NCFM Adviser Dr. Warren Farrell on CBC Lang & O’Leary explaining why women earn more…

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NCFM Adviser Dr. Warren Farrell on CBC Lang & O’Leary explaining why women earn more…

Author explains why men earn more Warren Farrell says choices in life are often the cause of lower pay Women are systemically underpaid in part because they consciously or unknowingly make choices in their careers that lead to being paid less down the line, an author and educator says. Warren Farrell, author of a half-dozen books including Why Men Earn More, told the CBC’s Lang & O’Leary Exchange recently that his research shows the well-documented tendency of women to be paid less than their male counterparts is more a result of individual actions than of chronic, widespread gender discrimination in the workplace. His latest book outlines 25 choices that female workers tend to make that often lead to them being underpaid down the line. Conversely, those choices often lead to more balanced, happier lives. “Really, men should be learning...
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NCFM President Harry Crouch on radio panel discussing domestic violence

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NCFM President Harry Crouch on radio panel discussing domestic violence

Several years ago, in 2005 to be precise, the Faith Based Subcommittee of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council, of which I was a member, developed Safe Faith Place Communities, a nondenominational domestic violence information, education, referral and awareness program. We developed a comprehensive handbook, a glossy multi-page brochure to include a full page about abused men, business card size information cards, and trained volunteers in several congregations to operate the program. We adopted “relationship violence” as an inclusive core tenant. We included child abuse, intimate partner violence, elder abuse, and other forms of relationship violence, including recognizing abused men. In fact, as far as I can determine, other than flyers and brochures developed by NCFM and Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) this is one of the earliest brochures outside of the Men’s rights movement to embrace and recognize...
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Republican House Speaker John Boehner joins the Democrats in selling out abused men

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Republican House Speaker John Boehner joins the Democrats in selling out abused men

NCFM NOTE: The letter below is posted here for several reasons, one of which is to re enforce the fact that NCFM is nonpartisan. Last year we supported the House version of the re authorization of VAWA because it included many sensible reforms that would have better embraced abused men. The current version, Boehner’s version, does not. In fact, it is very similar to the Senate version which recently passed with even more destructive provisions. It now appears that our elected leadership in both the Senate and the House have no real regard for men except perhaps using them as cannon fodder. Disgusting. Representative Boehner and Cantor, before the Congressional Christmas break, stood tall and helped and strenuously opposed an earlier gender biased Senate bill offered up by Democrats. Opponents to serious VAWA reforms have increased their demagoguery, misrepresentation,...
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The Parents’ Council on International Children’s Policy – 20,000 American children kidnapped to Japan every year

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The Parents’ Council on International Children’s Policy – 20,000 American children kidnapped to Japan every year

NCFM NOTE:Patrick Braden is perhaps the world’s leading activist regarding parental kidnappings to Japan. He tirelessly and at great personal expense spends months on end in Washington D.C. and elsewhere lobbying on behalf of kidnapped children and their parents who miss them. Here, Japanese and American cultures are vastly different. However, with the continuing dedication from activists like Mr. Braden, Japan and America may some day reach a mutual understanding and working relationship regarding parental kidnapping of children to Japan. Thank you for your work Mr. Braden. ___________________________ From: Global Future, The Parents’ Council on International Children’s Policy Contact: Patrick Braden, (213) 392-5872 Global.Future@yahoo.com WASHINGTON, D.C.–Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has arrived in Washington for a four-day summit with President Obama, bearing yet another promise that Japan will accede to the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction. For 30...
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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D, VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) ignores reality

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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D, VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) ignores reality

    The above letter was faxed to 396 members in the House of Representatives and 96 U.S. Senators. For various reasons beyond our control 160 of the 492 faxes sent did not reach the intended recipients. We’ve heard that Speaker of the House John Boehner (R) has been persuaded to soon introduce for a vote his House re authorization version of the VAWA. Our sources tell us that Representative Boehner seems to have acquiesced to Senator Patrick Leahy’s legislation which recently passed the Senate with only 22 dissenting votes. Meaning, Boehner, like Leahy, either doesn’t have a clue about the domestic violence industry, think that women never ever abuse anyone especially men (laughable on its face), or they’ve sold out to special interests and/or been cowed by radical feminist pressure (or all of those reasons). Whatever the case it...
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‘Yes girls, size DOES matter – but not just on men’: One male writer gives his blistering response to the penis size debate

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‘Yes girls, size DOES matter – but not just on men’: One male writer gives his blistering response to the penis size debate

‘Yes girls, size DOES matter – but not just on men’: One male writer gives his blistering response to the penis size debate By Peter Lloyd PUBLISHED: 08:40 EST, 14 November 2012 | UPDATED: 08:46 EST, 14 November 2012 A scientific study claims to have settled the age-old debate on whether penis size actually matters. As reported by MailOnline earlier this week, research in Scotland claims that women who have frequent vaginal orgasms are more likely to credit larger penises for them. Stuart Brody, a psychologist at the University of West Scotland, surveyed 323 women on their previous sexual encounters and whether length influenced their ability to climax. Apparently, the women who reported the highest number of vaginal orgasms were more likely to rule that bigger was better. Brody told Live Science: ‘This might be due, in part, to...
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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci, Esq. reports that a new study confirms the importance of the foreskin

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NCFM VP Marc Angelucci, Esq. reports that a new study confirms the importance of the foreskin

This brand new Belgian study confirms what the study in Denmark found: “This study confirms the importance of the foreskin for penile sensitivity, overall sexual satisfaction, and penile functioning. Furthermore, this study shows that a higher percentage of circumcised men experience discomfort or pain and unusual sensations as compared with the uncircumcised population. Before circumcision without medical indication, adult men, and parents considering circumcision of their sons, should be informed of the importance of the foreskin in male sexuality.”  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23374102?dopt=Abstract Likewise, a recent study in Denmark found circumcised men have a much higher rate of sexual problems.  http://ije.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2011/06/13/ije.dyr104.short?rss=1 The Dutch Medical Association says the foreskin is “a complex, erotogenic structure that plays an important role in the mechanical function of the penis during sexual acts, such as penetrative intercourse and masturbation.” www.norm-uk.org/news.html?action=showitem&item=1306 The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British...
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NCFM fax to US Representatives and Senators encourages them to seriously reform VAWA…or dump it

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NCFM fax to US Representatives and Senators encourages them to seriously reform VAWA…or dump it

SERIOUSLY REFORM VAWA OR LET IT GO Here’s a sampling of how men are protected from domestic and sexual violence through VAWA:  MEN ARE denied basic due process denied a presumption of innocence denied equal treatment under the law denied the right to a fair trial denied the right to confront accusers denied the right keep fire arms denied the right to testify on their own behalf denied the right to present certain evidence denied security clearances often causing loss of employment denied representation in related civil (family court) actions denied standing in immigrant applications alleging violence denied their children denied welfare and healthcare benefits denied their personal and real property denied careers in the military or law enforcement denied other benefits associated with a military career denied entrance into professional fields THROUGH VAWA MEN ARE BASICALLY DISENFRANCHISED, IMPOVERISHED,...
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NCFM Canadian Liaison Earl Silverman interviewed on major Canadian TV show about male victims of DV

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NCFM Canadian Liaison Earl Silverman interviewed on major Canadian TV show about male victims of DV

Mr. Silverman operates the Family of Men Support Society and the only emergency shelter for abused men in Canada. Seldom are any Men’s Rights activists invited to in an in-depth discussion of male victims of domestic violence on a major television network and major television show. Earl just did. Congratulations Mr. Silverman! This is a must watch video and very timely considering the heated legislative struggle to reform the Violence Against Women Act in the United States. The producers of this show deserve considerable credit as well since mainstream media is generally unsympathetic to male victims of domestic violence and pander to misinformation promoted by influential gender feminists and their corporate and political sponsors. Nice job Mr. Silverman. Watch the video: http://www.albertaprimetime.com/Stories.aspx?pd=4755 You can submit and read comments about the interview here: https://www.facebook.com/AlbertaPrimetime/posts/10151462940715196 Male Victims Male Victims of Abuse...
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A-Bomb an ant to end cyber-stalking

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A-Bomb an ant to end cyber-stalking

NCFM NOTE: As you read what is below keep in mind the nature and severity of the alleged crime, which as far as can be discerned from the information provided was an email or perhaps emails later construed as harassment and cyber-stalking. Let me repeat that “an email or emails,” which were construed as cyber stalking. The man sending the emails was 2,000 miles from the woman who received them. Ok, he screwed up and did some stupid typing. But that’s what it is “typing.” The recipient was under no obligation to open the emails. She could have blocked them after receiving one she found offensive or even abusive. None the less, we’re talking emails not baseball bats or Uzi’s. The man who sent the emails, Dan, was arrested, held in jail for weeks without bail or seeing an...
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NCFM fax to US Representatives and Senators encourages them no to be deceived about VAWA

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NCFM fax to US Representatives and Senators encourages them no to be deceived about VAWA

Keep calling your US Representatives and Senators about the need to reform VAWA. Senator Leahy and Senator Crapo are trying to ramrod it through the Senate without hearings or debate. We sent another fax and called them on their misinformation. VAWA VAWA VAWA NOT without reforms! Share and Enjoy:
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NCFM Australia Liaison Greg Andresen, “Why I won’t be taking up the “man prayer” or supporting 1BillionRising this Valentine’s Day”

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NCFM Australia Liaison Greg Andresen, “Why I won’t be taking up the “man prayer” or supporting 1BillionRising this Valentine’s Day”

  The 1 Billion Rising campaign has created a YouTube video called “Man Prayer,” with words by Eve Ensler and film by Tony Stroebel. The video notes read as follows: Violence against women hurts everyone, including men. We invite our brothers to take up this cause, and be free from the limiting strictures of our modern definition of masculinity! #MenRise There are so many things wrong with this video and the 1 Billion Rising movement that it’s hard to know where to start. Of course I support initiatives to reduce violence around the world and in our communities. In fact, much of my work for the past 10 years has been doing just that. I don’t however support initiatives that do this by stereotyping and stigmatising any group, be it based upon gender, religion, race, age, sexual preference, socioeconomic...
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Senator Leahy and Representative Moore need to stop denying the truth about partner violence and VAWA

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Senator Leahy and Representative Moore need to stop denying the truth about partner violence and VAWA

VAWA supporters are trying to ramrod the reauthoriztion (S.47) through the Senate without committee hearings. It appears Senator Leahy has cut a deal with the House and that none of meaningful reforms so many people have worked so hard to have adopted will prevail. It seems backroom politics rule the day and few if any of our elected officials in Washington D.C. care about all the damage, destruction, and death VAWA causes. They don’t seem to care about due process, individual rights, or one innocent life after another being destroyed by the horrific disparate outcomes of one of the worse laws ever passed in America. I can only imagine the tradeoffs that were made, the pork that was redistributed, the coercion if not outright blackmail that twisted the arms of the resistant. And, Sen. Leahy, it’s all about the...
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In the U.S., except for sports, almost everything on TV is for women

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In the U.S., except for sports, almost everything on TV is for women

By Prefer My Name Not Be Mentioned, One thing that I have noticed is that TV is becoming more and more a women‘s media.  In the U.S., except for sports, almost everything on TV is for women—daytime talk shows, soaps, dancing and singing shows, gossip shows, dramas, sitcoms, etc.  Even news programming is now pretty much women‘s news.  Good Morning America has a daily gossip segment.  The Today Show isn’t much better.  Daytime programming on CNN, Fox, and MSNBC uses female anchors and sprinkles the news with segments for and about women. I’ve also noticed that the evening news programs usually have a report or two for women nightly.  Rarely does one see a report on a men’s issue.  Wednesday night’s CBS Evening News was an extreme example with over half of the segments about and for women.  Reports...
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NCFM Goes to School!

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NCFM Goes to School!

NCFM Goes to School To Montana State University to be precise… By Tim Goldich, President, NCFM Chicago Chatper An NCFM chapter inside a major university!?! Slap me, I must be dreaming! For me, the feminist belief system is the enemy we face. To have a presence in academia is, therefore, to face our enemy at the source. My beef isn’t so much with those who enact the feminist belief system. I’ll assume that textbook writers know how to write textbooks, teachers know how to teach, social workers know how to do social work, policy writers know how to write policies, police know how to police, legislators know how to legislate, and judges know how to judge. My primary focus is not in telling these professionals how to do their jobs. The system, and those who enact it, are anti-male...
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NCFM HISTORIC ACHIEVEMENT — our first university chapter

NCFM HISTORIC ACHIEVEMENT — our first university chapter

NCFM Montana State University Chapter Some things leave me speechless…almost. Once in a great while I am privileged to participate in something of major importance. I am proud to announce that the National Coalition For Men has established its first chapter on a university campus. To my knowledge we are the first full-fledged Men’s Rights organization to establish a chapter at a major university. NCFM University Ambassador and Montana Chapter President, Chris Thompson, is primarily responsible for this extraordinary achievement. If we had ten Chris Thompsons we could populate university campuses around the country with NCFM chapters in less than a decade. Chris reports that he has over 50 chapter members and the number is growing. He stages regular information tabling events, speaks to groups, and disseminates information about Men’s Rights (or the absence thereof), gender inequalities, NCFM,...
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NCFM Press Release “NCFM CALLS FOR EQUALITY IN SELECTIVE SERVICE” since women can now officially service in combat

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NCFM Press Release “NCFM CALLS FOR EQUALITY IN SELECTIVE SERVICE” since women can now officially service in combat

130123 NCFM press release re selective service and women in combat Women in combat… Ok. Women in combat… now. Women in combat… then register for Selective Service too. Women in combat Women in combat Women in combat Women in combat Share and Enjoy:
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Task Force Recommends Screening Pregnant Women for Domestic Violence.

Task Force Recommends Screening Pregnant Women for Domestic Violence.

USNEWS HEALTH reported that the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommended that all women of childbearing age should be screened for signs of domestic violence and referred for treatment if necessary. Apparently, according to the author, Serena Gordon, the new recommendations, published in the January issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine, apply to women with no apparent symptoms of abuse. The screenings may include questions like: In the past year, have you ever been afraid of a partner? Have you ever been in a relationship where your partner pushed or slapped you? Ms. Gordon notes, “The screening tools aren’t perfect, however. Available studies suggest that they can correctly identify between roughly 62 percent and 96 percent of women experiencing domestic violence” And, according to the recommendations, other studies assessing interventions found modest improvements in domestic violence, with no...
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Men in India get murdered on buses. Where’s the outcry?

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Men in India get murdered on buses. Where’s the outcry?

NCFM NOTE: Jyoti Singh, the physiotherapy student who recently died in India after being horrifically abused and raped by six men on a bus had a male friend with her, Awninder Pandey, He too was beaten, stripped, and pitched out in the street to die. Why is it that we don’t hear more about him, about the young man who apparently tried to save his friend Jyoti Singh, and other men murdered on buses in India? ____________________________________________________ Men in India get murdered on buses. Where’s the outcry? by Peter Zorhab Men in India get stabbed on buses. Where’s the outcry?According to the Hindustan Times, Chief Justice of India Altamas Kabir, has asked all high courts to set up fast track courts to deal exclusively with offenses against women. Why was this? It was because, he said, the brutal gang-rape and murder...
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Feminist Feel-Good Science Explains Domestic Violence

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Feminist Feel-Good Science Explains Domestic Violence

NCFM NOTE: the article below suggests that the authors of the research noted in the article are steeped in feminist ideology. It appears their project is disguised as science and the results thereof were in essence predetermined, or at least highly predictable. Feminists are infamous for using simple math to get nonsense. If  the numbers don’t work it’s no big deal, the researchers squeeze the data to make it fit their beliefs. Here, Campbell describes it as “rationalizing inconvenient results by re-configuring them to make a statement about social justice.” He concludes with, “They take statistics-as-science claims to a whole new level, and it feeds the rising problem of feel-good fallacies replacing data-driven conclusions.” Thank you Mr. Campbell. Please visit his website http://www.science20.com/Also see NCFM member Joe Manthey’s opinion piece on feminist false domestic violence statistics. _________________________________________ By Hank Campbell |...
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NCFM Montana Chapter President Chris Thompson, “Fatherless leads to mass murder and suicide”

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NCFM Montana Chapter President Chris Thompson, “Fatherless leads to mass murder and suicide”

In 1994 adolescent elephants were discovered senselessly killing other animals in Africa, later it was found due to the fact they had been removed from their fathers, creating a scene where “there are no adult bulls around to keep them in check…So they’re highly aggressive and are testing their strength on other animals.” Today, in the United States, sons are removed from their fathers at alarming rates, a by-product of the increasing number of failed marriages. We see the result in tragedies like the recent Newton, Conn. shootings and are left wondering “what is driving our children to murder?” Warren Farrell recently responded that the reported perpetrator of the Newton massacre, Adam Lanza, had begun a downward spiral following the divorce of his parents. Farrell continues that only one of the 62 mass murders in the past three decades...
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No DNA, No Witnesses, No Evidence: Brian Banks Case Spotlights Need for Rape Reform

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No DNA, No Witnesses, No Evidence: Brian Banks Case Spotlights Need for Rape Reform

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Teri Stoddard Telephone: 301-801-0608   No DNA, No Witnesses, No Evidence: Brian Banks Case Spotlights Need for Rape Reform WASHINGTON/January 8, 2013 – The upcoming 60 Minutes appearance of Brian Banks will highlight flaws in the American criminal justice system, including laws pertaining to sexual assault. Brian Banks, who spent 5 years in prison on a false allegation of rape, will be featured during the January 13, 2013 broadcast of the CBS show 60 Minutes. Brian Banks was a 16-year-old football star in Long Beach, Calif. when he was accused of rape by Wanetta Gibson. Fearing a life sentence, Banks agreed to a plea bargain, even though there was no DNA, witnesses, or other evidence to support the accusation. Banks spent over five years in prison. After his release, Wanetta Gibson admitted during a taped interview...
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NCFM Member Paul Elam, President of A Voice For Men, “The coming military witch hunts…”

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NCFM Member Paul Elam, President of A Voice For Men, “The coming military witch hunts…”

NCFM NOTE: Upon reading this article one of our board members ask us to take it down because someone might think we condone sexual assault. Well, as you can see we agreed to disagree since your are reading this. That said, anyone who thinks NCFM or any of it’s members condone sexual assault in any way, shape, fashion or form is misguided. What we don’t condone is false accusations of sexual assault. The article below is concerned with facilitating false accusations, not condoning sexual assaults. By Paul Elam, A Voice for Men On Wednesday night, after much anticipation across the nation, President Obama signed the 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law. In the end, it included 19 amendments to significantly reform Department of Defense sexual assault and sexual harassment policies. This landmark bill has the largest number...
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NCFM Advisor Warren Farrell article published in USToday, “Column: Guns don’t kill people — our sons do”

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NCFM Advisor Warren Farrell article published in USToday, “Column: Guns don’t kill people — our sons do”

Warren Farrell5:19p.m. EST January 6, 2013 We need to find ways to stop the childhood injuries that lead boys to murder. Story Highlights • Our daughters do not kill. Why the difference? • For boys, the road to successful manhood has crumbled. • It’s time we go beyond fighting over guns to raising our sons. After Newtown, Conn., parents cried out, “What’s making our children kill?” But it is not our children who are killing. It is our sons. All but one of the 62 mass killings in the past 30 years was committed by boys or men. We respond by blaming guns, our inattentiveness to mental health, violence in the media or video games, or family values. Yes, all are players, but our daughters are able to find the same guns in the same homes, are about as...
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Reauthorizing VAWA in current form could be grave mistake… or worse.

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Reauthorizing VAWA in current form could be grave mistake… or worse.

By E. Everett Bartlett, president, Stop Abusive and Violent Environments – 01/07/13 10:45 AM ET The 112th Congress adjourned last week without reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). The failure of Congress to pass either the Senate- or House-approved (S. 1925 or H.R. 4970) versions was the by-product both of partisan wrangling, as well as acerbic personal attacks that were later derided by the Huffington Post as “incendiary and extreme.” But the last-ditch negotiations between Vice President Joe Biden and House Leader Eric Cantor side-stepped the most important question of all: Are VAWA-funded programs working? Most VAWA funds are directed to beefing up the criminal justice system’s response to domestic violence. But according to Angela Moore Parmley, PhD of the Department of Justice, “We have no evidence to date that VAWA has led to a decrease in the...
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Finally! The Mean Girl Extinction Project ~ Combating “mean girls” one bully at a time.

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Finally!  The Mean Girl Extinction Project ~ Combating “mean girls” one bully at a time.

Santa Rosa Press Democrat article NCFM NOTE: Thank you Shaylene for you insight and courage to help your friend and many others. Thank you Steve DeLuca for sending us this article. “Girls’ relationships are so important that their everyday lives revolve around social media, so that’s where we see a lot of bullying.” Shaylene King The bullying side of mean girls In age of social media, nasty behavior among young women can escalate; mom, daughter try formula to fight it By DIANA GILBERT TOWNS CORRESPONDENT Last year when Jordan King heard girls making snide remarks toward others in her class, she knew they were being mean. This year, after her close friend was the target of such behavior, Jordan calls it something different: Bullying. Jordan is 13, and, with her mom, Shaylene King, is on a mission to raise...
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Craigslist sperm donor forced to pay child support to lesbian couple – despite giving up parental rights to the baby BEFORE she was born

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Craigslist sperm donor forced to pay child support to lesbian couple – despite giving up parental rights to the baby BEFORE she was born

Angela Bauer, 40, and partner Jennifer Schreiner, 34, placed ad in 2009 Sperm donor William Marotta relinquished financial responsibility for child Kansas state ordered Mr Marotta to pay after lesbian couple applied for welfare By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 09:14 EST, 31 December 2012 | UPDATED: 08:03 EST, 3 January 2013 A sperm donor has been ordered to pay child support for the biological daughter he fathered to a lesbian couple who found him via Craigslist. Angela Bauer, 40, and partner Jennifer Schreiner, 34, placed an ad on the site three years ago for a donor which was answered by William Marotta. ‘We are foster and adoptive parents and now we desire to share a pregnancy and birth together,’ Bauer wrote in the online posting. Mr Marotta provided sperm which was used for artificial insemination by Ms Schreiner. In...
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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

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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.

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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