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Fathers

NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D, picked for Wallethub panel of experts for “2015’s Best and Worst States for Working Dads”

June 18, 2015
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By NCFM Wallethub studies the worst and best cities for things like families, having a baby, finding a job, and so on. For Father’s Day they decided to find out which states were the best and worst for working Dads. Minnesota is the best and Mississippi the worst. “Male parenting is not what it once was. Fatherhood...
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NCFM Member Richard Doyle’s presentation in Qatar — “Empowering Families, Men in Families”

April 24, 2014
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Richard Doyle‘s book series, “Doyle’s War, Save the Males” has for decades carried the message that good fathers are necessary in a civilized society, that men should be considered socially and legally equal to women, and decries the denigration of men and manhood.  Because this entire concept is too incorrect politically, it didn’t gain...
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Boy Trouble Family breakdown disproportionately harms young males—and they’re falling further behind.

December 16, 2013
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NCFM NOTE: Thank the City Journal for running this excellent article by Kay Hymowitz. She does a superb job of summarizing the adverse impact on boys from the breakdown of the intact family unit, meaning a family with both bio parents… Kay S. Hymowitz Boy Trouble Family breakdown disproportionately harms young males—and they’re falling...
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Posted in Boys, Child Abuse, Children's' Rights, Dads, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Divorce, Education, Fatherlessness, Fathers | 2 Comments »