California Parents File Federal Racketeering Lawsuit against Family Court Judges; Charge Criminal Extortion, Bribery, Abuse of Office

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California Parents File Federal Racketeering Lawsuit against Family Court Judges; Charge Criminal Extortion, Bribery, Abuse of Office

CaliforniParents File Federal Racketeering Lawsuit against Family Court Judges; Charge Criminal Extortion, Bribery, Abuse of Office PRESS RELEASE August 20, 2013 — San Diego, CA – In its continuing campaign to end the harassment, fraud, and abuse rampant in California State Family Courts, a parents’ rights group, the California Coalition for Families and Children, has filed a lawsuit today in federal court charging the San Diego County courts, social workers, divorce attorneys, and psychologists with federal criminal racketeering. “The abuses of parents and children by Family Courts, social workers, and family law attorneys have harmed parents and children for far too long. We intend to end that abuse.” says CCFC President Colbern Stuart. “Family court is designed by its makers to be probably the most dangerous life event parents and children can endure. It enables and profits from every inhumane instinct known to man—greed, hate,...
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Women Who Occupy San Diego and Sexual Harassment – Dingos devouring their own after an injury

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Women Who Occupy San Diego and Sexual Harassment – Dingos devouring their own after an injury

One of our NCFM members reported that Women Who Occupy San Diego has a website with a poster, Violence Against Women No More Excuses! Stop It Now! Then it says on their website, “The recent spotlight on sexual harassment in San Diego is indicative of what women endure every day, in all areas of our lives. Women Occupy San Diego kicks off their campaign, No More Excuses. Stop it now!  The “recent spotlight” being on San Diego’s can’t-keep-his-hands-to-himself ex-Mayor Bob Filner. It’s the juxtaposition that’s intriguing. Violence, by definition, “the use of physical force to injure somebody…” Here, then, for the Women Who Occupy, sexual harassment is violence even in the absence of the use of physical force to injure — another assault on the lexicon of human behavior. Really? Wow, who knew? Every woman everyday is sexually harassed! That...
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State Representative AND domestic violence advocate Brenda Kupchick arrested in family fight…nah, yes, really, go figure, hey(!), it happens!

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State Representative AND domestic violence advocate Brenda Kupchick arrested in family fight…nah, yes, really, go figure, hey(!), it happens!

NCFM NOTE: Domestic violence…well,  ”It’s a family matter; it’s personal,” said her husband…”You don’t know anything about the situation,” said Kupchick’s sister Fabrizi… “Every family has occasional disagreements,” said State Rep. Brenda Kupchick, “I will always put the best interests of my family and my family’s children first,” she added… really? Might be considered denial if Jupchick had a penis. As the saga unfolds will the good State Senator be ordered into a 52 batterer intervention program? Maybe a batterer intervention program provided by one of her favorite nonprofits like the Center for Women and Families? Will she have to register as a DV perp? Nah, the DA will find a way not to prosecute. Story will die in a day or two. Though Bridgeport’s domestic violence operatives will surely rally to somehow blame it all on a man? Clearly...
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NCFM Member Anonymous writes about “SEXISM IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS”

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NCFM Member Anonymous writes about “SEXISM IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS”

SEXISM IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS By Anonymous The Mountaineers is an outdoors club headquartered in Seattle devoted to hiking, climbing, skiing, kayaking, etc.  (Go to www.mountaineers.org for more information.)  For the most part, it is a great group, with countless people volunteering their time and expertise to help people enjoy the outdoors.  I was a member for 27 years. However, the last few years, the Mountaineers had sponsored Women’s Wellness Weekends for women only.  I was aware of other women-only events as well.  I did not know of any men-only activities.  The group has an official policy against sexual discrimination.  I assumed that if I pointed out this sexism to the club’s leadership, that they would stop these Women’s Weekends immediately.  This did not happen.  Instead, they justified the Women’s Weekends with the strange and convenient argument that the...
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NCFM PR Director J. Steven Svoboda, Esq. review of Forgetting Children Born of War: Setting the Human Rights Agenda in Bosnia and Beyond.

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NCFM PR Director J. Steven Svoboda, Esq. review of Forgetting Children Born of War: Setting the Human Rights Agenda in Bosnia and Beyond.

Forgetting Children Born of War: Setting the Human Rights Agenda in Bosnia and Beyond. By R. Charli Carpenter. New York: Columbia University Press, 2010.  273 pages.  www.cup.columbia.edu. No price listed on book but website gives price as $37. Review by J. Steven Svoboda R. Charli Carpenter, assistant professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, has done that rarest of things. She has written a book, “Forgetting Children Born of War: Setting the Human Rights Agenda in Bosnia and Beyond,” that is so outstanding that ultimately it comes to shed light far beyond its focused topic.  Full disclosure: Carpenter has extensively interviewed me in preparation for her next book, which analyzes several political movements including intactivism (anti-circumcision work). First of all, it has to be said that Carpenter is nothing less than an astoundingly lucid and fluid writer,...
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Sex on Campus: She Can Play That Game, Too.

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Sex on Campus: She Can Play That Game, Too.

NCFM NOTE: This CNN Opinion Piece is another example of people finally getting fed up with special interest groups and the media heaping shame, blame, and guilt onto men. Thank you CNN and author Daniel Yellin. Daniel Yellin is a Benjamin Franklin Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, where he is studying marketing and operations management at the Wharton School of Business and cinema studies in the College of Arts & Sciences. He is an intern at CNN. (CNN) — Last month, the New York Times published an article in its Sunday Styles section with the headline “Sex on Campus: She Can Play That Game, Too.” It focused on what it called the casual hookup culture at my school, the University of Pennsylvania, where I am a junior. It found that many students see relationships from a purely economic...
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Rape is not ‘normalized’: expert says the vast majority of men would never commit rape

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Rape is not ‘normalized’: expert says the vast majority of men would never commit rape

NCFM NOTE: From the Community of the Wrongly Accused . If you have not bookmarked their site you should. And, if the majority of men never commit rape then it follows then that the majority of women are not raped. Don’t believe feminist advocacy stats, most of which are ridiculous on their face if you take 30 or seconds to use your common sense to think them through… Rape is not ‘normalized’: expert says the vast majority of men would never commit rape Dr. David Lisak, one of American’s most respected experts on sexual assault and a darling of feminist bloggers, gave the opening address to a large crowd at the 2013 Summit on Sexual Assault, called Not in Our State, at Montana State University on Monday. Dr. Lisak explained that over 90 percent of all rapes are committed...
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MUST READ: EJF newsletter – The Low-Road to Disaster – Advocacy Research by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D

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MUST READ: EJF newsletter – The Low-Road to Disaster – Advocacy Research by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D

Introduction     Fifty years ago scientific studies were presumed to have been completed under carefully-controlled conditions with the best available methods, analysis, and review applied to the data before publication. Scientific rigor thus generated public trust. The work and accuracy of engineers is plainly evident. If a bridge falls, an airplane crashes due to a mechanical defect, and so on, the design is plainly flawed and the engineers behind the project are usually held to account. Medical doctors can, and have buried many mistakes, but eventually it becomes evident that they must wash their hands after dissecting a corpse and before delivering a baby. So now one finds a scrub room outside every surgery and hand sanitizers throughout hospitals. Eventually they were even willing to accept that H. pylori was the cause of ulcers, along with other enlightenment brought...
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NCFM Award Winner Cathy Young article “What About Men’s Rights”

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NCFM Award Winner Cathy Young article “What About Men’s Rights”

Valley Advocate Guest Column: What About Men’s Rights? Wednesday, August 14, 2013 By Cathy Young Never mind the “war on women:” according to growing numbers of activists and authors, it’s males in modern Western society who are under siege and whose rights need defending. Is this the next frontier for gender justice or a woman-hating backlash? Men’s advocacy raises worthy issues that often draw unfair ridicule. Unfortunately, it is also prone to toxic rhetoric that subverts its valid points and alienates potential supporters. To many, the very notion of men’s issues or men’s rights seems laughable. But if women were dying in 90 percent of workplace fatalities and three out of four suicides, would we not see such numbers as troubling—and as legitimate women’s issues? Unlike racial profiling of minorities, the disproportionate targeting of males by law enforcement gets...
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ScienceDaily reports that A Man’s Occupation Linked to Time Spent On Housework

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ScienceDaily reports that A Man’s Occupation Linked to Time Spent On Housework

NCFM NOTE: Thank you NCFM Baja Liaison Robert Yourell for referring us to this article… also, as far as I know single Dads have been supporting families and doing housework regardless of studies, though this study is interesting was it worth the $$$. A Man’s Occupation Linked to Time Spent On Housework, Study Finds Aug. 13, 2013 — A woman’s work is never done — or so the saying goes. Though women still do about two thirds of household chores, the division of labor may depend on what her mate does for a living. New research by University of Notre Dame Sociologist Elizabeth Aura McClintock shows that when married or cohabiting men are employed in heavily female occupations — like teaching, childcare work, or nursing — they spend more time doing housework, compared to when they are employed in...
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NCFM Award Winner BARBARA KAY: KFC’s ‘hot shot bites’ ad campaign leaves me cold

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NCFM Award Winner BARBARA KAY: KFC’s ‘hot shot bites’ ad campaign leaves me cold

NCFM NOTE: Canadian national columnist Barbara Kay takes on slap happy Kentucky Fried Chicken ads! It’s just a matter of time now. Just a matter of time before Uncle Sanders rises from the grave and thumps those that have sullied his name by promoting female violence against men. Just a matter of time… don’t buy their chicken. Please, if you have not done so sign the petition asking for KFC to stop these ads: http://www.change.org/petitions/kentucky-fried-chicken-stop-making-light-of-domestic-violence BARBARA KAY: KFC’s ‘hot shot bites’ ad campaign leaves me cold Walk down the endless hot sauce aisle at any kitchen specialty store and you may conclude, along with me, that the whole concept of hot sauce is an intrinsically masculine obsession. I deduce this from the names of the various sauces. Their common theme seems to be the gastronomic pleasure to be derived from...
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NCFM Transitions, July 2013 Edition, the longest running, oldest, and only Men’s Rights Journal on the planet

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NCFM Transitions, July 2013 Edition, the longest running, oldest, and only Men’s Rights Journal on the planet

130808 Transitions published copy Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Advisor Richard Davis, Words Revealing and Rare… Another reason for a White House Council on Men and Boys

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NCFM Advisor Richard Davis, Words Revealing and Rare… Another reason for a White House Council on Men and Boys

George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin , and the White House Council on Men and Boys…not. Words Revealing and Rare July 30, 2013 11:18 AM EDT (Updated: July 31, 2013 01:40 PM EDT) Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein On the front page of the July 20, 2013 issue of the Boston Globe President Obama notes that the Trayvon Martin homicide reveals that lingering racial tensions in American persist.” In fact, protests across the nation document that the President is right. Racial tensions do linger in the minds of many Americans and as the President noted in 2009, we need to talk about it. However, the Trayvon Martin homicide must not become another 21st century “teachable moment” about race, similar to the all but forgotten July 16, 2009 arrest of Professor Henry Louis Gates...
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“Can’t we all just get along…” men’s rights activists should play nice

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“Can’t we all just get along…” men’s rights activists should play nice

“Can’t we all just get along…” …men’s rights activists should play nice and keep quiet… By Honey Badger Brigade It’s an argument we’ve heard over and over from sources critical of the men’s human rights movement. It gets handed to us by individuals who think of feminism and the MHRM as two opposite ends of an activism spectrum, with feminists representing women, and the MHRM representing men. The latest version of it, a Boston Globe editorial by Cathy Young, is a sugar-coated rehash of the same tone argument feminists have been using to try to shame MHRAs into silence for years; shaming language, claims that MHRAs are too loud, too brash, too rude, and talk too much about the problems the movement exists to address. She could have snatched the last few paragraphs of her article almost directly from...
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KFC slaps men to sell chickens! Pathetic.

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KFC slaps men to sell chickens! Pathetic.

KFC uses stereotypical slapstick advertising to sell spicy chicken. But all this KFC advertising does is promote violence, violence against men. Considering the world we live in it is hard to understand how a huge conglomerate like Yum! Brands, owner of KFC, fell prey to such immature and archaic marketing. Click on the picture to watch the video. It is showing at www.KFC.com too! We guess KFC is proud of it, though it probably makes their chickens blush with shame. Below the picture is a copy of the letter was sent them asking them to stop the ads. We’re asking you to go to their website and ask them the same. We’re also asking the you stop buying KFC until they stop running the ad campaign. You can sign an online petition to have KFC change their ads here: http://www.change.org/petitions/kentucky-fried-chicken-stop-making-light-of-domestic-violence ....
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NCFM Member Joe Manthey, Petaluma 360 article on rape biased

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NCFM Member Joe Manthey, Petaluma 360 article on rape biased

NCFM NOTE: not long ago Women Industries had a strangle hold on the media, articles about women making false accusations of rape were forbidden. An article like Mr. Manthey’s had as much chance of getting published as an abused man finding support services. Manthey points to shoddy Women Industry reporting techniques used to promote fantasies about big bad abusive men while completely obliterating by omission any rational thought of the abusive women. Here again is a blatant example of all rights and protection with no responsibility or guilt. Thank you Mr. Manthey and Petaluma 360. Please go to their website and leave a comment — after leaving a comment here of course… Guest Commentary on Petaluma 360 Article on rape was biased By Joe Manthey Published: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at 4:47 p.m. I found it ironic that Argus-Courier...
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NCFM Advisor Phil Cook in NEWSWEEK’S DAILY BEAST, In Cases of Domestic Violence, Men Are Also Victims, Celebrity Emma Roberts arrested

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NCFM Advisor Phil Cook in NEWSWEEK’S DAILY BEAST, In Cases of Domestic Violence, Men Are Also Victims, Celebrity Emma Roberts arrested

NCFM NOTE: One of our elder statesman members noted, ” “Isn’t it interesting how the media keep “discovering” female-on-male” partner violence, yet the “male-always-victimizer/female-always-victim” narrative never seems to change in news coverage?” Yup, maybe someday they’ll actually get it and pass it along to our legislators… In Cases of Domestic Violence, Men Are Also Victims by Philip W. Cook In the wake of Emma Roberts‘s arrest for allegedly battering her boyfriend, Philip W. Cook writes on the shockingly high number of women who beat their partners—and why it’s harder for the men to find help. The recent news that Emma Roberts was arrested for domestic violence July 7 in Montreal after a fight with her boyfriend, American Horror Story co-star Evan Peters, is merely the latest celebrity case where the man is the victim. Police were called to their...
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GPS Monitoring, DV, America’s Pogrom Against Men, Judgybitch…you need to know her…him…whoever

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GPS Monitoring, DV, America’s Pogrom Against Men, Judgybitch…you need to know her…him…whoever

NOTE: Become a Judgybitch fan. Behold, bow, send silver and gold. He/she is king and queen of the truth squad. This report on the use of GPS Monitoring technology in Domestic Violence cases, funded by the Department of Justice, will blow your mind. Even when women are enrolled as abusers, they’re still victims. by judgybitch Our favorite little feminist, Amanda Marcotte has an article up at Slate extolling the virtues of programs that use GPS to monitor domestic violence (alleged) offenders, and to the surprise of no one, she of course assumes all the accused are men and all the victims are women.  Naturally, her story is illustrated with the proverbial pretty white woman splattered with blood. In theory, domestic homicide should be easy to prevent, since men who kill their wives or girlfriends (85 percent of victims are female) generally...
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NCFM Member Uncle Joe, Godfather to American Men, on pre-nups

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NCFM Member Uncle Joe, Godfather to American Men, on pre-nups

Men, pre-nuptial agreements and parenting plans by Uncle Joe, Godfather to American Men Men and women have to accept that marriage in the state’s eye is a joint venture contract.  The marriage is a merger of two separate entities pursing a joint venture because the two parties decided they had mutual interests – in this case – pursuing love, not profit – and wanted to form a partnership.  When the joint venture no longer satisfies one or both individual entities interest the joint venture has failed and needs to be dissolved.  Essentially divorce, similar to dissolving a joint venture, is about inventorying the marriage/venture’s assets and  liabilities to distribute them.    Smart businesses entering joint venture contracts define how a venture or partnership will be dissolve when the reasons for entering the joint venture no longer exist. Marriage as defined...
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Whitewash! Prosecutorial misconduct whitewashed by disgusting circle the wagon cronyism in the ADA Mary Kellett disciplinary case.

Whitewash! Prosecutorial misconduct whitewashed by disgusting circle the wagon cronyism in the ADA Mary Kellett disciplinary case.

Whitewash! Prosecutorial misconduct whitewashed by disgusting circle the wagon cronyism in the Mary Kellett case. This is the most blatant case of prosecutorial misconduct of which I know. So egregious is this case that NCFM along with others last year filed complaints with the Maine Board of Overseers of the Bar against prosecutor Mary Kellet in the Vladek Filler case. In brief, Vladek was persecuted, prosecuted, and sentenced for a questionable misdemeanor criminal offense which came from a storm of false allegations made by his violently crazy wife who on video even threatened to kill Filler and the police! As of this typing Maine has not brought one criminal charge against her thereby compounding the injustice of Mary Kellett’s persecution of Vladek. The Maine Board of Overseers recommended sanctions for prosecutorial misconduct. From the article below the Attorney General,...
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NCFM Treasurer, Deborah Watkins, “REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS: A MORE COMPLETE EXAMINATION”

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NCFM Treasurer, Deborah Watkins, “REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS:  A MORE COMPLETE EXAMINATION”

REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS: A MORE COMPLETE EXAMINATION By Deborah Watkins NCFM Treasurer                  So often any discussion about reproductive choices as they affect both genders immediately goes straight to the abortion issue. The discussion then turns into a debate between pro-life and pro-choice ideologies, and completely bypasses the broad spectrum of issues which affect reproductive rights in general. Also such discussion almost always completely ignores the fact that men’s concerns figure into these reproductive rights. How can men’s reproductive concerns be addressed, or the rights they ask for possibly be granted, when the male perspective never gets talked about or written about by those who deal with reproductive issues?             The approach I want to use here is to discuss the reproductive rights issue, and keep this discussion at least somewhat separate from arguments around abortion. Views on abortion...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda recommends reading “Growing Balls: Personal Power for Young Men”

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda recommends reading “Growing Balls: Personal Power for Young Men”

Growing Balls: Personal Power for Young Men. By David N. Hafter. Philadelphia: XLibris, 2006. www.growingballs.com. 172 pages. Price varies. California marriage and family therapist has written what is apparently his first book, a life guide for young men between the ages of roughly 15 to 25. It’s a genuine gem. Hafter manages to find exactly the right tone, wise but not a know-it-all, pithy but not verbose, and most importantly, he uses language as a communications medium, not a tool to pound the younger generation into submission. Hafter comes across as a totally right-on kind of guy, down to earth, with that oh-so-uncommon quality, common sense. The chapter titles in themselves can give an idea of Hafter’s vision and style so here they are some of them in all their glory: Your balls and how to find them. Confusing...
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NCFM’s Opposition to the Federal Government’s Motion to Dismiss NCFM’s lawsuit against the Selective Service System

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NCFM’s Opposition to the Federal Government’s Motion to Dismiss NCFM’s lawsuit against the Selective Service System

NCFM NOTE: Below is NCFM’s opposition to the Selective Service System’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit to stop the horrific gender discrimination within the Selective Service System. Once laws were repealed preventing women from holding combat positions in the military they became “similarly situated” as men. Hence, all legal prohibitions requiring women to register for Selective Service (the “Draft”) no longer exist. Yet, the federal government, the same government that repealed the laws, is opposing women registering for the Selective Service System. One more example of women receiving preferential treatment; or, to say it another way, women are again being granted superior legal rights and benefits over men without the same responsibilities and consequences. Please note that our attorney, NCFM Vice-President, Marc Angelucci,  is volunteering his time to do this lawsuit. All NCFM members are volunteers. If you believe...
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Boys in Custody and the Women Who Abuse Them

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Boys in Custody and the Women Who Abuse Them

NOTE…and some people still want to blame it on males, even young boys. Young boys in prison making suggestive remarks to female guards are responsible for the female guards having sex with the boys…WHAT? The high-priced prison guards are seduced by incarcerated males not old enough to vote! WHAT? Insane, disgusting…beyond ignorance…only valid for ideologically impaired who hold harmless women for any bad behavior… not their fault, always the fault of a male, of “patriarchy!” Those that perpetrate such tripe had to have fallen off a cliff scrambling their brains when exiting the spaceship… Boys in Custody and the Women Who Abuse Them by Joaquin Sapien ProPublica, July 2, 2013 The older authority figure wins the trust of the young target by cultivating a false friendship, having heart-to-heart conversations, giving gifts, offering protection. And then the sex ensues, sometimes...
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Senator McCain Demands Answers from DOJ over Campus Censorship “Blueprint”

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Senator McCain Demands Answers from DOJ over Campus Censorship “Blueprint”

NCFM NOTE: For those of you following this over the top reach of the DOJ and DOE to install kangaroo court justice on college campuses take heart, Mr. McCain heard the groans and moans of those who still believe in due process and equal treatment. This DOJ/DOE stealthy bank robbery has feminist jurisprudence finger prints all over it. Meaning, it’s another in a long seemingly endless list of government policies and rules designed to avoid law review and install more make it easier to disenfranchise men opportunities for the gender impaired — elitist feminists. Please, take a moment and call Mr. McCain’s office to thank him. Encourage him to investigate the circumstances leading to this debacle. Encourage him not to let this go… to stay with it until the DOJ changes its directive. You might suggest to him that attorneys...
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Dragonslayer Schlafly wrong on Selective Service

Dragonslayer Schlafly wrong on Selective Service

Phyllis Schlafly is best known as the dragon-slayer of the Equal Rights Amendment. Unfortunately, the failure of the ERA facilitated radical feminists infiltrating almost every nook and cranny of our institutions with no counterbalance for men. Had the ERA passed, there’s a good chance preferential treatment based on group identity would have rapidly gone the way of the dinosaurs. We, as a society, would have been forced to treat all of us with similar regard, concern, and respect. Men and women would have been treated more fairly with similar or the same benefits, consequences, rights and responsibilities. Schlafly opposes women registering for Selective Service too. She, like radical feminists, asks special consideration to continue exempting women from registering for Selective Service, even though women can volunteer for military service, are an ever-growing part of our military, with some in...
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NCFM 1992 DECLARATION OF THE FATHER’S FUNDAMENTAL PRE-NATAL RIGHTS

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NCFM 1992 DECLARATION OF THE FATHER’S FUNDAMENTAL PRE-NATAL RIGHTS

DECLARATION OF THE FATHER’S FUNDAMENTAL PRE-NATAL RIGHTS RESOLUTION SUBMITTED BY MEMBER HUGH NATIONS AND ADOPTED BY THE NCFM BOARD OF DIRECTORS, AUGUST 19, 1992 WHEREAS, the function of men in parenting has been confined largely to the second-class role of material provider; and WHEREAS, healthy relationships and healthy families require that men be equal participants in every facet of parenting, including responsible contraception and conception; and WHEREAS, in a substantial number of abortions, the prospective fathers are excluded from all phases of the pregnancy termination process, including any prior knowledge of the initial decision to abort and even post-abortion notification; and WHEREAS, purported “freedom of choice” is neither freedom nor choice as long as one of the two partners-in-conception can unilaterally impose a decision on the other without notification, discussion, consultation, or any other form of reasonable or humane...
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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

Are Things Really Equal?

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

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

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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.

Men's Health Network

File a Federal Complaint

If you have specific instances of discrimination against male domestic violence victims by any government-funded DV program anywhere in the U.S., please send all evidence you have to the following federal agencies as a complaint, and state that this violates United States Code, Title 42, Section 3789d(c)(1). Give them as much evidence as you can. They are supposed to investigate it. After several months you may get a letter back saying there is "insufficient evidence" and that they need more information such as dates and times of the discrimination, names of the programs and contact info, names and contact info of witnesses, documents or records, and a detailed chronological narrative. So, re regarding evidence, the more the better. You can send the complaints by email, mail, or both. Send them to: Office of Civil Rights Office of Justice Programs U.S. Department of Justice 810 7th Street, NW Washington, DV 20531 Office of the Inspector General inspector.general@usdoj.gov oig.hotline@usdoj.gov