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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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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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Please Join Me In Protesting Sexist Domestic Violence Ads

October 27, 2008
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Please Join Me In Protesting Sexist Domestic Violence Ads

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit in coordination with The Family Place, a Dallas Domestic Violence service provider began running domestic violence prevention ads on DART buses that openly discriminate against men and fathers, and mislead the public into believing the myth that men are almost always the perpetrators of violence and women are most...
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Advertisers Trying To Get It – From A Woman

March 18, 2008
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Advertisers Trying To Get It – From A Woman

   There has been much debate about how advertisers portray men and fathers in the media. For sometime now men’s rights and father’s rights groups have been creating awareness and engaging in protests campaigns in an effort to derail the common default logic that the best way to reach the male consumer is to portray...
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Yes, I Am An Extremist

February 25, 2008
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Yes, I Am An Extremist

  Since I have been indirectly labeled an extremist, I feel this qualifies me to be in the position to reach out to others who may be the same. This is how I felt after reading Jonah Bloom’s article at Glenn Sack’s blog. Jonah is Executive Editor and writer for Advertising Age, a weekly marketing and media publication. Mr. Bloom...
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