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NCFM Press Release: Battered Men’s Rights Hero, Patricia Overberg, Passes Away

August 16, 2011
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NCFM Press Release: Battered Men’s Rights Hero, Patricia Overberg, Passes Away

Former DV Shelter Director Was the First to Help Battered Men and is Honored by Men’s Rights Activists 8/12/11 – Los Angeles: Patricia Overberg, the first known domestic violence shelter director in the United States to help male victims along with female victims, passed away today (August 11, 2011).  Patricia is being honored by men’s rights activists as a hero...
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Prostate cancer strikes one in six men but gets very little funding for research

August 16, 2011
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Prostate cancer strikes one in six men but gets very little funding for research

By Ray Blumhorst President, NCFM Los Angeles Here’s an important public service announcement from the Prostate Cancer Foundation called “Keep Dad in the Game.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQMv5gDiDco& Prostate cancer strikes one out of six men, but prostate cancer research gets only a fraction of the annual funding that breast cancer research receives. The number of men...
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Pioneering Domestic Violence Advocate Who Refused to Discriminate Leaves Lasting Legacy

August 16, 2011
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Pioneering Domestic Violence Advocate Who Refused to Discriminate Leaves Lasting Legacy

TORRANCE, Calif., August 15, 2011 – She changed the lives of thousands, perhaps millions, but few know her name. Patricia Shanley Overberg, MSW, died of heart failure in Torrance, California, on August 11, 2011, with her children at her side. Overberg, a native of Providence, Rhode Island, was 77. With the Violence Against Women...
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NCFM member Paul Elam slams judicial system in “Vladek Filler: A political prisoner in America”

August 5, 2011
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NCFM member Paul Elam slams judicial system in “Vladek Filler: A political prisoner in America”

By Paul Elam Many of you will know the name of Vladek Filler.  Thanks in part to your help with drawing media attention to his case, and the fact that he was innocent, Filler was exonerated of the false rape charges against him. He was, however, convicted, falsely of assaulting his estranged wife, Ligia...
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Aliens invade Australian politics

August 4, 2011
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Aliens invade Australian politics

Things are getting worse. The Australian government has been infested by horrific radical feminists from Misandry, a disreputable dying planet an infinite number of illogical universes from sensibility. How such people gain political power on Earth is  a mystery. They must coerce, lie, threaten, and blackmail their way into power since no one with...
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Letter from NCFM “old timer” to new NCFM member regarding men’s rights activism

August 1, 2011
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Letter from NCFM “old timer” to new NCFM member regarding men’s rights activism

The following letter resulted from an inquiry from a new NCFM member (by the way, if you have not joined NCFM you may as well do it now, just click on the join NCFM button to the right and help us help you make the world a better place for all of us…): NCFM...
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NCFM Canadian Liaison Earl Silverman, “Female violence society’s “dirty little secret,” especially in Alberta”

August 1, 2011
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NCFM Canadian Liaison Earl Silverman, “Female violence society’s “dirty little secret,” especially in Alberta”

By Christopher Walsh, reporter Calgary Beacon, July  29, 2011 Twenty years ago, a man named Earl was sitting alone in a mobile home, the oven door open, two propane tanks set on either side, when the phone rang. He wasn’t expecting the call, it just sort of came out of the blue as he...
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Austrailian cows more important than children.

June 28, 2011
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Austrailian cows more important than children.

MEDIA RELEASE | June 27th 2011 WHY ARE COWS MORE IMPORTANT THAN CHILDREN? Dads on the Air | www.dadsontheair.net Local Sydney Time: 10.30am to 12 midday Tuesdays Listen live on 2GLF 89.3FM in Sydney or online via live streaming at www.893fm.com.au/On-Air or in MP3 format at www.dadsontheair.net or in MP3 format at www.dadsontheair.net On...
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NCFM member sends letter to the Un-Australian newspaper about longevity and mens health

June 14, 2011
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NCFM member sends letter to the Un-Australian newspaper about longevity and mens health

NOTE by the editor: The Australian recently ran the article “Free checks to tempt men to seek health help ” in which is described an effort by the Australian government to encourage men to seek preventive health services. That’s progress, a good thing, something that America should emulate. Aussie Ian Wilson, a long term...
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NCFM Australia Liaison posts blistering condemnation of feminist fairy-tales, “Government deception won’t reduce family violence”

June 8, 2011
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NCFM Australia Liaison posts blistering condemnation of feminist fairy-tales, “Government deception won’t reduce family violence”

By Greg Andresen – posted Thursday, 9 June 2011 Last week the Federal House of Representatives debated the Family Law Legislation Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Bill 2011. During the debate, the Minister for the Status of Women, Kate Ellis, made a series of false statements to the Parliament and the Australian public....
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WHEN THE LUNATICS RUN THE ASYLUM

June 8, 2011
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WHEN THE LUNATICS RUN THE ASYLUM

By George Rolf Those of us who have been around the men’s movement for a while can imagine how the conversation went. The desperate father knowing that this may be the last time he ever sees his children again. Negotiating and trying to keep the whole contact thing between her and him. Not wanting...
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Australian coalition push for changes to ‘flawed’ Family Violence bill – they want to make sure fathers don’t see their kids

May 26, 2011
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Australian coalition push for changes to ‘flawed’ Family Violence bill – they want to make sure fathers don’t see their kids

The federal coalition will push for changes to draft legislation providing protection for children within the family law system and tackling family violence. When the Family Law Legislation Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) bill was introduced to parliament in March, Attorney-General Robert McClelland said it would create a “safer and fairer family law...
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Aussie woman who set husband on fire freed

April 19, 2011
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A woman who burned her husband to death after “snapping momentarily” has become the third battered wife in seven years to avoid jail for manslaughter. The Supreme Court has suspended Rajini Narayan’s six-year sentence for killing her cheating husband, Satish, in December 2008. She became the third battered wife in seven years to avoid...
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Family Law Amendment – Update 3

January 13, 2011
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Just a quick reminder that submissions to the Family Law Amendment (Family Violence) Bill 2010 – Exposure Draft – are due TODAY, Friday January 14th 2011. More details at http://bit.ly/rollback2011. I have included links below to submissions from Men’s Health Australia and the One in Three Campaign in case they are of use to...
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Foundation for Male Studies Conference

April 2, 2010
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On April 6, 2010, the foundation is having their Second Annual Conference on Male Studies, Looking Forward to Solutions. This global web-broadcast conference will gather scholars representing a wide range of academic disciplines including anthropology, education, history, medicine, politics and psychology and have them present captivating findings at the New York Academy of Medicine....
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