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NCFM College Student Member Sam Foxvog on “Our Own Movement, Theroy and Lobbying Voice

October 8, 2014
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NCFM College Student Member Sam Foxvog on “Our Own Movement, Theroy and Lobbying Voice

By NCFM NCFM NOTE: Mr. Foxvog is one of our movement’s young activists. Over the next few years NCFM will be expanding our reach into college campuses to raise awareness of our issues which over time should make campuses more male friendly.  Students like Mr. Foxvog are helping make this initiative a reality at his school, Goshen College in...
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Posted in Masculinity, Men's Rights, MRA, National Coalition For Men, NCFM | No Comments »

Why men don’t join the masculinity debate

May 24, 2013
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Why men don’t join the masculinity debate

NCFM NOTE: This is a great article why men don’t join the masculinity debate. O’Sullivan shows rare comprehension and a rare ability to get the main ideas across in a manner that is maximally palatable to mainstream sensibilities. Many will dismiss him anyway, but I think many others will listen to him. I like...
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Posted in Abused Man, Discrimination Against Males, Masculinity, Matriarchy, Patriarchy | 1 Comment »

NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen on domestic violence not due to masculinity…

April 27, 2013
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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen on domestic violence not due to masculinity…

 Domestic violence NSW Rape Crisis Centre executive officer Karen Willis repeats the discredited claim that domestic violence is about masculinity (”Mosman woman’s death puts spotlight on domestic violence”, April 26). Research shows domestic violence is most prevalent among young people and is linked to social disadvantage, drug and alcohol abuse, mental health issues, and...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Australia, Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Greg Andresen | 2 Comments »