Posts Tagged ‘ human rights ’

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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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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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 »

More Gender Myths Shattered

February 23, 2009
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More Gender Myths Shattered

    Just this morning I read that the FBI, along with local authorities, have uncovered and eliminated a child prostitution ring. According to Fox News: The FBI has rescued more than 45 suspected teenage prostitutes, some as young as 13, in a nationwide sweep to remove kids from the illegal sex trade and punish their accused...
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Posted in crime, equality, family, female violence, feminist, genders, human trafficking, media, men, men's issues, News, politics, prostitution, research, sexism, sexual politics, society, women | 1 Comment »

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 »

"Sexpert" Or Sexist?

July 17, 2008
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"Sexpert" Or Sexist?

As I stated previously, since I came back from vacation last week, I’m trying to get caught up on news stories. This has led me to find a handful of stories that show what I feel is a strong anti-male sentiment in the media and society. In my last article, I revealed what I...
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CNN Sloppy When Reporting On Genders

July 11, 2008
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CNN Sloppy When Reporting On Genders

While I was away on a long vacation with my family, I made a semi-intentional effort to cut myself off from all forms of news media. This meant no newspapers, limited internet access, limited magazines, etc.. Since I spend most of my free time perusing media circles for my blog, I figured this vacation...
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At CNN, Moms More Important As Fathers Day Approaches

June 7, 2008
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At CNN, Moms More Important As Fathers Day Approaches

Recently I wrote an article explaining how if history repeats itself, the approaching Fathers Day weekend should be imbedded with negative stories and events about fatherhood, displaying a completely opposite trend when compared to mothers. As Mothers Day weekend approaches, we graciously overlook all of “mom’s” failures and indiscretions she has committed, and instead,...
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Mothers Day Has Passed. Prepare for the Assualt on Fathers Day!

May 15, 2008
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Mothers Day Has Passed. Prepare for the Assualt on Fathers Day!

Mothers Day has passed, the day when we set aside any differences, wrongs, resentments, and other negatives about our moms across the country, and focus on all the good mothers have accomplished in raising us, the sacrifices, the hardships, the unconditional love, and other benevolent qualities perceived as only coming from moms. It’s wonderful...
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The Great Communicators. Are They Listening?

May 9, 2008
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The Great Communicators. Are They Listening?

  Let’s get one thing straight; women are not better listeners than men. Contrary to popular belief, I feel men are better listeners than women. So bear with me while I vent a little bit. The reason why men are considered lousy at listening is based solely on the assumptions and vocalization of women,...
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Posted in equality, fathers, female ego, female sexist behavior, feminist, genders, male injustices, men, politics, prostitution, relationships, research, society, women | 3 Comments »