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NCFM Twin Cities Chapter Press Release – Boys Need Male Teachers More than Tampons

January 23, 2023


Contact: Will Hageman – Twin Cities Chapter – –
Harry Crouch – NCFM – 619-231-1909/858-682-3586 – –

January 22, 2023

Boys Need Male Teachers More than Tampons – National Coalition For Men

(St. Paul, MN) Minnesota State Representative Sandra Feist wants tampon dispensers in boys’ school bathrooms.

Representative Feist and several of her colleagues want to require public and charter schools in Minnesota to make menstrual products available in all school bathrooms for grades 4 to 12 – including boys’ bathrooms – through bill HF 44, also known as The Menstrual Equity Bill.

The National Coalition For Men, Twin Cities Chapter responds that boys need fathers and more male teachers, not tampons.

● Fatherlessness is the single biggest predictor for many negative outcomes among boys, including dropping out of school, drinking, doing drugs, becoming delinquent, and ending up in prison.
● Boys have lower grades than girls throughout their primary and secondary school years.
● Boys are less likely than girls to graduate from high school.
● Trends such as eliminating recess and zero-tolerance disciplinary policies have turned schools into hostile environments for boys.
● As schools become more feelings-centered, risk-averse, competition-free, and sedentary, they move further and further from the characteristic needs of boys.
● Only 20% of elementary and middle school teachers in the U.S. are men. This gender disparity in the teaching profession rarely receives any attention. Many boys benefit and become more engaged in school when they have male teachers.

Representative Feist and her colleagues would be well advised to read The Boy Crisis: Why Our Boys Are Struggling and What We Can Do About It by Warren Farrell and John Gray, and The War Against Boys: How Misguided Policies are Harming Our Young Men by Christina Hoff
Sommers. Implementing ideas from these books would benefit many boys, improving their school experience and their prospects in life. Boys do not need tampons in their school bathrooms.

Will Hageman
President, National Coalition For Men, Twin Cities Chapter

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Boys Need Male Teachers More than Tampons – National Coalition For Men

4 Responses to NCFM Twin Cities Chapter Press Release – Boys Need Male Teachers More than Tampons

  1. Lachlan McCann on December 10, 2023 at 5:45 PM

    This site’s satire, surely πŸ˜†

    • NCFM on December 12, 2023 at 10:29 AM


  2. C.V. Compton Shaw on January 23, 2023 at 7:25 PM

    Academia has been highly feminized and inculcated with “politically correct” “Cultural Marxist” norms some of which are misandry and the associated covert and overt forms of discrimination against men and the political indoctrination associated with and supporting the same. Women, especially feminist women, associate politically and socially with weak base and effeminate men (observe the political make up of the Democratic party, for example). This political and social community aggressively demands discriminatory privilege for itself and discrimination against men who have and display the traditional male virtues. MRAs have long asserted the same. In academia, this results in very focused discrimination against men who demonstrate the traditional male virtues. Men with the male virtues, as a result, are avoiding academia. Young men and boys are being discriminated against, feminized, and marginalized in the same.The end result is not only disastrous for men and boys. It is disastrous for society as it takes men and boys with the male virtues to sustain and protect society from both internal and external subversion.

    • Harry Crouch on January 24, 2023 at 8:35 AM

      Exactly! Thank you for the clarity.

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