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Circumcision of boys for non-medical reasons is a violation of children’s rights says Slovenia’s Human Rights Ombudsman

February 17, 2012
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Circumcision of boys for non-medical reasons is a violation of children’s rights says Slovenia’s Human Rights Ombudsman

Complainant asked the Ombudsman to assess whether circumcision of boys (Circumcision) is the interference with the rights of the child, especially if it is done only for religious reasons and not justified on health grounds. The complainant considered that the interference is harmful to the Slovenian doctors but he do not know all the...
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NCFM and Earth Day with the National Organization of Women… really

February 15, 2012
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NCFM and Earth Day with the National Organization of Women… really

On January 23, 2012 I received an intriguing invitation for NCFM to be part of EARTH DAY. The invitation said, “We would love to have men be recognized as also being socially, and environmentally aware, and leading the efforts, alongside with the National Organization for Women, as we come together to help improve our environment!...
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NCFM Liaison Carl Augustsson challenges Georgia Today article about domestic violence

February 15, 2012
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NCFM Liaison Carl Augustsson challenges Georgia Today article about domestic violence

“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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UPDATE on Tom Martin’s sex discrimination suit against The London School of Economics

February 3, 2012
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UPDATE on Tom Martin’s sex discrimination suit against The London School of Economics

Press Release January 30th, 2012 Tom Martin v LSE’s Gender Institute: Update Tom Martin’s sex discrimination lawsuit against Europe’s largest gender studies department at The London School of Economics (LSE) has been delayed, a hearing now rescheduled for March 13th. Tom has given an interview for a programme on satellite news channel Press TV...
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NCFM asks the United Nations to end all forms of discrimination against men

January 17, 2012
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NCFM asks the United Nations to end all forms of discrimination against men

Through the generous volunteer work of our Democratic Republic of Georgia Liaison Carl Augustsson, and after review and unanimous approval of our national board of directors, over 170 letters were sent under NCFM letterhead to all United Nations Delegations requesting sponsors for the “Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Men”...
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TRANSITIONS AND NCFM: OUR HISTORY (STILL) IN THE MAKING

December 29, 2011
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TRANSITIONS AND NCFM:  OUR HISTORY (STILL) IN THE MAKING

TRANSITIONS AND NCFM: OUR HISTORY (STILL) IN THE MAKING by Francis Baumli, Ph.D.      As archivist for back issues of Transitions, my role in The National Coalition for Men is, I daresay, highly crucial precisely because Transitions is the tactile part of belonging to NCFM. It is the part you can hold in your...
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In The Face of Great Evil, an unbelievable tale of the destruction of a man and his family

December 28, 2011
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In The Face of Great Evil, an unbelievable tale of the destruction of a man and his family

NOTE: NCFM is nonpartisan and leans toward no particular religious or lack thereof preference. The article below is clearly the opposite. However, it would be difficult if not impossible to delete the obvious political and religious references without destroying or seriously impacting the other messages that are relevant to literally millions of adversely affected...
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NCFM Public Relations Director Steven Svoboda reviews “Gender Inclusive: Essays on violence, men, and feminist international relations”

December 21, 2011
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NCFM Public Relations Director Steven Svoboda reviews “Gender Inclusive: Essays on violence, men, and feminist international relations”

Gender Inclusive: Essays on violence, men, and feminist international relations. By Adam Jones. New York: Routledge, 2009. 313 pp. www.routledge.com. No price printed on book but website gives price as $140. Routledge has published a book-length collection of his essays on gender and genocide by Gendercide Watch Executive Director and Canadian Political Science Professor...
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“Dads demonstrate against Verizon” By Attorney David Pisarra

December 13, 2011
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“Dads demonstrate against Verizon” By Attorney David Pisarra

Verizon, similar to other ideologically infected companies, apparently rejects “family” in favor of the fatherless “femily”. Verizon’s intentions are starkly naked in their body ugly father-hating video “Monsters in the Closet” (still available for viewing on YouTube). I try again to put myself in whatever conference room sat the hideous femily monsters who conjured...
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Must see interviews with National Post Columnist Barbara Kay

December 12, 2011
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