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Posts Tagged ‘ advocacy research ’

NCFM Adviser Gordon E. Finley, PhD., Narratives aren’t science

July 24, 2019
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NCFM Adviser Gordon E. Finley, PhD.,  Narratives aren’t science

NCFM NOTE: How does junk science relate to men’s issues, women studies, domestic violence statistics, sexual assault data and false accusations? Think about it… By THE WASHINGTON TIMES – – Tuesday, July 23, 2019 ANALYSIS/OPINION: Of the many tragedies that have befallen our society in recent decades, in my view the one that most...
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Posted in Advocacy, Advocacy Research, Discrimination, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Discrimination Against Men in the Military, Discrimination Men by Men, Gordon Finley, Ph.D | No Comments »

Rape is not ‘normalized’: expert says the vast majority of men would never commit rape

August 17, 2013
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NCFM NOTE: From the Community of the Wrongly Accused . If you have not bookmarked their site you should. And, if the majority of men never commit rape then it follows then that the majority of women are not raped. Don’t believe feminist advocacy stats, most of which are ridiculous on their face if...
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Posted in Elite, Feminist Hypocracy, Feminist Jurisprudence, Feminist Spin, Myths, Other, Radical, Rape, Sexism, Sexual Assault, Sexual Assault, Supremist | 5 Comments »

MUST READ: EJF newsletter – The Low-Road to Disaster – Advocacy Research by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D

August 16, 2013
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Introduction     Fifty years ago scientific studies were presumed to have been completed under carefully-controlled conditions with the best available methods, analysis, and review applied to the data before publication. Scientific rigor thus generated public trust. The work and accuracy of engineers is plainly evident. If a bridge falls, an airplane crashes due to...
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Posted in Action, Activism, Advocacy Research, Charles Corry | 1 Comment »