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Posts Tagged ‘ while house council on boys and men ’

NCFM Member James Jackson, “MissEducation”

September 24, 2016

MissEducation By James Jackson Nicholas Ferroni, a high school history teacher, was dismayed by the fact that Congress is 80% male.  He was troubled that Congress may not fairly represent women.  Implied in his thinking is the assumption that male legislators are passing laws favoring men.  He performed a social experiment in his class....
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Posted in Discrimination, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Discrimination Men by Men, Elite, Female Privilege, Feminism, Feminist Hypocracy, Feminist Spin, Gender Equality, Jim Jackson, Male Privilege, Man Bashing, Masculinity, Matriarchy, Media Bias, Men's Rights, Men's Rights Movement, Mens' Organizations, MGTOW, Misandry, MRA, Myths, Obama Administration, Perps government, Politicians County/Borough/Local, Power, Radical, Sexism Reverse, Shameful, VAWA, Victim Male, Victim Mentality, Violence Against Women Act, Voting, War Against Men, Women and Wealth, Women get it all, Women Organizations | No Comments »

NCFM Member Tim Patten on “Heroism and Gender”

March 13, 2016

Heroism and Gender When a young woman is brutally gang-raped on a college campus, many men feel compelled toward bravery. Emboldened with courage, they will often challenge the perpetrators head-on, seeking justice for someone who may be a complete stranger. Such a response is called heroism, deeply valued across cultures. More broadly, when men...
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Posted in Differences Between Men and Women, Economics, Elite, Emotions, Entitlements, Female Privilege, Feminism, Gender Equality, Gender Politics, Health Men, Men's Rights, Men's Rights Movement, MGTOW, Power, Radical, Sex Differences, Supremist, Tim Patten | No Comments »