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Posts Tagged ‘ feminst lies ’

NCFM Austrailian Liaison Greg Andresen and coalition of men’s health advocates letter expose White Ribbon Campaign ethical violations

April 14, 2014
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NCFM Austrailian Liaison Greg Andresen and coalition of men’s health advocates letter expose White Ribbon Campaign ethical violations

Domestic violence study suspended by UNSW for breach of ethics An online ‘domestic violence study’ has been ordered offline by the University of NSW Human Research Ethics Committee. Flyers published by the survey organisers have been ordered destroyed. The study, being conducted by the Gendered Violence Research Network, White Ribbon Australia and Youth Action NSW,...
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Posted in Action, Activism, Australia, Boys, Feminist Hypocracy, Greg Andresen, Myths | 2 Comments »

NCFM Liaison Carl Augustsson challenges Georgia Today article about domestic violence

February 15, 2012
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“Georgia Today”, a weekly English-language newspaper, ran the following front-page headline:  More women acknowledge their rights when oppressed and abused.  The picture on the cover was a woman cowering in the corner (covering the back of her head) and the clinched fist of a man.  While the article has a few positive points, it...
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Posted in Action, Carl Augustsson, Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Abuse/Violence, International, International, Myths, Supremist | No Comments »

Pay Gap

April 15, 2011
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Pay Gap

Despite gains made by women the pay gap continues to be used in misleading ways to advance public policy agendas without fully explaining the reasons behind the pay gap. Here, you will find a good starting place for understanding “pay gap” misleading information and why it continues to be used by Power Elite Feminists to push their agendas....
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Posted in Issues | 24 Comments »