An Open Letter to Robert Brannon of NOMAS

To: Robert Brannon, Professor Emeritus, Brooklyn College, Co founder- NOMAS Dear Dr. Brannon, I just received a notification that your organization, the National Organization of Men Against Sexism (NOMAS), has announced it’s 35th National Conference on Men and Masculinity in partnership with the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV). I share an active interest in the same issues …

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Who are River Smith and Heidi Raynor and What Kind of Cult are They Running?

Complaints are currently being filed with the state of Ohio against the owners and operators of the internet website known as allaboutcounseling.com. These events began as an almost routine story about a mental health advocacy website spreading disinformation about domestic violence that demonizes men, denies male victims and shields female perpetrators. And while the disinformation …

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Most of the mental health related “helping professions” e.g., psychotherapists, social workers, psychologists and counselors, have a code of ethics that guides their professional conduct. They are sworn, supposedly at the risk of their professional licenses, to follow the ethical mandates of that code in regard to how they conduct their practices and in their …

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APA- Virginia Tech Was a ‘Guy Thing’

On April 16th, 2007 Seung-Hui Cho went on a shooting rampage at Virginia Polytechnic and State University killing 32 people, committing the deadliest incident of its kind in American history. In the aftermath, as the nation struggled for answers, fingers were pointed everywhere, mostly at campus security failures and gun control. Though many would agree …

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Yawning at Hofstra

And that is precisely what men are becoming. They are like dumb animals that wander onto the super highway of gender politics, unable to grasp the concept of speed and Mac Trucks. After getting hit, the ones who don’t get squashed flat simply limp off to the shoulder, covering their pain with a smile and saying, “Please, ma’am, may I have another?”

Domestic Violence- Women are Half the Problem

[quote]The response to our finding that the rate of female-to-male violence was equal to the rate of male-to-female violence not only produced heated scholarly criticism, but intense and long lasting personal attacks. All three of us received death threats. ~ Richard Gelles[/quote] [dropcap]D[/dropcap]omestic Violence. Even the mention of the words conjures up the larger than life …

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