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International Men's Day Begins

November 11, 2008
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International Men's Day Begins

               International Men’s Day – 19th November 2008 International Men’s Day will have its inaugural celebration in Australia on 19th November 2008. Russian President, Mikhail Gorbachev, first called for an international day to celebrate men in 1999 at the United Nations in Vienna. International Men’s Day is celebrated on many different dates around the...
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Small Victory in DART Protest Campaign

October 31, 2008
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The ongoing protest campaign against the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) for using what many feel are anti-male/anti-father domestic violence ads on the company’s buses, has achieved a small victory. The creator and financier of the ads, The Family Place, one of largest domestic violence shelters in the Dallas area, has changed the wording...
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DART Launches Sleazy Counter Attack Against Sexist DV Ads

October 30, 2008
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The ongoing campaign against anti-male/anti-father domestic violence ads appearing on buses of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) has heated up. In a local news outlet Morgan Lyon, DART’s media relations official, tried redirecting the focus and seriousness of his company’s blunder by stating the company has received very little negative response from the...
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DART Refuses to Remove Sexist Domestic Violence Ads

October 28, 2008
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The campaign to address the biased and misleading domestic violence advertisements presently being displayed on Dallas Area Rapid Transit buses in coordination with The Family Place has led to nearly a thousand emails of protest by both men and women across the nation, as was reported by the Associated Press and two dozen other...
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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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Court: Domestic Violence Shelters Sexist Against Men

October 20, 2008
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Court: Domestic Violence Shelters Sexist Against Men

(October is domestic violence awareness month. My blog will focus on domestic violence from the often ignored and silent perspective – the male victim – and how organizations, politicians, and society deny men and their children the same awareness, compassion, and resources offered to women.) There was a monumental victory last week for men...
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Violence In the Home vs. Gender – Diagnosed or Demonized? Part II

October 16, 2008
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Violence In the Home vs. Gender – Diagnosed or Demonized? Part II

(October is domestic violence awareness month. My blog will focus on domestic violence from the often ignored and silent perspective – the male victim – and how organizations, politicians, and society deny men and their children the same awareness, compassion, and resources offered to women.) Lady Madonna: Cont. by Tim Goldich Andrea’s mother and...
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Violence In the Home vs. Gender – Diagnosed or Demonized?

October 14, 2008
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Violence In the Home vs. Gender – Diagnosed or Demonized?

(October is domestic violence awareness month. My blog will focus on domestic violence from the often ignored and silent perspective – the male victim – and how organizations, politicians, and society deny men and their children the same awareness, compassion, and resources offered to women.) Lady Madonna: Part 1 by Tim Goldich The dark...
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"South Park" Finds Male Rape Humorous

October 11, 2008
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"South Park" Finds Male Rape Humorous

The other day I posted videos corroborating my thoughts which point out how female-on-male violence is often used as an acceptable form of humor and empowerment for women (with male approval) in the main stream media. I wrote how the same is not true for women. Men’s violence against women for any reason in...
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Domestic Violence Awareness Month – But These Influences Will Be Ignored

October 9, 2008
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(October is domestic violence awareness month. My blog will focus on domestic violence from the often ignored and silent perspective – the male victim – and how organizations, politicians, and society deny men and their children the same awareness, compassion, and resources offered to women.) While great awareness has been raised concerning how violence...
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