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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D… Sex: The New War on Men

May 12, 2014

sexSex: The New War on Men

Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D.

It cannot have escaped anyone’s notice that on May Day (May 1, 2014), and within hours of one another, the nation and the media have been bombarded with more than a half dozen exquisitely choreographed and coordinated reports demanding action based on claims of skyrocketing sexual assaults occurring on campus and on the battlefield.

But are these claims plausible?  I argue not.

Singly, or in combination, all of these claims suffer from one or more of the following five fatal flaws.

1.  Sexual allegations made by females are not taken as allegations but rather as “settled fact.”  These claims do not even consider the possibility that women might lie about any manner of things sexual and there is no statistical correction for false sexual allegations.

2.  Women commit sexual assaults on men but female sexual perpetrators only rarely are prosecuted and male reports of abuse by female sexual predators only rarely are believed.

3.  In order to “cook” the rapidly rising numbers needed for political effect, the Obama Administration has demanded that all investigations lower the standard of proof required for conviction or expulsion from “clear and convincing” evidence to a “preponderance” of evidence, which basically is a coin toss.

4.  In order to falsely boost the rapidly rising numbers needed for political effect, the Obama Administration has moved the goal posts by expanding the definition of “sexual assault” to activities and circumstances most citizens would not even remotely consider to be rape.  The former definition of forcible rape has morphed into anything sexual without “consent” and with the determination of “consent” left entirely up to the woman, even to be determined on the morning after.

5.  Forcible rape is ranked second only to murder as a serious crime.  Yet, Obama and the Progressives want to remove the investigation and prosecution of sexual crimes from the venues of the police and the courts and rather transfer these responsibilities to unqualified but ideologically sympathetic administrative units in universities and the military where the conclusion is foregone.  Under Obama and the Progressives, men are stripped of all due process and cross-examination rights that they normally would be guaranteed in a court of law. Truly innocent men have no way to prove their innocence.

Finally: Men — don’t drink and have sex.  A core principle of the Obama Administration’s New World Order is this: If alcohol crosses anyone’s lips, the male automatically is guilty of sexual assault and the female automatically is an innocent victim. With the consumption of any amount of alcohol, consensual sex does not exist.

The overwhelming onslaught of exquisitely choreographed and coordinated claims suggests that Obama and the Progressives are launching a War on Men to get the votes of women and advance their political base.  This War clearly is designed to create not only “hostile work environments” but “dangerous work environments” for men on campus and in the military.  This War further appears to be designed to eliminate men from the institutions to which they have striven and attained in the past and rapidly to make these coveted, prestigious and high paying positions open only to the political base of Obama and the Progressives.

Will Congress and the nation succumb to this loss of due process for men?

One hopes not.  In my view, the words engraved above the entrance to the United States Supreme Court should prevail and apply equally to the sexual lives of both men and women:  “Equal Justice Under Law.”

Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Florida International University.  His faculty web site is:

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6 Responses to NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D… Sex: The New War on Men

  1. Norman L. on July 15, 2014 at 11:01 PM

    Off topic, but the ‘Foundation for Male Studies’ linked to on the right side of this page, is some kind of bogus ‘organization’, if indeed they are one at all. I gave their site a good look; you might want to do the same.

  2. alanleemillard on June 7, 2014 at 2:38 PM

    Elliot Rogers: A Tragic Case of Female Bullying

    Alan Millard

    Female bullying of young men/older boys is a problem–commonly conveyed in movies and over the media, and evident on college campuses–just as any other form of bullying. An example is provided by 18-year-old Elliot Rogers who in May 2014, went about expressing his anger in the wrong way, killing and injuring several before he was shot by the police. However, it’s interesting how the sex-biased media quickly refers to someone as this as a woman-hater yet fails to make the same reference to the many women who commonly express their hatred of men. The counterpart hatred of men is the cause of his condition, no different than the other forms of bullying that have resulted in school killings. Women are commonly cruel rejecting males, and why is this counterpart to the issue not acknowlegded and addressed? Rogers encountered his anti-male treatment beginning his stent in college which, as we know, now provides a very hostile environment for males (Baumeister, 2012), engulfed with the predominant feminist man-hater influence.
    Men have needs that are only fulfilled by women, and when in the process of trying to fulfill these needs they are cruelly rejected, their whole existence is flushed down the toilet. Some feminist sources even try to say in response that males are taught they are entitled to sex with women. However, this is as ridiculous as saying women are taught they need food to be healthy. Men are not taught something so basic as this, no different than are males in other species, but influenced and sexually enticed/seduced by women pertaining to a most basic male need. The male sex-drive is a natural result of the male’s existence, especially within the context of females, who in this college, anti-male environment are 900% more likely to become lesbians (Laumann, Gagon, Michael, & Michaels, 1994).

    As one source reveals, “women’s sexual beliefs and behaviors can be more easily shaped and altered by cultural, social, and situational factors” (Baumeister & Tice, 2000). Another states: “Such factors as education, religion, and acculturation are more strongly linked to women’s sexuality than to men’s (Peplau, 2003).


    Baumeister, R.F., & Tice, D.M. (2000). The Social Dimension of Sex. New York: Allyn & Bacon.

    Baumeister, R. F. (2012). What are men good for? Retrieved from

    Laumann, E. O., Gagon, J. H., Michael, R. T., & Michaels, S. (1994). The social organization of sexuality. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

    Peplau, L. (2003). Human Sexuality: How do men and women differ? American Psychological Society.

  3. Trevor Smith on May 21, 2014 at 5:06 PM

    Thank you for the article Gordon. It is good to see there are still people in the educational institutes, the bastion of feminism, who have the courage to challenge the feminist claims.

    And I would echo the sentiment that not all conservatives are necessary aligned with concerns about men, or similarly against the interests of feminists. Many conservative thinking individuals would tend to echo feminists concerns that they need protection from evil men. These conservatives would agree that a women is weaker and all virtuous, while a man is always stronger, disposable, and all aggressor – therefore not in need of any consideration.And unfortunately too few mainstream conservatives cant seem to effectively challenge the pro-feminist liberals without shooting themselves in the foot or not having the rebuttal for the obvious “you are just a misogynist” accusation that attempts to silence all criticism of feminism. I am hoping collectively the republicans can pull it together soon and be ready to credibly challenge this. I don’t think there are enough progressives to challenge and be heard against the pro-feminist leaning of the liberals in general. But I would like to be wrong about that.

  4. HQR3 on May 15, 2014 at 10:33 PM

    I wondered about the suddenly barrage myself–on May Day, no less. It seemed as coordinated as an aerial bombardment, a blitzkrieg leaving no opportunity for an opposing opinion. The content was standard femspeak, but the way it was put together smelled of conspiracy. This article was the first I read that addressed that 400-lb. gorilla; however, its only weakness was a tendency I’ve noted in much men’s rights writings to bash Progressives. Progressives are not all anti-male sexists any more than Conservatives are all anti-black racists. I’m definitely a Progressive, and I took my eye-opening red pill back in 1955. Other than that, a very timely and important article that most people should read.

  5. Chris Watson on May 14, 2014 at 10:39 AM

    This is why it’s important to videotape every encounter.

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