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Posts Tagged ‘ suicide ’

NCFM Board Member Fred Sottile, Episode Two, I Need A Little Help with Men’s Rights

October 5, 2020
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There is a lot of talk, still in 2020, about women’s rights. You’d think the issue would have been addressed enough by now. After all, women compose more than half of college enrollment, have equal pay for equal work and any job they like, spend more money than men, are home owners, and disproportionately...
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Posted in Discrimination, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Discrimination Men by Men, Fred Sottile | 3 Comments »

NCFM Adviser John Davis, Esq., Men Committing Suicide, a Response to Loise Perry

August 25, 2019
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John Davis ABSTRACT My article responds to Louise Perry’s “Time to Stop Using Suicide for Political Point-Scoring.” Ms. Perry writes about men committing suicide. Her conclusion is that men, and men’s Rights Activists (MRAs), are using the gender suicide gap as a means of scoring political points against feminists and feminism (as opposed to...
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Posted in Health Men, John Davis, Misandry, Suicide, Suicide Male | No Comments »

NCFM Adviser Richard Doyle, Our Devastating Welfare System

February 3, 2019
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Menken described the U.S. federal government as a “milch cow with one hundred twenty-five teats.”  We devote far more resources than many other countries to social spending.  This essay addresses the twenty-one and a third percent of Americans on the dole.  Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation claims federal and state spending on means-tested...
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Posted in Child Custody, Child Support, Children's' Rights, Courts, Courts Family, Fatherlessness, Female Privilege, Feminism, Gender Politics, Richard Doyle, MRA, Welfare | 4 Comments »