day, the Twin Cities Chapter of NCFM will have an information table in the Main Lounge of Atwood Center at Saint Cloud State University, Wednesday, November 19 from 10 AM to 3 PM.  We will have information about the range of men’s human rights issues and about NCFM. Atwood is located on the corner of 6th Street South and 1st Avenue. The street address is 651 1st Avenue South. Link to Mapquest Meet members and friends of our NCFM Twin Cities Chapter. NCFM is the oldest gender inclusive Men’s Human Rights organization in America, if not on the planet.  Our Twin Cities Chapter has been doing outreach and education for...
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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

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, Advisers, 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...
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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”

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...
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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

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, like...
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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

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

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 sad to read such extreme, biased...
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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”

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”…. No...
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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

‘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 Bates...
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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”

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...
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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

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 of...
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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

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 967 and 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...
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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

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...
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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”

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 perspective...
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NCFM Member John Erwin, Former FSO, “MISSING THE MARK, False Allegations in the U.S. Government

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NCFM Member John Erwin, Former FSO, “MISSING THE MARK, False Allegations in the U.S. Government

MISSING THE MARK False Allegations in the U.S. Government by John Erwin, Former U.S. Foriegn Service Officer (FSO)   *The statements in this paper do not reflect any official position of the United States Government. In a February 2013 Time Out Chicago interview, novelist Gillian Flynn discussed her best-selling thriller Gone Girl. When the interviewer asked Flynn, “You’ve said you want to counter the woman-as-victim motif of thrillers; you want to write about the violence of women. What’s at stake for you in imagining that violence?” Flynn responded, Women are just as violently minded as men are, but with men it’s taken for granted. It’s something to be gotten out of the system or something to be put up with or dealt with, whereas women, it’s still considered this very surprising thing. And that’s because of this, to me,...
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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…

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! ________________________________   Share and Enjoy:Like this:Like Loading...
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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

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...
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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 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...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D opinion published in Sacramento Bee about new domestic violence laws in California

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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D opinion published in Sacramento Bee about new domestic violence laws in California

NCFM NOTE: Governor Brown’s signing of a bill that tells judges to issue domestic violence restraining orders based solely on the testimony of the petitioner paves the way for even more false accusations without fear of repercussions. Domestic violence accusations become convictions Published appropriately on the eve of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the letter below appeared in the newspaper of California’s capital – The Sacramento Bee – on Tuesday, September 30, 2014. Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. Domestic violence accusations become convictions http://www.sacbee.com/2014/09/27/6740381/dv-accusations-become-convictions.html Re “Governor approves two domestic violence bills” (SacBee.com, Sept. 26): No one stands up in favor of domestic violence. However, one of the dangerously intended provisions of a DV bill just signed by Gov. Brown reads “It also lets judges issue restraining orders based solely on the testimony of the person requesting the order.” As commonly used...
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NCFM Australia Liaison Greg Andresen sends the latest news of domestic violence in Western Australia

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NCFM Australia Liaison Greg Andresen sends the latest news of domestic violence in Western Australia

New Anglicare WA Report finds over half of Domestic Violence victims are male for some forms of abuse Anglicare WA have just released their Community Perceptions Report 2014: Family And Domestic Violence. The report found that between 18 per cent and over 50 per cent of victims of family and domestic violence were male, depending on the kinds of violent and abusive behaviours surveyed. Percentage of victims that were male for different behaviours: Isolating behaviours – over 50% (exact figures not published) Shamed on social media – over 50% (exact figures not published) Being pushed, slapped, punched, choked or kicked – 42.6% Being induced to physical or emotional exhaustion – 41.0% Mind games and manipulation – 41.0% Being stalked or followed – 35.7% Forced sexual contact or coercion – 18.2% The report also found that between 14 per cent and...
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NCFM receives response from US Attorney General in National Coalition For Men; James Lesmeister v. Selective Service System…

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NCFM receives response from US Attorney General in National Coalition For Men; James Lesmeister v. Selective Service System…

Click here to rea the U S Govt’s Brief in Selective Service Case Appeal PDF file Background Selective Service (military conscription) | National Coalition For Men … ncfm.org/military-conscription/ Selective Service (military conscription). No gender oppression is comparable in magnitude to the deaths of males in war, which includes forced conscription. NCFM sues Selective Service for requiring only men to register for … ncfm.org/…/ncfm-sues-selective–service-for-requiring-only-men-to-register- for-the-draft/ Apr 4, 2013 … NCFM’s complaint alleges that because men and women are now similarly situated in the military, Selective Service’s requirement that only … NCFM files opening appellate brief in NCFM v. Selective Service … ncfm.org/…/ncfm-files-opening-appellate-brief-in-ncfm-v-selective–service– system/ Jun 25, 2014 … Selective Service System as premature (not “ripe”) because the military had not completely implemented its new policy of allowing women to … Dragonslayer Schlafly wrong on Selective Service | National … ncfm.org/…/selective–service/dragonslayer-schlafly-wrong-on-selective– service/ Jun 24,...
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NCFM Member Steven DeLuca abused musings, two women

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NCFM Member Steven DeLuca abused musings, two women

I knew two women, poorly educated, one ran the local safe house and the other gave talks to schools and the police department using the myths of DV that have been used for years. One of the women had a son that I took to play tennis with my son. I had dinner with them and with a girlfriend, I will call her Nancy. Nancy had a lot of trauma in her life, two siblings died from Cystic F, her dad committed suicide, but to me she was beautiful, loving and sexy, until she became increasingly violent.  Her father was bipolar and she turned out to be as well.  Prior to my relationship with her she had been violent with other men, I learned later.  When we were together as lovers but not living together at one point my...
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NCFM Member Mark Lesmeister letter about false domestic violence stats in Huston Chronicle

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NCFM Member Mark Lesmeister letter about false domestic violence stats in Huston Chronicle

Domestic fights Regarding “Domestic violence not confined to the NFL” (Page B7, Friday), Jeff Temple makes some valid points about the prevalence of domestic violence in the U.S. However, why is it that every article about domestic violence must be marred by misleading statistics that minimize the two-sex nature of the problem? Temple claims that female victims “far outnumber” male victims? Yet, the very same survey that found 24 percent of women suffer violence at the hands of an intimate partner in their lifetimes found that 14 percent of men are similarly victimized. When one includes other types of family violence such as elder abuse and child abuse, male victims become even more prevalent. Even those numbers don’t include violence done to men by non-family members at the behest of a former intimate partner, which doesn’t even get counted...
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NCFM NorCal and Bay Area Fathers’ Support Group invite you to a gettogether!

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NCFM NorCal and Bay Area Fathers’ Support Group invite you to a gettogether!

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NCFM Member Alan Millard writes, “Elliot Rogers: A Tragic Case of Female Bullying”

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NCFM Member Alan Millard writes, “Elliot Rogers: A Tragic Case of Female Bullying”

Elliot Rogers: A Tragic Case of Female Bullying  By Alan Millard Female bullying of young men/older boys is a problem–commonly conveyed through rejection and humiliation in movies, other media, and is evident on college campuses–just as any other form of bullying. An example was provided by 18-year-old Elliot Rogers who in May 2014, went about expressing his resentment in the wrong way, killing and injuring several people before he was shot by the police. However, it’s interesting how the sex-biased media quickly refers to someone as this as a woman-hater yet fails to make the same reference to the many women who commonly express their hatred of men. The counterpart hatred of men is the cause of his condition, no different than the other forms of bullying that have resulted in school killings. Women are commonly cruel in rejecting...
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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen and the One in Three campaign media release, “One third of domestic violence victims denied services”

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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen and the One in Three campaign media release, “One third of domestic violence victims denied services”

16 Sep 2014 6:00 AM AEST Media release – for immediate release – Tuesday September 16th 2014 One third of domestic violence victims denied services Following last week’s launch of Our Watch – a new national initiative aimed to prevent violence against women and their children – the One in Three Campaign has released a new analysis of the latest Australian data on male victims of family violence. Senior Researcher Greg Andresen said, “We are very glad to see violence against women being taken so seriously by the Australian Government. However we are extremely concerned that one third of victims of sexual assault and family violence are excluded by One Watch and its sister organisation ANROWS simply on the basis of their gender.” The analysis of the ABS Personal Safety Survey and the AIC Homicide in Australia, 2008–10, published...
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NCFM Arizona Chapter President Richard Cassalata M.Ed. article on the Domestic Violnece Industries backdoor politics in Arizona

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NCFM Arizona Chapter President Richard Cassalata M.Ed. article on the Domestic Violnece Industries backdoor politics in Arizona

The Back Door Politics of Arizona’s Domestic Violence Coalitions: A Real Threat to Real Victims  By Richard Cassalata M.Ed. NCFM-Arizona and Men’s Rights Group of Arizona (www.mensrightsofarizona.com) was contacted by the Arizona Children and Families Foundation (www.azcff.com) about a not so secret, but yet, “secret” government meeting about domestic violence policy implications in Arizona. NCFM-Arizona received notice of this “public” hearing thirty minutes before the Committee on the Impact for Domestic Violence and the Courts began this so-called public hearing on September 9, 2014. Being informed of the implications of this meeting for new legislative action on domestic violence we were forced to drop everything to attend the meeting fearing the worst possible outcome for the citizens of Arizona. The worst meaning, male victims of domestic violence would have no voice in legislative issues if men’s rights organizations were...
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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

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

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IMPORTANT – This is an example of what some of our elected officials want for the general population.

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

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

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Great Resources for Abused Men

 
  • 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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