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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich explains “The Rules” of gender reality

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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich explains “The Rules” of gender reality

The Rules (of gender reality) The Rules are as old as the hills. The rules constrain and dictate our understanding of gender reality. The Rules are rigidly enforced by psychic energies much more powerful than fact and logic. The Rules may be summed up as follows: Rule One: Toward men and masculinity we direct accountability without compassion, which is ruthless. It is respecting men as autonomous and empowered beings responsible for their own decisions and predicaments, but it is not loving men enough to recognize their true vulnerability to forces outside their control and to lend men their fair share of empathy. Rule Two: Toward women and femininity we direct compassion without accountability, which is infantilizing. It is loving women as vulnerable beings to be protected, but it is not respecting women enough to recognize their true power, autonomy,...
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NCFM Award Winner Barbara Kay: Britain strikes first major blow for fathers rights

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NCFM Award Winner Barbara Kay: Britain strikes first major blow for fathers rights

NOTE: This is huge! And, it is one giant step in the right direction for the rights of men, fathers, children, families, and all sensible women; that is, most of us. As usual Barbara Kay gives us a stunning report…thanks again Barbara for being you. Let us pray that the voices of reason drown ideological propaganda about a war on women, especially since the opposite is and has been true for at least the last 30 years… Barbara Kay  Jun 14, 2012 – 8:39 AM ET | Last Updated: Jun 14, 2012 8:46 AM ET Britain’s government will rewrite legislation to reduce discrimination against fathers in custody cases The first radical shake-up of family courts in decades is under way in the U.K. A dramatic list of consequences will befall any breach of court orders that flout court-endorsed arrangements...
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NCFM award winner Barbara Kay’s NY Daily News article, A Father’s Day downer

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NCFM award winner Barbara Kay’s NY Daily News article, A Father’s Day downer

NCFM NOTE - All fathers should be thankful for wonderful people like Barbara Kay. Barbara was nominated for and accepted NCFM’s 2009 Award for Excellence In Promoting Gender Fairness In The Media In recognition of her very well-written articles supporting Men’s Rights, including articles that dispute the alleged pay gap, and articles that expose the anti-male myths of the domestic violence industry. She is very brave and a voice of reason in our crazy politically correct world of  everyone’s a victim except men. As usual, in her article below, Barbara is right on target. NCFM is extremely thankful too for the NY Daily News showing some courage in printing the following article… How courts and the culture disrespect dad By Barbara Kay / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, Sunday, June 17, 2012, 4:47 AM From the loving, engaged portrayals of fathers...
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Mexico headed for big dose of “women only” Family Justice Centers. Notice the absence of any services for men… typical.

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Mexico headed for big dose of “women only”  Family Justice Centers. Notice the absence of any services for men… typical.

NCFM NOTE: The San Diego Family Justice Center, which is the first one, has a plaque on a wall in the entry way with a thank you from a man who received services from the SDFJC. Regardless, the ideology and true nature of the organization is clear in this article — “women and children”. Apparently Mexican men don’t matter either… Notice the absence of any services for men. Thank you Robert Y. for sending us this article. Mexico to emulate SD Family Justice Center Authorities south of the border will open 27 centers for women based on the San Diego model by  SanDiegoRed.com June 13 2012 Text Size SAN DIEGO. – Authorities in Mexico plan to open 27 justice centers for women before the end of the year, based on the model of the San Diego Family Justice Center....
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Chilling recording: Husband: ‘Are you going to make something up that I hit you?’ Wife: ‘Yes, without a doubt.’

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Article from  “The Community of the Falsely Accused“. The elitist feminists still proclaim that women don’t make false allegations. Of course anyone with the ability to independently think knows that is absurd. The transcript below pretty much sums it up… A chilling false accusation case is in the news in New York. A former prosecutor in the Albany County District Attorney’s Office named William Conboy III, 35, and his wife wife Kelly Conboy, 33, were involved in a bitter divorce and custody battle when Kelly Conboy reported to police that her husband had kicked and choked her, that he pushed her to the ground, and that he kicked her in the throat with a rubber-soled boot and dragged the boot from her throat to her chest.  Mr. Conboy, who claimed the allegations were false, was arrested. According to William Conboy’s attorney, Kelly Conboy’s allegations coincided with important events in the couple’s...
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NCFM President Harry Crouch explaines “How to work with DV industry councils, coalitions, whatever you want to call them…”

NCFM President Harry Crouch explaines “How to work with DV industry councils, coalitions, whatever you want to call them…”

This article came about for two reasons. First, a much shorter version is an early contribution to a soon to be launched blog. Second, the expanded version, this one, was triggered by SAVE Services teleconference training about how to effectively work with domestic violence councils, the outline of which I’ve included at the end of whatever this is…  Though similar, you may find the teleconference planned approach more palatable. My approach is one of motivated happenstance and generally dissed. Both should be useful when working with your local DV council.  So, what’s a DV council? DV councils are typically congregations of like-minded community based stakeholder organizations that influence and control a community’s domestic violence industries. Generally, these congregations have steadfastly refused comprehensive or even rudimentary services for male victims of abuse; historically tough crowds for Men’s Rights activists. Consequently,...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review of Steve Moxon’s “The Woman Racket”

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review of Steve Moxon’s “The Woman Racket”

The Woman Racket: The new science explaining how the sexes relate at work, at play and in society. By Steve Moxon. Charlottesville, Virginia: Imprint Academic, 2008.  $39.90. . 296 pages. Steve Moxon’s book, The Woman Racket, has certainly taken the UK men’s movement, and perhaps even the world’s men’s movement, by storm.  With the possible exception of Warren Farrell’s 1994 The Myth of Male Power, this volume has gotten more attention and distribution than any other work as hard-hitting against gender traditionalism and in favor of men’s rights.  On two 2008 trips to London, I found that the volume could easily be found in any bookstore with a moderately academic inclination. Right off the top, this book should be heavily sprinkled with salt before consumption.  I didn’t do much rigorous checking, but I’m pretty sure that a number of...
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The National Organization for Women blasts efforts to include sensible and gender inclusive provisions in legislation to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

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The National Organization for Women blasts efforts to include sensible and gender inclusive provisions in legislation to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

Last week, the National Organization for Women issued a press release titled, Where the Real Shame Lies: Calling Victims of Violence Liars and Their Advocates Crooks. The author, NOW’s President, Terry O’Neal,” was referring to Representative Sandy Adams successful bill to re-authorize the Violence Against Women Act (H.R. 4970). O’Neal’s rant failed to mention that Representative Adams was a victim of serious domestic violence as well as a police officer who saw up close and personal the benefits and problems associated with the VAWA.  Like Representative Adams, I too have experienced domestic violence, on both sides of the fence, and, I have professionally worked with well over a thousand perpetrators and victims of domestic abuse. Experience I suspect critics like Ms. O’Neal lack. O’Neal noted there were over 300 organizations supporting NOW’s favored bill (H.R. 4971).  She attempted to...
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Utah Adoption Council president resigns amid fathers’ rights controversy

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Utah Adoption Council president resigns amid fathers’ rights controversy

There’s been a very choreographed effort to sweep birth fathers and others under the rug,” Hutchins said.  He’s absolutely right.  But no, men don’t face systematic sex discrimination, do they?  And we don’t need a men’s rights movement either, do we, at least not according to our misandric friends.  But things are a changing. The Iowa Supreme Court just ruled that paternity fraud is an actionable offense! Recent efforts to re authorize the Violence Against Women Act involved discussions about false accusations on several fronts. Now Mr. Hutchins takes a stand against fraudulent adoptions and denying fathers their rights. And, yes, we very much still need a Men’s Rights Movement. Without one, without organizations such as ours and many others, things would not be a changing for the better. It takes hard work. Stand tall with us, become a member...
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NCFM New York Chapter Acting President says, “Kill the New York Bill, Which Seeks to Outlaw Free Speech on the Internet, targets political speech… on pretext of ‘protecting children’”

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NCFM New York Chapter Acting President says, “Kill the New York Bill, Which Seeks to Outlaw Free Speech on the Internet, targets political speech… on pretext of ‘protecting children’”

NCFM Note: legislation of this type would put a huge damper on civil rights activism. Those opposed to equal rights for men could use such laws to all but shut down the free interchange of interests and ideas across the Internet and eventually other media. Similar legislation has already been proposed at the national level. If you live in New York we strongly recommend that you contact as many of your legislators as possible and demand that they strenuously oppose this bill. Harry Crouch, President NCFM Kill the New York Bill, Which Seeks to Outlaw Free Speech on the Internet, targets political speech… on pretext of ‘protecting children By Eric Ross, Ph.D Several members of the NY State Assembly and Senate have launched a dangerous assault on the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. They are pushing the so-called Internet...
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New York Judge John Hunt rails against disparate treatment of boys by probation department

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New York Judge John Hunt rails against disparate treatment of boys by probation department

Below is one example of gender bias in the criminal justice system.  The bias is so pervasive that the story is about a single judge who decided to rebel against it.  All of these things have consequences.  The boy who is treated more harshly than the girl gets a criminal record that reduces his likelihood of finishing high school, his prospects for getting into college, his opportunities for employment, and on and on to the grave.  If the boy and girl are arrested a second time, the disparity in treatment becomes still wider because he is a “repeat offender” while her record was purged of the first offense.  Add to this the gender bias in disciplinary matters inside schools and I am convinced that a large portion of the “male academic underachievement” is explained by disparate treatment of males...
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Woman Admits She Falsely Accused HS Football Star of Rape – He Receives Five Years In Prison, She Receives $1.5 Million of Taxpayers’ Money.

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Woman Admits She Falsely Accused HS Football Star of Rape – He Receives Five Years In Prison, She Receives $1.5 Million of Taxpayers’ Money.

Wanetta Gibson falsely accused Brian Banks of rape! She should be in jail and be made to pay restitution. By Al Rava, NCFM Secretary Last Thursday, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mark C. Kim overturned the decade-old forcible rape conviction against Brian Banks after his accuser Wanetta Gibson admitted she falsely accused Banks of the crime.  At the time of the false accusation, Banks was a 17-year-old football star at Long Beach Poly High School, who had verbally committed to playing for USC, and Gibson was a 15-year-old classmate.  Gibson said Banks raped her on school grounds, Banks said the sex was consensual. Banks, represented by a public defender, agreed to a plea deal serving five years behind bars instead of risking a prison term of 41 years to life.  Only 17 at the time of the plea...
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Paycheck Fairness Act and the “Which Way Is It” people; or, the Feminist Hypocrite Caucus stumbles again

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Paycheck Fairness Act and the “Which Way Is It” people; or, the Feminist Hypocrite Caucus stumbles again

Senate Dems Betray Lilly Senate Democrats pay female staffers less than male staffers The Washington Free Beacon, BY: Andrew Stiles – May 24, 2012 A group of Democratic female senators on Wednesday declared war on the so-called “gender pay gap,” urging their colleagues to pass the aptly named Paycheck Fairness Act when Congress returns from recess next month. However, a substantial gender pay gap exists in their own offices, a Washington Free Beacon analysis of Senate salary data reveals. Of the five senators who participated in Wednesday’s press conference—Barbara Mikulski (D., Md.), Patty Murray (D., Wash.), Debbie Stabenow (D., Mich.), Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) and Barbara Boxer (D., Calif.)—three pay their female staff members significantly less than male staffers. Murray, who has repeatedly accused Republicans of waging a “war a women,” is one of the worst offenders. Female members...
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Men’s Rights group in Korea objects to demeaning song “Good Boy”

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Men’s Rights group in Korea objects to demeaning song “Good Boy”

The Men’s Rights Movement is fast spreading around the world By Marc Angelucci, VP NCFM A men’s rights group in Korea objects to Baek Ji Young’s demeaning ‘Good Boy’ Song. These groups are forming all over the world and it won’t stop despite the reactive ignorance in the American media. A men’s rights association in Korea, Man of Korea, has filed an official request to seek the distribution ban of Baek Ji Young’s recently released title song, GoodBoy. The group filed the motion against Baek Ji Young’s Good Boy on grounds the song lyrics belittled men. A representative for Man of Korea said, “Baek Ji Young’s Good Boy contains contents about an older women domesticating a younger man. That expression, like that of a dog and its master, demeans men.” The representative added, “The song lyrics describes the man...
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NCFM Acting New York Chapter President Eric Ross, Ph.D, article, “DSK Sues for False Allegations. – It’s About Time Somebody Did!”

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DSK Sues for False Allegations. – It’s About Time Somebody Did! By Eric Ross, Ph.D. The international financier Dominique Strauss-Kahn, known as DSK, seeks damages for his arrest, which included jail time at New York’s Rikers Island Prison and house arrest, for losing his job as managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and for harm to his reputation causing him to drop out of the race for Presidency of France. His countersuit seeks at least $1 million in damages plus an undetermined amount of punitive damages. Nafissatou Diallo, his accuser, a single mother who immigrated from Guinea, has not worked since the incident a year ago, claiming now “a shoulder injury,” which she allegedly sustained during the encounter with Strauss-Kahn, said one of her lawyers, Douglas Wigdor. The case is a sad commentary on the misandric...
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SAVE Press Release, “House Approves Violence Against Women Act” (VAWA), the version that really can help all people and put the lid on corruption

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SAVE Press Release, “House Approves Violence Against Women Act” (VAWA), the version that really can help all people and put the lid on corruption

PRESS RELEASE re VAWA Contact: Teri Stoddard Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: tstoddard@saveservices.org   House Approves Violence Against Women Act (VAWA): SAVE Applauds Long-Overdue Reform Measures   WASHINGTON / May 17, 2012 – The House of Representatives has passed the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act by a 222-205 margin. Responding to public discontent, H.R. 4970 contains a number of measures designed to curb widespread waste and fraud in the domestic violence field. A recent U.S. News poll found a strong majority of persons are opposed to the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in its current form: http://www.usnews.com/debate-club/should-the-violence-against-women-act-be-reauthorized Many women have questioned the effectiveness and fairness of the existing VAWA law: http://womenagainstvawa.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Flyer-VAWA-Pro-Woman.pdf Reforms contained H.R. 4970 include strong accountability measures, gender-inclusive language, and provisions to stem fraudulent claims of abuse by immigrants. The current VAWA law has invited immigration fraud...
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NCFM letter supporting the re authorization of VAWA has some interesting unintended consequences

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NCFM letter supporting the re authorization of VAWA has some interesting unintended consequences

This morning, while debate in the U.S. House of Representatives raged over the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), Brian Beutler a reporter or blogger from Political Talking Points Menu called our national office to ask about a letter we had sent to members of the House of Representatives. He asked that I explain the differences between H.R. 4970 and the Senate version; that is, H.R. 4971.  A few minutes later came his article National Coalition For Men Endorses GOP Version of VAWA Bill , in which he wrote, “one that Democrats couldn’t be happier with.”  Then Laura Bassett called from the Huffington Post.  Within minutes, Huffington Post posted House VAWA Bill Picks Up Unhelpful Ally: National Coalition For Men. Bassett wanted to know whether NCFM was helping H.R. 4970, implying that because of the nature of...
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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley letter published in the Washington Times, “Pass the GOP Version of VAWA”

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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley letter published in the Washington Times, “Pass the GOP Version of VAWA”

Pass the GOP version of VAWA The letter below appeared in The Washington Times on Wednesday, May 16, 2012, the day the House was scheduled to vote on VAWA, and is followed by the article to which it responds. Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. Pass the GOP version of VAWA http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/may/15/pass-the-gop-version-of-vawa/ In a May 8 press release, the National Organization For Women condemned the Republican version of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which was passed by the House Judiciary Committee on a mostly party-line vote. Among other provisions, the Republican version provides greater protection and services for boys and men along with more inclusive “gender neutral” language than does the Democratic version, which presumes that only men are violent and only women are innocent victims (“Domestic-violence law advanced by House panel,” Web, May 8). A few days before the...
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Celebrating Families. Who is the Evil Empire Now

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Celebrating Families. Who is the Evil Empire Now

Celebrating Families. Who is the Evil Empire Now? By Eric Ross, Ph.D. When Harry Crouch, NCFM President, asked NCFM members to find examples of celebration of family, men, and parenthood, I replied almost immediately with a rather sarcastic note. It was about what many American fathers know as their sad reality: “Good luck finding celebration of families, let alone men, in the Good Ole’ USA. It is so off-the-scale politically incorrect to praise families, let alone fathers, that I would be surprised if any such celebrations were officially recognized or acknowledged at the town level, let alone county or state. The opposite is true: It is quite all right in the USA to bash the institution of the family, and to malign, humiliate and denigrate fathers in particular.” In contrast, if we were to turn our attention to Russia,...
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How women are winning the world, out-numbered, out-organized, and out-funded

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How women are winning the world, out-numbered, out-organized, and out-funded

This is a brief email discussion between two well seasoned Men’s Rights Movement activists. It describers some obstacles of our movement. Subject: Out-numbered and out-organized MRA 1: The ballot for candidates to the Steering Committee of the District of Columbia Bar Association Family law Section exemplifies how we are outgunned and out-organized. It’s a nine-member volunteer committee that sponsors training, suggests legislation and gets to put the Bar Association name on its recommendations. The six incumbents include two men and four women.  The six candidates for the three seats to be filled in the current election cycle are all women – - – THERE ARE ZERO MALE CANDIDATES Of the six candidates, four brag about their DV credentials and a fifth one brags about being “President-Elect of the Women’s Bar Association.”  (Of course, there is no Men’s Bar Association;...
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NCFM member Steven DeLuca article “It’s not about the fish” featured in Cancer Resource Center of Mendocino County newsletter

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NCFM member Steven DeLuca article “It’s not about the fish” featured in Cancer Resource Center of Mendocino County newsletter

By Steven DeLuca Recently, Rita Martinez, “Patient Navigator” for CRCMC sent me information about the fly fishing program titled “Reel Recovery” for men with cancer or cancer survivors.  Although fishing isn’t my thing, I decided to go, on Rita’s recommendation.  The program took place at Clear Water Lodge in Fall River Mills, CA.  This is one of the most beautiful settings one can imagine.  The meals, the gear and the lodging were all free.  If I were writing a MasterCard advertisement I would add, “the counselors and guides: priceless.” These men, with decades of fly-fishing experience, traveled hundreds of miles to share their skills with men with cancer.  The counselor joked about men in the past who had thought of leaving early to avoid the “time share pitch” – a pitch that never came.  The first day of fishing I...
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NCFM Supports SAVE’s Demand for an Apology from Rep. Zoe Lofgren for Remarks Made During House Judiciary Committee Mark-Up Regarding the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

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NCFM Supports SAVE’s Demand for an Apology from Rep. Zoe Lofgren for Remarks Made During  House Judiciary Committee Mark-Up Regarding the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

May 9, 2012 Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE) is a victim-advocacy organization working for evidence-based solutions to the problem of domestic violence. Stop Violent and Abusive Environments supports the re authorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). SAVE advocates for all victims of domestic violence, regardless of their race, sex, or gender identity. Unfortunately, false claims of domestic violence and sexual assault have become widespread, a problem that robs true victims of desperately needed services, protections, and credibility. (http://www.saveservices.org/downloads/False-DV-Allegations-Cost-20-Billion ) During the May 8, 2012 mark-up of the House Judiciary Committee, Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) made certain statements regarding Stop Abusive and Violent Environments, alleging SAVE represents a group of “apologists for abusers.” In support of this accusation, Lofgren referred to a member of the SAVE Board of Directors, Natasha Spivack. In 2000, Nataliya Derkach Fox, who...
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NCFM asks the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges to get rid of gender discriminatory language in their domestic violence Checklist for Judges

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NCFM asks the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges to get rid of gender discriminatory language in their domestic violence Checklist for Judges

Dear National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Your Checklist for judges uses sex-specific language with regard to domestic violence, referring only to “fathers” but not to mothers. www.ncjfcj.org/resource-library/publications/checklist-promote-perpetrator-accountability-dependency-cases As an organization that works with male victims of domestic abuse, we are concerned that this language stereotypes fathers and keeps female perpetration invisible as usual. In October 2008, we won a landmark appellate case in California that held it is unconstitutional to exclude male victims of domestic violence from the statutory funding provisions or from state-funded services, and held: “domestic violence is a serious problem for both women and men,” “men experience significant levels of domestic violence as victims,” “male victims of domestic violence are similarly situated to female victims for purposes of the statutory programs and no compelling state interest justifies the gender classification,” and that gender classifications in domestic violence...
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NCFM President quoted in Eagle Tribune article “Child protection advocates decry Sandler’s new film”

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NCFM President quoted in Eagle Tribune  article “Child protection advocates decry Sandler’s new film”

Please send Mr.Ireland a thank you for his story about Adam Sandler‘s disgusting new film, “That’s my boy”. EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA May 7, 2012 Child protection advocates decry Sandler’s new film By Doug Ireland direland@eagletribune.com — New Hampshire’s Adam Sandler is known for making movie audiences laugh. But when his latest film, “That’s My Boy,” opens next month, not everybody will be laughing. Some people are outraged and calling for the film to be pulled from theaters. They say the movie glamorizes sexual relationships between children and their teachers. Trailers for the film depict a 13-year-old boy who impregnates his teacher. That boy then grows up to become the character played by Sandler, who raised the baby after the teacher was imprisoned. The idea of Hollywood releasing such a film has angered people across the country, especially child...
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Women have blood on their hands as they safely walk the “Glass Floor”

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Women have blood on their hands as they safely walk the “Glass Floor”

“Lizzie Borden took an ax, gave her father 40 whacks. When she saw what she had done, gave her mother 41.”   “The prosecution presented an overwhelming case of circumstantial evidence; Lizzie’s jury of twelve men acquitted her. Some think Lizzie’s verdict was ‘jury nullification’ – when the jury ignores evidence. It was said the jury didn’t believe a Christian young woman could have killed.” It makes little difference whether Ms. Borden was, in fact, guilty or innocent. The point is, despite damning evidence, she was never seriously threatened with prosecution in any case. Those twelve chivalrous men found her “innocent” after deliberating for little more than one hour. In this way, Lizzie Borden was a woman protected from sinking to the extreme bottom—in this case, the bottom of a jail cell. Like innumerable women before and since, she was...
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Colorado Representative argues that girls should be circumcized! Yeah, sure, like that would ever happen…

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Colorado Representative argues that girls should be circumcized! Yeah, sure, like that would ever happen…

Imagine if a male lawmaker joked about reducing girls’ sexual pleasure by removing their clitoral foreskins in order to combat teen pregnancy and “female irresponsibility.” The media would be covering it and that lawmaker would have to publicly apologize. Well that is exactly what Colorado lawmaker Sue Schafer, D-Wheat Ridge (sue.schafer.house@state.co.us) publicly said about boys in a hearing on whether to reestablish MediCaid funding for male circumcision. The bill failed. But the laughter about reducing male sexual pleasure through male genital mutilation is sexist and unacceptable. “One lawmaker, Rep. Sue Schafer, D-Wheat Ridge, elicited laughter in the hearing room when she asked Dr. Johnson if circumcision might help reduce teen pregnancy rates and teen sexual activity by reducing nerve sensation in boys’ penises. “I’m wondering if there’s a risk of more sexual activity, more male irresponsibility” for uncircumcised boys, Schafer...
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NCFM mentioned with BBC Magazine Men’s Movement article “Just who are men’s rights activists”.

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NCFM mentioned with BBC Magazine Men’s Movement article “Just who are men’s rights activists”.

NOTE: NCFM, in  a sidebar, is shown as a notable activist Men’s Movement organization along with Fathers 4 Justice and Save the Indian Family Foundation in India. Aside from which this is one of the better articles about our issues and the ever expanding forms of discrimination against men. BBC Magazine  2 May 2012 Just who are men’s rights activists? Comments (936) By Tom de Castella BBC News MagazineAn increasingly vocal men’s movement argues that anti-male discrimination is rife. Who are the activists and what do they want? Feminists have spent decades trying to get equal pay and rights for women. But while, in the West at least, discrimination against women is rigorously challenged, a growing band of men’s rights activists say no such protection is afforded to men. Many of these activists also believe that the media allow...
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Adam Sandler’s new movie “That’s My Boy” exploits child victims of sexual assault. Please boycott the movie.

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Adam Sandler’s new movie “That’s My Boy” exploits child victims of sexual assault. Please boycott the movie.

Click here to watch a FOX News interview with Dr. Ablow regarding Adam Sandler’s new movie, “That’s My Boy”. Ablow says boycott the movie. NCFM agrees. Even Adam Sandler should know better. In this movie, Donny, a 13-year-old boy, is seduced by his curvaceous teacher and she becomes pregnant, which the movie portrays as uproarious comedy, a laugh a minute. Ablow asks the interviewer if she can imagine a comedy in which a male teacher impregnates a thirteen year-old-girl student.  She hesitates, and then says “Nope,” she can’t imagine that. In the movie trailer there is a courtroom scene in which it appears the very pregnant teacher has been charged with some related crime.  The female judge orders, “Alright everybody, the fact that this has resulted in a pregnancy, leaves me no choice but to levy the maximum penalty.”...
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In Maryland, a rare reversal of suspensions for two lacrosse players

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In Maryland, a rare reversal of suspensions for two lacrosse players

This is a major defeat for “political correctness” and on show fits all “zero tolerance” school practices and a victory for common sense. Notice in the article that there is no mention of any action taken against the administrator attempted to ruin the lives of two boys. They don’t even mention the name of the administration who caused the problem. Isn’t that interesting? Sad state of affairs, but at least it appears there are some sane people on the Maryland School Board. Washington Post By Donna St. George, Published: April 28 The search was a surprise. The high school lacrosse team in Easton, Md., had boarded its bus when the principal and other administrators arrived, announcing that gear bags would be checked. A tip had come in about athletes carrying alcohol. Near the front of the bus, Graham Dennis, then...
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Washington Post gives lip service to Senator Leahy’s Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) re authorization bill

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Washington Post gives lip service to Senator Leahy’s Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) re authorization bill

By Harry Crouch NOTE: Not surprisingly, The Washington Post did not respond to the following letter that I submitted the day after their editorial board issued a strong recommendation to support Senator Leahy’s VAWA re authorization bill. So, I’m sharing it with you anyway… _____________________________________________________ The Washington Post Editorial Board noted in Reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act, that since enacted in 1994, VAWA has twice been reauthorized by Congress with unanimous consent.  Aside from hot-button issues like “choice”, it’s politically correct to vote for women’s entitlements in heath, education, employment, welfare, child care/protection, and of course VAWA.  It has been politically safe, there was no down side …until now…  The Washington Post rightly asserts, “No one — gay or straight, man or woman… should be denied protections against domestic abuse or sexual violence.” So, why is it called...
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NCFM member Mark Lesmeister letter to Houston Chronicle dispells propaganda about the wage gap

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NCFM member Mark Lesmeister letter to Houston Chronicle dispells propaganda about the wage gap

Workforce choices… the wage gap Copyright 2012: Houston Chronicle Updated 06:52 p.m., Thursday, April 19, 2012 Regarding “Hard work” (Page B11, Monday), the claim that women “whatever their job, on average … receive just 77 cents for each dollar paid their male coworkers” is simply untrue. Studies finding such large discrepancies are not comparing the same jobs, with the same experience, hours and working conditions. This brings up a larger point: Why is it that even today men and women are very often not doing the same job? Here’s a hint: We still expect men to do the most dangerous work. In fact, as a general rule, the more dangerous the profession, the larger the proportion of men in it. Another hint: Surveys of women show that many women are reluctant to even date a man who makes less money than they do. Additionally,...
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Parental Alienation, destruction, and the Violence Against Women Act, the story of one young man’s survival

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Parental Alienation, destruction, and the Violence Against Women Act, the story of one young man’s survival

By Christopher Thomson, President NCFM Montana Chapter Parental Alienation: “a disorder that arises primarily in the context of child-custody disputes. Its primary manifestation is the child’s campaign of denigration against a parent, a campaign that has no justification. It results from the combination of a programming (brainwashing) parent’s indoctrination and the child’s own contributions to the vilification of the targeted parent.” Parental alienation is often the byproduct of the use of false reporting of abuse and is emotionally devastating our children, leading to the explosion in pharmaceutical treatments, turning so many of our youth into federally sanctioned, federally funded drug addicts. Much of this is the direct result of the Violence Against Women Act and its lack of provisions protecting against false reporting; I recently had the pleasure of interviewing a teenage boy who has been victimized by this...
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National Coalition For Men VP Marc Angelucci on panel at San Francisco Earth Day event

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National Coalition For Men VP Marc Angelucci on panel at San Francisco Earth Day event

Today I spoke on the panel at the Earth Day Festival in San Francisco on behalf of NCFM.  The subject was, “What is Green”?  There were about 6 panelists.  The festival itself was packed but there were numerous events going on at the same time.  Most people were walking around looking at vendors.  But there was about 30 people or so sitting or standing to listen to the panel discussion, and lots of people could hear as they walked by.  I spoke first and thanked the organizers for inviting the National Coalition For Men.  I said we are not an environmental organization but some of the issues we address can affect the environment.  I mentioned some of the issues we address (men’s health, fathers’ parenting rights, male victims of DV).  I said being green needs to include consideration of men’s health and well-being.  I mentioned...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D, “The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and The War on Men”

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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D, “The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and The War on Men”

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the War on Men Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) arguably is one of the most misguided pieces of legislation ever passed by Congress. From conceptualization to consequences it has wreaked a wide swath of destruction across American society and accurately can be described as “A War on Men.” Conceptually, VAWA is based on the false Duluth Power and Control Wheel model. VAWA falsely presumes that all Domestic Violence (DV) is perpetrated by evil patriarchal males against virtuously innocent female victims. This false gender ideology has no research support. By contrast, social science research, replicated across hundreds of studies, shows that: DV is initiated about equally by men and women; slightly more women than men are physically harmed by DV but men nonetheless still represent more than 40%...
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