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Posts Tagged ‘ peter allemano ’

NCFM Member Peter Allemano’s comments on his Globo TV interview re CA SB 967

October 7, 2014
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By NCFM by Peter Allemano The abrupt ending to the news story on “Bom dia Brasil” — only 7 seconds into my appearance — suggests an unexpected, last minute need to shorten the report before airing. That’s too bad. But at least Globo TV refrained from the tack that’s followed by so many major media outlets here in...
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Posted in CA SB 967, Child Rape, National Coalition For Men, NCFM, Peter Allemano, Rape, Rape Culture, Sexual Assault, Sexual Assault Children, Universities | No Comments »

NCFM Honorary Member Peter Allemano article published in NEW MALE STUDIES: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL

December 7, 2011
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The Bold, Independent Woman Of Today and the “Good” Men and Boys in Her Life: A Sampling of Mainstream Media Representations Peter Allemano   Abstract For decades, there has been an abundance of negative portrayals of men and boys in mainstream media, but here and there, especially in recent years, ostensibly “positive” portrayals have...
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Posted in Action, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Media Bias, Peter Allemano, Radical, Supremist | 1 Comment »

NCFM Honorary Member Peter Allemano explains why Tinkers’ bell has a poisonous gender biased tinkle

November 11, 2011
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By Peter Allemano NCFM Honorary Member This Fall, I began my seventh academic year of volunteering for the Power Lunch literacy program, which is operated by the “Everybody Wins! Foundation.”  Under the sponsorship of my employer, one day every week I visit a nearby elementary school and read one-on-one with my designated “buddy” during...
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Posted in Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Men, Education, Peter Allemano | 2 Comments »