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NCFM Women Against False Accusations President, Lori DeBolt, False Accusations of Sexual Assault: Calling on our Women

November 29, 2020
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When your whole world crashes because of False Accusations of Sexual Assault, please know You Are Not Alone! False accusations destroy the lives of our men and rip them away from the families that love them; and, it is much more common than you are led to believe!  At NCFM, our Deborah and Jael’s...
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review: Epiphanies: Second Thoughts about Feminism for Egalitarians

March 28, 2022
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Epiphanies: Second Thoughts about Feminism for Egalitarians.Edited by Neil Lyndon. Amazon Kindle, 2020. 198 pages. No price on book but Amazon.com gives price as $3.69. Review by J. Steven Svoboda. Disclaimer: I have long admired Neil Lyndon and was fortunate enough to meet him in London in 2018, which led to me contributing my...
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CPS makes commitment to male victims of sexual and domestic abuse (UK)

September 6, 2017
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CPS makes commitment to male victims of sexual and domestic abuse (UK)

The Crown Prosecution Service has published its first ever public statement recognising the needs and experiences of male victims of offences including rape, domestic abuse, harassment, stalking and child sexual abuse. Many male victims of these crime...
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The ‘gendered violence’ narrative: rhetoric, errors, cherry-picked statistics and circular references

July 18, 2017
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The ‘gendered violence’ narrative: rhetoric, errors, cherry-picked statistics and circular references

Abstract This paper examines bias in an online article published by the Australian ABC’s triple j HACK, as a case study of the way the ‘gendered violence’ narrative is largely built upon unsupported opinions, errors, cherry-picked st...
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TV program wants to talk with men who have experienced domestic violence

June 27, 2017
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TV program wants to talk with men who have experienced domestic violence

We have been contacted by Roje Augustin, one of the Producers with the SBS TV program Insight.  She is in the initial research phase of looking into the issue of domestic violence against men with the view to possibly running a show on the topic ...
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Finally, our policy-makers are waking up to the plight of male domestic abuse victims | Mark Brooks (UK)

June 24, 2017
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Finally, our policy-makers are waking up to the plight of male domestic abuse victims | Mark Brooks (UK)

  This week, the Queen announced that the Government are going ahead with a new Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill. The aim, broadly speaking, is to bring all the disparate pieces of domestic abuse legislation, policies and guidance together. There...
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