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The “Y” Factor: Gender Bias in Child Custody Cases

March 28, 2011
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Great article from the Huffington Post about how fathers are discriminated against in court custody cases. The “Y” Factor: Gender Bias, Child Custody And The Great Parenting  Myth David T. Pisarra Family law attorney, newspaper columnist and author In the emotionally-charged world of child custody, there is a fundamental myth that both enslaves women...
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Posted in activism, child support, commentary, culture, current events, custody cases, divorce, domestic violence, education, equality, false allegations, family, family court injustices, fathers, female hypocrisy, female sexist behavior, feminism, feminist, genders, inequality, legal sexism, male injustices, men, men's issues, men's health, news, paternity, politics, relationships, research, sex, sexism, sexual politics, society, Uncategorized, women | No Comments »

Female Psychologist Advocates for Men's Issues

June 30, 2009
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In the process of advocating men’s issues, it becomes inevitable that I will wind up in a debate with those who feel advocating for men’s causes is a waste of time and resources because men are living in a state of blissful privilege. Instead, these people feel that valuable time and resources would be...
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Posted in activism, Dr. Elizabeth Celi, education, equality, family, fathers, female sexist behavior, feminist, genders, inequality, male injustices, media, men, men's issues, News, politics, relationships, research, sexism, sexual politics, society, women, World Bank | 1 Comment »

Some Good Things Happened Since I've Been Gone

June 18, 2009
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Some Good Things Happened Since I've Been Gone

I took sort of a mini sabbatical from my blog. However, it should not be assumed that I wasn’t busy advocating for a greater male voice in gender politics. One of the things I’ve been working on – for quite some time now – along with another masculinity writer, Tim Goldich, has been the...
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Posted in activism, education, equality, fathers, female sexist behavior, feminist, genders, inequality, media, men, men's issues, News, sexual politics, society, Tim Goldich, women | No Comments »

April Is Autism Awareness Month, And Sexism Creeps In

April 2, 2009
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April Is Autism Awareness Month, And Sexism Creeps In

     You may have noticed a recent surge in stories about autism. That’s because April is dedicated as Autism Awareness Month. As a writer of men’s issues, the progress concerning the understanding and minimizing of autism would naturally be of concern to me considering that this disorder affects more males than females. But I also...
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Posted in activism, autism, CNN, education, equality, family, fathers, Fox News, genders, inequality, male injustices, media, men, men's issues, News, research, sexual politics, society, women | 2 Comments »

Steve Harvey's Book Just Doesn't Add Up

March 30, 2009
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Steve Harvey's Book Just Doesn't Add Up

I recently ran across an article posted within CNN’s website that originally appeared at Oprah.com. It seems multi-media entertainer Steve Harvey has written a book about relationships, but more importantly, a book that “empowers women” in relationships. And Oprah, who exclaims “she loves everything it has to say!” was eager to have Harvey on...
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Posted in CNN, divorce, equality, false allegations, family, fathers, genders, inequality, male injustices, media, men, men's issues, News, relationships, sexual politics, society, women | 6 Comments »

Careful In Our Judgments of the Chris Brown and Rihanna Episode

February 18, 2009
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Careful In Our Judgments of the Chris Brown and Rihanna Episode

As I’ve watched the Chris Brown/Rihanna saga unfold, I’ve kept my sympathy and anger in check. Why? Because my experience in dealing with gender issues, sexual politics, and domestic violence topics has taught me that what we believe/assume, and what is real/truth are consistently at odds with one another. Feminist have done a great job...
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Posted in crime, domestic violence, equality, family, female violence, feminist, genders, inequality, male injustices, media, men, men's issues, music, News, relationships, sexism, sexual politics, society, women | 3 Comments »

Women's Violence Against Men Still Acceptable – Videos

February 9, 2009
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Women's Violence Against Men Still Acceptable – Videos

 As Valentines Day approaches, every man will be reminded that if he forgets this special day, he will suffer dire consequences. But what is truly amazing his how sexist and one sided this “mutual relationship” day really is. In our present environment which stresses gender equality, almost all Valentine’s Day ads will portray the man doing...
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Posted in activism, advertising, domestic violence, equality, family, fathers, female ego, female sexist behavior, female violence, feminist, genders, inequality, male injustices, media, men, men's issues, relationships, sex, sexism, sexual politics, society, women | 2 Comments »

A Great Argument For Father's Abortion Rights

January 26, 2009
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A Great Argument For Father's Abortion Rights

I’ve written about this inequity before, particularly how women expect men to sacrifice their rights in order to achieve equality, but at the same time, women refuse to accept any sacrifice when the situation is reversed. I’ve concluded the women’s rights movement has eroded into a selfish, immature, and sexist movement that advocates and promotes only...
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Posted in abortion, activism, education, equality, family, fathers, female ego, female sexist behavior, feminist, genders, inequality, male injustices, media, men, men's issues, News, politics, relationships, reproductive rights, sex, sexism, sexual politics, society, women | 2 Comments »

Feminization of Stalking Behaviors Erodes Common Sense

January 22, 2009
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Feminization of Stalking Behaviors Erodes Common Sense

(Today I’m offering my blog to a gentleman named Dr. Lenton Aikins. I met Dr. Lenton through corresspondence over the internet after he chose to debate me concerning one of my articles. After corresponding back and forth, Dr. Lenton and I discovered we had more in common than not. And after reading his book...
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Posted in crime, domestic violence, equality, false allegations, family, fathers, feminist, genders, inequality, male injustices, media, men, men's issues, News, politics, relationships, sexual politics, society, women | No Comments »

Finally – The End of the Sexist DART Ads

December 2, 2008
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Finally – The End of the Sexist DART Ads

For those of you who read this blog, you know that I was involved in a protest against some sexist domestic violence ads that were displayed for several weeks on buses owned by Dallas Area Rapid Transit. Created and funded by The Family Place, a local domestic violence shelter, the ads appeared as shown...
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Posted in activism, advertising, DART, domestic violence, equality, false allegations, family, fathers, female sexist behavior, female violence, feminist, genders, inequality, male injustices, media, men, men's issues, News, politics, relationships, sexism, sexual politics, society, The Family Place, women | 1 Comment »