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NCFM in the news – “Domestic violence not just a woman’s issue”

August 12, 2011
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NCFM in the news – “Domestic violence not just a woman’s issue”

By Greg Scharf I cringed when I saw that Harry Crouch and the National Committee for Men had complained to the Del Mar Racetrack over “Ladies Day.” Harry and I have exchanged emails over the years; he’s liked my columns on domestic violence and other related issues. He put me on the NCFM mailing...
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Posted in Action, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, National, San Diego | 4 Comments »

NCFM ends ladies day at world famous Del Mar Fairgrounds covered by the North County Times – not “silly”

August 6, 2011
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NCFM ends ladies day at world famous Del Mar Fairgrounds covered by the North County Times – not “silly”

NCFM NOTE: It is interesting that someone representing the world famous Del Mar Thoroughbred Club which promotes events like the Ms. Cougar Contest (older, good looking, well-healed, woman on the prowl for younger men), Ladies Hat Day, or the Ugly Dog Day (great event in my opinion) would refer to discrimination against men or...
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Posted in Action, Dallas/Fort Worth, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, National, NCFM in the news, Progress, San Diego | 3 Comments »

NCFM gets the attention of the San Diego Union Tribune re Del Mar Fair Ground Ladies Day

August 5, 2011
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NCFM gets the attention of the San Diego Union Tribune re Del Mar Fair Ground Ladies Day

OK, just hold it for a minute By Tom Blair, Columnist Friday, August 5, 2011 at 7:26 a.m. Ladies’ Day at the Del Mar Racetrack is history. As of this week, it’s “Ladies’ and Gentlemen Day” — the result of protest and pressure from the National Coalition For Men. Does that seem silly? Or...
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Posted in Action, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Los Angeles, National, San Diego | 1 Comment »