In the continuing saga that is NCIS star Pauley Perrete’s screenplay “Star Crazy,” being played out to sadistically destroy the man who divorced her, Coyote Shivers, Suzanne McCarley recounts an early episode of our Crazy (like a fox) Star’s restraining order terrorism. Her relationship with Daniel Rivas is, shall we say, interesting…
Has Suz become a celebrity gossip columnist? No but it might look that way. Suzanne McCarley further chronicles the exploits of Pauley Perrette, whose vindictive campaign of harassment against her former husband, reads a bit like, er, a screenplay.
As season 11 of NCIS debuts, A Voice for Men has filed a complaint with LA County Grand Jury; Perrette, and some of her pals might be residents of LA County Jail before season’s end.
Sometimes activism is a coordinated effort involving many people, multiple resources and a great deal of dedicated time. Sometimes it is a spontaneous act of indignation. Either way, the more of it that happens the better. Suzanne McCarley gives us one example, and it could include you.
Suzanne McCarley has a few questions for the men of the University of Toronto Student’s Union regarding their conduct at the recent protests at men’s issues presentations on that campus. We are sure they will be quick to step forward with direct and honest answers to all of them.
Yellow journalism has become a standard in American mainstream media. But some cases of it are so extreme that they border on criminal. Suzanne McCarley brings you once such case in the coverage of Pauley Perrette by Roger Friedman.
Suz is of a mind to kick some ass and take some names, and she needs your help. She’s compiling a list of volunteers for targeted email campaigns. She thinks everyone, from senators to janitors, should know what their own courts are up to.
There are some truths so ugly, and so ridden with the unthinkable that even many MRAs don’t want to consider the implications. The truth about VAWA is one of them, and Driver Suz lays out the case for it here for AVFM readers.
We often speculate about how so many mothers remain silent in the face of what their sons have to deal with in modern life. Well, we have one, AVfM’s very own Suz, a mother and an activist, who leaves no room for speculation.
I was born in the mid 1960’s, bringing up the tail end of the Baby Boom. My dad was a retired cop who taught criminal justice at a community college and my mom was a homemaker (previously a psychiatric nurse.) Both of them were older than most of their peers when they married and they …