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Posts Tagged ‘ boys health ’

NCFM VP Marc Angelucci now ARC Gender Equity Strategist

December 6, 2011

Attorneys’ for the Rights of a Child announce that NCFM Vice President Marc Angelucci has joined forces with ARC as Gender Equity Strategist. Marc has done awesome work litigating on behalf of gender equity.  He has also been extremely active as an intactivist in recent years, publishing a number of letters and opinion pieces,...
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NCFM Book Review, “Why Boys Fail: Saving Our Sons from an Educational System…””

October 25, 2011

Why Boys Fail: Saving Our Sons from an Educational System that’s Leaving Them Behind. By Richard Whitmire. New York: AMACOM, 2010. 238 pp. $24.95. Review by J. Steven Svoboda NCFM Public Relations Director Journalist Richard Whitmire has written and the American Management Association’s publishing wing AMACOM has published a nuts-and-bolts book about boys’...
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Posted in Action, Discrimination Against Boys, Education, Steven Svoboda, Esq. | 2 Comments »

Media focus on rapes and other female miseries while ignoring male executions, worked-to-death laborers, tortured prisoners, and nine-year-old boy soldiers trained to kill and be killed.

October 24, 2011

The Global Victim by Tim Goldich President, NCFM Chicago Chapter An excerpt from Tim’s new book  Loving Men Respecting Women Rape of Man It is overwhelming enough to try and grasp gender reality here in our own culture without presuming to understand gender reality within foreign cultures that are alien to us. Convincing the...
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Posted in Conscription, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Forced Labor, Government Programs for Women, International, Military, Myths, Sexism, Shameful, Tim Goldich, Victim Rights | 14 Comments »