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Main / Yet another local female teacher....
Nov 25, 2012, 10:39 AM
Yeah, suddenly there are a lot of them and I am not even posting 1 in 4 who are getting caught. Of course she will walk and not requirement to register like the rest is my bet. The males they catch they hammer though, no surprises there!

Wayne teacher faces sex charges
Alleged incident may have involved student.

Kelsey Hartmann
By Jill Kelley
Staff Writer

HUBER HEIGHTS -- A Wayne High School Spanish teacher accused of sex crimes against a minor spent Thanskgiving night in jail.

Kelsey Hartmann, 27, was being held Friday night in the Montgomery County Jail. She faces three felony counts of sexual battery involving a minor.

The charges filed made reference to Hartmann's role as a teacher, and indicated the minor involved may be a student at Wayne. Police declined to comment on further details in the case.

Hartmann, a married Centerville resident, was arrested Wednesday night in Huber Heights and was being held Friday on $75,000 bond. She is scheduled to appear in court Monday.

The charges carry a possible prison sentence of one to five years, and a $10,000 fine.

Hartmann is a Spanish teacher in her fourth year at Wayne High School, according to Huber Heights City Schools Superintendent Sue Gunnell.

Gunnell said the school district is cooperating with police and encouraged anyone with information about the investigation to do the same.

"We've been made aware of the investigation and the charges, and are putting (Hartmann) on paid administrative leave, effective immediately," Gunnell said Friday. "We also are directing her to have no contact at Wayne High School during the investigation. We are in the process of identifying a substitute for Monday."

Gunnell said she also would notify the Ohio Department of Education about the investigation, per protocol.
"We are making sure we are doing our due diligence," she said.

Hartmann would have had to pass several criminal background checks to teach at Wayne, per Ohio law. She reportedly had no prior criminal history.

Hartmann's family and Huber Heights police declined to comment Friday.
Yeah, it would have been even sooner if her lawyers had applied since she only had to serve 6 months. Picture a male teacher getting half the cheerleaders drunk and fucking them.

Nick Daggy
Stacy Schuler sits between her lawyers Charlie Rittgers (left) and Charlie M. Rittgers during her fourth day of trial in Warren County Common Pleas Court Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011. Schuler, 33, was sentenced to four years in prison after being found guilty on all 16 felony counts of sexual battery and three misdemeanor counts of providing alcohol to minors.

Teacher in court on sex charges
By Denise G. Callahan

LEBANON -- A Warren County judge has released the former Mason High School teacher who was convicted on 16 counts of sexual battery for having sex with five students last year.

Stacy Schuler, 34, has been in the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville on a four-year sentence since her conviction on Oct., 27, 2011. After the four day bench trial where five former students -- most of them football players -- testified, Judge Robert Peeler said she would be eligible for release after six months.

The former physical education teacher at Mason High School was found guilty of supplying five students with alcohol and having sex with them on multiple occasions in her Springboro home in fall 2010.

The five young men gave graphic, detailed accounts of the exploits at Schuler's home. One said sex with Schuler was initiated on a kitchen counter and two others talked about sex they had with Schuler in her shower. Several said they had repeated group sex in her bed.

Peeler, who said he didn't believe Schuler's insanity defense, ordered a psychological report on the former teacher in July after her attorney Charlie H. Rittgers petitioned for her release.

An analysis of court records by The Middletown Journal showed Peeler has released 24 prisoners early since he took the bench in fall 2009. Schuler's six months were up on April 27, but her attorney Rittgers didn't apply for her release until May 31.

Prosecutor David Fornshell opposed her early release.
Went to his event, got to shake his hand and gave him the below paper he will handed his handlers to look at. I gave a quick point to him protesters ar the Ryan event in Yellow Springs (They LITERALLY still protest Vietnam they are so liberal!!!) paused on their thinking and support of Obamacare. And yes he uses a lot of hand cream but his handshake is a PROPER one that is firm and solid. Also was interviewed for the news and pointed out I am getting hammered in my business by regulations and told I am worth less because Obamacare gives women a lot more for the same money I pay. I was very careful on my wording on the last to try and get it past their censors so we will see and if possible I will link to it online if they post it. Below is the paper he got from me as well as a TON of others who are planning to post the info to blogs, facebook and the rest.

Still think there is a "War on Women?" Think again and look at the REAL War on Men!!!

Under the healthcare law, STDs, wellness checks, surgical birth control, domestic violence screening and cancer screenings MUST be covered for women. The problem is the law classifies you as "adult", "child" or "woman" meaning none of those things is covered for males. Below is the official site for the healthcare bill and the services. Prostate cancer, testicular cancer are not covered placing men at a lesser value than women by law.

Also under law, while abortion is allowed for women under ANY reason they so want, males who are molested, raped or abused sexually in any way are NOT exempted from paying child support to their abuser is she becomes pregnant. With 25% of those who molest being women, it already almost impossible to get them believed when they report it, is a 20 year forced demand to work and pay their attacker reasonable? Just ask a feminist sometime and they will refuse to answer but to demand they not force male victims of these things pay child support or be jailed will get you called anti-woman.

Finally, look at Biden's greatest accomplishment, the Violence Against Women Act. Under it males are able to be denied help, places can be woman only but not male only in violation of anti-discrimination laws and requires removing rights of individuals based on accusations only. This ignores that hundreds of studies to include those by the CDC show women are just as abusive or more so than men anymore. So we will ignore half or more of the victims of domestic violence based on gender? Should a father trying to leave and protect his children from an abusive mother be ignored, mocked and even risk charges for doing so just due to being male? Is this right for the children?

Information below on all of this. If you have a father, brother, son or husband you love and care about, demand our representatives and media stop ignoring the real war on a gender and that they treat all crime victims and all the sick equally. The value of a person is not their gender and it is no more correct to do this to men than if it was done to women. Neither should be punished or ignored just because their gender.

1. Breast Cancer Mammography screenings every 1 to 2 years for women over 40
2. Breast Cancer Chemoprevention counseling for women at higher risk
3. Cervical Cancer screening for sexually active women
4. Chlamydia Infection screening for younger women and other women at higher risk
5. Contraception: Food and Drug Administration-approved contraceptive methods, sterilization procedures, and patient education and counseling, not including abortifacient drugs*
6. Domestic and interpersonal violence screening and counseling for all women*
7. Gonorrhea screening for all women at higher risk
8. Hepatitis B screening for pregnant women at their first prenatal visit
9. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) screening and counseling for sexually active women*
10. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) DNA Test: high risk HPV DNA testing every three years for women with normal cytology results who are 30 or older*
11. Osteoporosis screening for women over age 60 depending on risk factors
12. Tobacco Use screening and interventions for all women, and expanded counseling for pregnant tobacco users
13. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) counseling for sexually active women*
14. Syphilis screening for all pregnant women or other women at increased risk
15. Well-woman visits to obtain recommended preventive services*
Other sources...

Laura Wish Morgan


By Attorney Lisa Scott
August 24, 2005

The federal Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is up for reauthorization in 2005. VAWA funds billions of taxpayer dollars to combat violence against women, principally domestic violence (DV). The definition of DV touted by victim advocates runs the gamut from jokes and insults to murder, with "power and control" being the overriding characteristic of the man's behavior towards the woman. Real violence is rarely at issue.

When women commit violence against men, VAWA and the DV industry go AWOL. Despite the federal government's own statistics showing nearly 40 per cent of domestic violence victims are men, VAWA persists in its monolithic response.
In the same way that some minority groups argue they cannot be racist because they aren't in power in society, gender feminists contend women cannot commit DV because they can't assert power and control over men. Any violence committed by women is, by definition, either de minimus (it could not possibly have hurt him), or self-defense (SHE is the victim of HIS abuse).

All interactions between partners are subject to this twisted logic. When the relationship sours, the woman has an easy out: "I am a victim of domestic violence and can do no wrong." VAWA supports and maintains female supremacy. It should be re-titled Victory Assured for Women Act.

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Just can't say it anymore. Go for it on the differences and the rest in how she and her mom were treated and odd of her winning the lawsuit. This on top of a mother of 6 last week that got 6 years probation for giving boys drugs and booze before sleeping with them. No requirement to register for her either or any risk of losing custody though she slept with boys as young as 13 years old.

The Associated Press

COVINGTON, Ky. --A former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader pleaded guilty Monday to having sex with her 17-year-old former student while she was a teacher at a northern Kentucky high school, a move that will allow her to avoid jail time.

In a tearful admission in Kenton County Circuit Court in Covington, Ky., 27-year-old Sarah Jones pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct and custodial interference in place of more serious charges as part of a plea agreement with prosecutors.

"I began a romantic relationship while he was a student and I was in a position of authority," Jones said, her voice cracking as her family members wiped their own tears.

Jones said the relationship began in February 2011 when the boy was 17, saying that the two had sex, that she sent him sexually explicit text messages and lied about the relationship to police.

The teen had been in Jones' freshman English class in 2008, and she was his peer tutor in 2010 and 2011 before he graduated at the age of 17 this year, according to Monday's plea agreement, signed by Jones.

In accepting the plea agreement, Judge Patricia Summe granted prosecutors' recommendation to sentence Jones to five years of diversion but no jail time, and she won't have to register as a sex offender. The diversion requires Jones to report to a probation officer and undergo drug tests.

Prosecutors said they were willing to make the deal because the teen, now 18, and his family were uncooperative with them and on Jones' side.

"We feel that it is a just and it is a fair result," prosecutor Sara Farmer said. "It's certainly difficult when a victim and his family don't cooperate by not providing information, but it makes our case a lot harder when they're actually proactive for a defendant, and in this case, the family was more than supportive of the Jones (family). They were proactive for them."

Jones had taught at Dixie Heights High School before resigning last November. She was indicted in March, and her trial had been set to start Wednesday.

Part of the reason defense attorney Eric Deters said Jones was willing to plead guilty was because Summe had denied his request to keep the text messages that she sent to the teen out of the trial.

"They're embarrassing," Deters told reporters after the hearing. "They were steamy."

He also said that now that the teen is 18 years old, he and Jones "are free to be together" and pointed out that they left the courtroom together.

Deters declined to discuss details of their current relationship, saying that the pair would discuss it on the "Today" show and "Dateline" on Friday.

He said that Jones will not try out to be a Bengals cheerleader in the future, and that for now, she's working as a legal assistant in his office.

Jones has expressed interest in becoming a lawyer and is studying to take the Law School Admission Test, he said.

Before any accusations involving the student surfaced, Jones drew public attention when she sued a Scottsdale, Ariz.-based gossip website over a posting dated Dec. 7, 2009, that included her photo and was headlined "The Dirty Bengals Cheerleader." The posting claimed that Jones' ex-boyfriend cheated on her with more than 50 women, contracted chlamydia and gonorrhea, and likely gave it to her.

Another post on the site,, accused Jones of having sex in the classroom and said, "Why are all high school teachers freaks in the sack?"

Jones resigned as a teacher at Dixie Heights and from the Bengals cheer squad in late 2011 after four years with both jobs. Deters said at the time that she had done nothing wrong and stepped down because a rumor that she had become involved with a student became too much.

The lawsuit, which accuses the website and its creator of defamation and invasion of privacy and seeks $11 million in damages, was on hold until the criminal case was resolved.

Deters now is asking for a January trial date in the matter.

Jones' mother, former school principal Cheryl Armstrong Jones, also pleaded guilty Monday, to a misdemeanor charge of attempted tampering with evidence. She admitted to the judge that she sent the teen a text message telling him to get rid of his phone and also avoided jail time.
Yup! She agrees and she actually went through the Marine Infantry Commander Training so has a frigging clue! Since embedding video never seems to work for me, link to the video below.
So, if you portray women as feminine in movies and males help her, it is sexist and bad to teach girls that with just another batch of misogynist writers keeping women down. Now if you have them fighting then you are sexist, it is bad to teach girls to act like males and misogynist behavior too.

Are new raft of fairy tale films and TV shows fair to their female characters?
By Gretchen Van Benthuysen
Published August 13, 2012
Fairy tales have been with us long before the Grimm Brothers published their book "Children's and Household Tales" 200 years ago. But a new twist in the genre has emerged on TV and in theaters that demeans female characters, says an expert on fairy tale literature and film.

A pretty, but warrior-like Snow White was featured in two blockbuster summer movies,  with a bounty-hunting Gretel and more coming down the pike. And Monday night marks the start or the second season of NBC's "Grimm," where women characters are marginalized.

Dr. Jack Zipes, a retired University of Minnesota professor and author of more than a dozen books, including "The Enchanted Screen: The Unknown History of Fairy-Tale Films" and "Breaking the Magic Spell: Radical Theories of Folk & Fairy Tales," says the message films such as "Mirror Mirror" and "Snow White and the Huntsman" deliver is that women must compromise their femininity to succeed.

"'To become a true woman, you first must become a man," he says.  "In 'Mirror Mirror,' Snow White trains to use a sword to defeat the queen. In 'The Huntsman' she must become a warrior."

"To become a true woman, you first must become a man"- Dr. Jack Zipes

Even in the animated film "Brave," released in June, Princess Merida splits open her dress as she relies on her archery skills to undo a beastly curse. "She uses a bow and arrow and wants to become a man, subliminally," Zipes adds.

Then there's the television show "Grimm."

"'Grimm' is a buddy show with a white guy and black guy and every episode they solve the crime. It's an all-boys' club and ideological," Zipes says. "The women have no major roles. They are along for the ride."

A rep for "Grimm" had no comment.

Women are featured on ABC's "Once Upon a Time," (including the lost daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming). It jumps between Medieval times and today and is set in the town of Storybrooke (get it?). But Zipes says the show, returning this fall, is "insipid, banal, stupid and predictable."

"The point I want to make is all of these productions are offensive to women," he says. "In all the 'Snow White' films the conflicts are between older and younger woman. Even in 'Brave,' the Scottish princess is fighting her mother."

Stay tuned for more. Five years after their bad gingerbread-house experience,  Gretel and brother Hans  are bounty hunters who track and kill witches in "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters"  scheduled for release Jan. 11. The young Princess Aurora must deal with her nemesis in "Maleficent" (2014), told from the older woman's point of view. "Oz:  The Great and Powerful" (2014) explains how the Wizard arrived and became the ruler Dorothy Gale later seeks.  Imagine TV and 20th Century Fox TV are developing "The League of Pan," about the Lost Boys after they move in with the Darling family.

The fairy tale trend is cyclical, says Albert Nigrin, cinema studies professor at Rutgers University and a founder of the New Jersey Film Festival. The stories are in the public domain and screen writers can tailor them for contemporary audiences.

"Movies in multiplexes are for the most part roller coaster rides with big name actors and computer generated special effects being the main selling points," Nigrin says. "Kristen Stewart is nice too look at and competent, but she's no Barbara Stanwyck."

But isn't it better for Snow White to fight back than perpetuate the cliché that her prince will rescue her?

"No strategy for survival is solely masculine or feminine,"  says Kate Bernheimer, editor of "My Mother She Killed Me, My Father He Ate Me: Forty New Fairy Tales," who sees things differently. "Many old fairy tales feature women and girls surviving using a multitude of strategies. Fairy tales are possibility spaces, but clichés are locked boxes."

"I'm less interested in Snow White's misogynistic feelings. I'm not interested in the mother figure in terms of survival.  Fairy tales create rather than prevent potential for victims," she explains. "They offer radical solutions to very bad problems, very real problems.

"The Snow White character is a survivor who wins in the end," Bernheimer says. "How she survives is a magnetic story for artists and audiences regardless of the way the details around her are used, for better or worse. She is a strong heroine and the story has a sublime ending. "

The beauty of a fairy tale, she says, is it's open to any interpretation.
Main / WOW! Just WOW!
Aug 10, 2012, 10:58 AM
Not sure is I am turned on, scared or just facinated by this!!
The biggest surprise is she was interesting in something male around her! I thought she was a lesbian.  :angel4:

A veteran U.S. law enforcement official has filed a blockbuster discrimination lawsuit against Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, charging she pushed him aside to make way for a less-qualified woman who's "enjoyed a long-standing relationship" with the anti-terror chief.

That woman, Dora Schriro, was later appointed by Mayor Bloomberg as commissioner of the city Department of Correction, a post she still holds.

The court papers also allege that Suzanne Barr, Napolitano's chief of staff at Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has engaged in "numerous" acts of "sexually offensive behavior" intended to "humiliate and intimidate male employees.

Barr's alleged acts include calling one man "in his hotel room and screaming at him that she wanted his 'c--k in the back of [her] throat.' "

The suit was filed by James T. Hayes Jr., special agent in charge of New York City investigations for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Hayes, who began his career with the feds as a border patrol agent in 1995, formerly served as director of ICE Detention and Removal Operations in Washington, DC, where he oversaw about 8,500 workers and a $2.5 billion budget.

But Hayes says he was demoted following President Obama's election and the appointment of Napolitano, a former Arizona governor, to head the Department of Homeland Security.

On the cover of the Air Force Times, they have a big bit on PT tests and one big line is women are doing better at PT than the men. Umm, really? They also get a much easier PT so will have fewer injuries from it and score higher easier! The exact statement is "The Women Outperform the Men!" under the headline "PT Winners and Losers".
Main / Time to bail...
Jul 02, 2012, 10:54 AM
Done with it anymore. When a men's rights activist actually sees no problem with and supports stating that a bias for mothers in custody cases is not a bias against fathers, then I see no point in bothering anymore. There is no point in fighting when this is the best we can get and going after an idiot who says that and attacks you is wrong.
WTF! Yeah, she was stripped and so was he but she was only planning on a kiss.

Oklahoma woman charged with lewd acts with minor in tanning booth

Published June 26, 2012

Betsy Ann Brashear allegedly lured a teen into a tanning booth at an Oklahoma gym.WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
An Oklahoma woman was charged with lewd acts with a minor after she allegedly lured a 15-year-old boy into a tanning booth at a gym, stripped and kissed him, reported.

The report said Betsy Ann Brashear, 24, had been flirting with the teen at the Bartlesville gym while his mother worked out. Someone at the gym told the mother that Brashear was spotted going into a tanning booth with the teen, the report said.

The station cited an affidavit that said the mom pounded on the room's door and found Brashear hiding. She reportedly dragged Brashear, who was only wearing a sports bra, out of the room, but released her since she was partially naked and several men were watching.

The teen told police the two kissed and Brashear reportedly told police that she knew the teen's age and did not think there was anything illegal about giving someone a kiss. She reportedly denied taking off her clothes.

Brashear was released on Friday on $20,000 bond and is due back in court on July 13.

Main / Better comment!
Jun 13, 2012, 10:40 AM
Usualy line of crap with the usual studies to back it up on how women being abused need us to screen them ALL now to find it. Of course if you look at the list of studies they used, they are all either no gender mentioned at all or all on women as victims as the only item in the study. If we comment we might get this one changed before yet another gender biased program gets started.

To comment, click the first link. Second is the article.

All women should be screened for partner abuse, panel says

Published June 13, 2012

All women of childbearing age could benefit from being routinely screened for intimate partner violence, a government-appointed panel of experts said today.

Whether or not women have any signs or symptoms of abuse, they would be screened under the proposed recommendation released today by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.

An estimated 1.3 to 5.3 million women yearly experience violence at the hands of their partners, though these numbers are likely underestimates, because such violence often goes unreported, according to research cited by the panel.

If a screening test revealed a woman to be the victim of intimate partner violence, she should be referred for an intervention, according to the draft.

The new recommendation would be a change from the panel's previous statement on the topic. In 2004, the panel said it found insufficient evidence to recommend for or against routinely screening women for intimate partner violence. In recommending any routine screening, the panel considers evidence of the potential benefits and harms.

Intimate partner violence brings many health risks for women, including injury and death, the panel said.  Over the long term, victims of this violence are at an increased risk of sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancy, along with chronic pain, neurological disorders, gastrointestinal disorders and migraine headaches. Mental health risks include depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, substance abuse and suicidal behavior.

Babies born to women experiencing partner violence are at higher risk of preterm birth and low birth weight.

In making its 2004 recommendation, the panel said there was no direct evidence that screening for intimate partner violence led to decreased disability or premature death, and no studies showed that screening tools were accurate at identifying such violence. Also, there was limited evidence showing that interventions reduced harm to victimized women, once they had been identified by screening.

Now, evidence shows a number of available tests accurately screen for intimate partner violence, including tests that consist of a health care provider asking three or four questions to a woman during an office visit. Moreover, randomized trials show that interventions -- including counseling, home visits, and referrals to community services -- reduce the physical and mental harms to women who are victims of partner violence.

The panel considered the potential harms of routine screening and interventions for women experiencing this type of abuse -- including causing women to feel stigmatized or distressed, or escalating the abuse -- but concluded that studies show that such harms are unlikely to come about.

The 2004 recommendation also applied to screening older adults or their caregivers for elder abuse. In today's statement, the panel said there was still insufficient evidence to assess the balance of benefits and harms of screening all elderly or vulnerable adults (physically or mentally dysfunctional) for abuse and neglect, so routine screening of that group is not being recommended.

The draft of their recommendation is now open for public comment, and will undergo further review before the panel votes on whether to approve it.
Main / 16 Felonies and 4 years is too long?
Jun 01, 2012, 08:34 AM
REALLY!?!? Not even 3 months per count she was convicted of and they want to cut it to less than 3 weeks per count!

Teacher convicted of sex with students asks for release from prison

By Denise G. Callahan, Staff Writer
Updated 7:25 AM Friday, June 1, 2012
LEBANON -- The Warren County teacher convicted of having sex with five students has asked a judge to let her out of prison early.

Attorney Charlie H. Rittgers filed a motion in Warren County Common Pleas Court Thursday asking for Stacy Schuler's release.

Schuler, 34, a former physical education teacher at Mason High School, was found guilty in October on 16 counts of sexual battery for supplying five students, most of them football players, with alcohol and having sex with them in her Springboro home in fall 2010.

Warren County Common Pleas Judge Robert Peeler, who said he didn't buy her insanity defense, sentenced Schuler to 48 months in prison, but said she would eligible for release after she served six months. Her six months were up on April 27, but Rittgers said he couldn't comment on why he didn't make a motion then.

Peeler at the sentencing said he believes Schuler suffers psychological and substance-abuse issues.

In his motion, Rittgers said Schuler has been a model prisoner at the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville. The former gym teacher and athletic trainer has been teaching yoga classes, tutoring inmates -- two of whom have received their GED -- and works with the cooks on providing more choices and offering more nutritious foods, according to her attorney.

He also included excerpts of letters written by 27 people on Schuler's behalf. All of them describe her as always putting others before herself, caring for the sick and above all her passion for teaching. Vance Reid, a Mason school district teacher, wrote his former colleague was one of the "most giving and caring teachers" he's ever worked with.

"Ms. Schuler had gone above and beyond the call of duty on a daily basis to ensure the best educational opportunity for her students," he wrote. "Ms. Schuler has lost the love of life, teaching."

That's part of reason Rittgers said he decided to seek her release now.

"I think that the fact that she's lost her ability to teach and that she has to register as a sex offender and bear the loss of teaching and humiliation of being a registered sex offender is severe enough punishment," he said.

Prosecutor David Fornshell said he will oppose early release.

"She was convicted of 16 felonies and I don't think serving from October to May is sufficient punishment given the offenses for what she was convicted," he said. "That's not even a school year."

Peeler said he could not comment on the case.

Contact this reporter at (513) 696-4525 or [email protected].
Now, let us compare how they treat their stars who are arrested for DV!
UFC ring girl Arianny Celeste was arrested over the weekend for domestic violence, TMZ reports.

The website for the Clark County Detention Center said Celeste was taken into custody at 7:30 am and held on $3,000 bond, before being release later that day.

READ: UFC ratings down.

UFC president Dana White told TMZ: "Arianny is our baby. She has been with us for over five years. She is a good girl and an amazing ambassador for UFC. I don't know all the details of what happened but we have her back and support her 100 percent."

Celeste is one of the UFC's most popular personalities, having also has modeled for Maxim, Sports Illustrated, Playboy, and Fight! (see the slideshow above).

"We're gonna be fair, but we could cut him," said UFC president Dana White regarding Tito Ortiz's incident and his future with the organization. "Other than going on a killing spree, being accused of domestic violence is the worst thing you can have going for you," White added.
We are seeign a LOT of cases like this lately here. Women shooting and stabing boyfriends, going to their houses after breaking up to kill them, killing elderly men and etc. Of course we still only see the local shelters write letters to the paper if it is a woman victim and how they need to pass the VAWA and people need to donate more to them. Also the usual from feminists who ignore all of this and tell us we need to do more to support abused women but men are too small of a minority of victims to worry about.

Staff Report

An 88-year-old man was severely beaten with a rifle Tuesday night by a woman police describe  as an acquaintance of the victim.

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of Maitland Avenue around 11:40 p.m. Tuesday on reports of a stabbing, but later discovered the report was false. When police arrived they found the victim with significant injuries to his head and face, said Sgt. Michael Pauley of the Dayton Police Department.

The man was taken to the hospital with what Sgt. Pauley described as severe, but not life-threatening injuries. Those injuries included multiple lacerations to the nose and face, Pauley said. The 88-year-old also appeared to have injuries to one of his eyes. He also had swelling to his forehead.

The woman who allegedly assaulted the victim was arrested and is being held on suspicion of felonious assault.  Neighbors and the victim called 911 for help following the reported attack.
Main / Mother's Day in prison
May 13, 2012, 09:29 AM
Aww, how sweet! Nice slide show showing these great mothers in prison unjustly! Of course on Fathers' Day we just do a "deadbeat dad" roundup instead since they shouldn't be near kids with their being criminals.

An annual Mother's Day event, Get On The Bus, brings children to visit their mothers in prison. Over half of the parents in state prison are more than 100 miles away from their children.
Main / Sexism in the workplace is good...
May 07, 2012, 02:38 PM
you know, all women workplaces, girl power, empowering them to espress their sexuality, encouraging girl nights out and the rest. But the males doing it is bad, yet again, as usual and we are just pigs who need to trip over our selves to apologize while making sure we cater to women in the work place.

In tech, some bemoan the rise of 'brogrammer' culture

(CNN) -- At one of the world's biggest gatherings of Web culture, a 28-year-old executive talks about landing a tech job by sending a CEO "bikini shots" from a "nudie calendar" he created.

On campus at Stanford University, a hot startup attracts recruits with a poster asking if they want to 'bro down and crush some code.'"

And the world's largest Internet registration company entices Web entrepreneurs with a Super Bowl ad in which two female celebrities paint its logo onto the body of an apparently naked model.

Forget what you think you know about the benignly geeky computer programmer who lives for the thrill of finding a single misplaced semicolon in thousands of lines of code.

And welcome to the world of the "brogrammer."

As tech startup culture increasingly enters the mainstream consciousness through movies like "The Social Network" or headlines about the latest 20-something to cash in a dorm-room idea for millions of dollars, the field is attracting a whole new host of personality types.

And some in the tech community complain that its anything-goes structure and sky's-the-limit earning potential has turned the environment at some companies into something akin to your worst stereotype of a booze-soaked frat party.

"There is always built into a lot of startups the mentality of the barbarians at the gate ... the disruptive nature that the startup ethos is supposed to be all about," said Tasneem Raja, the digital-interactive editor for Mother Jones magazine. "It's sort of lame that it's being expressed as kegs at the office and beer pong and, unfortunately, also sexism."

The term "brogrammer" (a mash-up of "programmer" and "bro," the stereotypical fraternity-house salute) has sprung up recently as a sarcastic take on this new breed of Silicon Valley (or New York, or Chicago, or wherever else techies assemble) computing entrepreneurs.

Witness a thread on Quora where members of the site satirically submit answers to the question, "How does a programmer become a brogrammer."

One answer:

"Lots of red meat, push-ups on one hand, while coding on the other, sunglasses at all times, a tan is important, popped collar is a must. It's important that you can squash anyone who might call you 'geek' or 'nerd' and that you can pick up girls, but also equally important that you know the "Star Wars" movies by heart, and understand programming ideas, like recursion and inheritance."

'A sexier industry'

The evolution of software has played a part in opening up the field to people who haven't necessarily devoted themselves to a computer science degree or spending years hunched over a keyboard.

"Ten years ago, it required somebody who was much more technical," said Steve Spurgat, the CEO of VYou, a New York-based social video site. "When you were writing
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, it was much less abstracted layers where it would take a much longer time to build something that would take a couple of days now."

Spurgat cites some positive effects of that trend, saying that creative types who maybe aren't as detail-oriented as early coders can now join in. But in the 10 years since he started working in startups, he's definitely noticed a culture shift.

"I will boldly say that tech is the new music. It's becoming a sexier industry," he said.

"Think about how much time people are spending with technology. Ten years ago, kids were going to hang out and listen to CDs in their bedrooms. Now they're going to hang out and play 'Words With Friends' and 'Draw Something' and be on Facebook."

But sometimes the growing allure of a tech career can manifest itself in ugly ways.

Raja wrote a piece for Mother Jones about her experience at South by Southwest Interactive when she attended a panel titled "Adding Value as a Non-Technical No Talent Ass-Clown."

During the talk, she wrote, Matt Van Horn, a 28-year-old executive at social-media site Path, talked about landing his first job, at web-aggregator site Digg, by sending editors "bikini shots" from a "nudie calendar" he'd created.

The South by Southwest Interactive festival in Austin, Texas, is a meeting of Web minds, but partying also plays a role.She continued, saying that he advised attendees to avoid what he called "gang-bang interviews" and compared the recruiting process to his college fraternity trying to "attract the hottest girls."

Raja and some others in attendance -- both men and women -- got up and left. After her article ran, she said she received more than 100 messages from tech professionals who said they'd had similar experiences.

"I've gotten e-mails from women in this space who say 'I see it. I'm really disheartened by it. It makes my job harder,' " she said.

For his part, Van Horn says he regrets having played a part in that perception.

"I just feel terrible about this whole thing," Van Horn told CNN Friday, noting that, flying in the face of the "brogrammer" stereotype, he's a married man (he live-streamed his proposal online). "I'm so sorry that I offended anyone."

He called his comments at South by Southwest "a bad attempt at humor and a poor choice of words during a talk, particularly when taken out of context."

"I don't think the words represent a true reflection of my true feelings and character," he said, adding that at the sometimes free-wheeling festival, he "was trying to have a provocative discussion about non-tech contributors making an impact on tech companies."

He added that the calendar he mentioned was, in fact, a college charity project to aid tsunami victims in Southeast Asia and featured both male and female models."

'Bro down and crush some code'

But it's not the only instance that critics cite of the "brogrammer" mentality.

Klout, an app that seeks to judge users' effectiveness on social-media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, has recruited programmers at Stanford University with a poster reading: "Want to bro down and crush some code? Klout is hiring."

That poster, which critics say sends the message that anyone that doesn't share a party-boy mentality need not apply, was "an unfortunate judgment call by a former Klout employee" when the company only employed 10 people, said spokeswoman Lynn Fox. It now employs 70 and 20% of them are women, according to Fox.

In March, daily deals aggregator Squoot advertised a Boston hackathon that promised (along with massages, access to a gym and "kick-ass cupcakes") this tidbit: "Need another beer? Let one of our friendly (female) event staff get that for you." The site has apologized.

And then there's GoDaddy, the web registrar that some call the godfather of the "brogrammer" mind-set.

Jennifer 8. Lee, a journalist and author who, among many projects, works with Web startup Upworthy, said the aforementioned Super Bowl ad, and others like it, show that a "brogrammer" mind-set can have consequences for the company involved.

"They called me the other day and said they just wanted to check in," said Lee (whose numerical middle initial invokes Chinese numerology and was intended to set apart her otherwise common name). "I said, 'Oh yeah, that reminds me ... I thought your Super Bowl ads were sexist and I want to change my registrar. Thanks for reminding me.'"

"We do have power," she added. "There are totally consequences."

The image of beer-swilling coders is a stereotype that far from describes the majority of men in tech startups, those in the industry say.

"There are plenty of people in this industry who ... came up because they were interested in tech and computer programming and maybe some of the more traditionally geekier aspects of this work," Raja said. "Now, I'm hearing people talk about being concerned about the number of quote-unquote 'idea people' flooding the field.

"For me, this is an industry that's really wrestling with how it defines its own professionalism."

Main / New Adam Sandler film...
May 02, 2012, 11:08 AM
A good article on it from Fox News and it was on the front page so will see a lot of views. I also wrote the writer of it and within a few hours they replied.

Instead of the article, here is the email traffic.

Dr. Ablow,

You have a great article but one important thing I see missed all the time is that every state where a boy who was molested and she became pregnant, the law has still required he still pay her child support. It is an important legal issue since we will allow a girl who is molested to terminate, adopt or several other options but could you picture if a judge required the mo0lester get custody and then she was forced to pay him child support for 18-21 years? Almost no one knows of or even believes this part of the law but it is well documented in every case where a male victim of rape, molesting and etc have tried to stop paying support to their abuser, they have failed with the courts siding with their abusers. In essence, they not only are abused but then pay for 2 decades for the privilege of being abused because they are males!

Just a point I never see in articles on the topic and I think should see some serious light shed on it so the public sees just how outrageous we treat male victims of sex crimes. You may also want to look at the recent case of the mother given life for raping her own infant. Previously she had been suspected of molesting a 16 year old autistic boy who fathered the infant but only a protection order was ever issued. If the matter had been taken seriously, an infant wouldn't have suffered horrific rape at the hands of her own mother and males her mother sought out.

Thank you,

Thank you for your comments! I will pass this on to Dr. Ablow.

All the best,

Jackie Hodges
Office of Keith Ablow, M.D.
BUT she has mental problems so should only have probation! After all, it isn't like she molested a 16 year old autistic boy to have the infant so she isn't a predator, right?

The Associated Press
Updated 11:49 AM Tuesday, May 1, 2012
CLAYTON, Mo. -- A judge sentenced a Missouri woman to consecutive life prison terms for sexually assaulting her infant daughter along with a California man she met online.

Attorneys for 22-year-old Tessa Vanvlerah, of Ballwin, failed to persuade St. Louis County Circuit Judge Colleen Dolan to sentence their client Monday only to probation, because they argue that a psychological disorder is largely to blame for her crimes, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported ( ).

Vanvlerah pleaded guilty in January to incest, statutory sodomy and statutory rape in the attacks against her daughter, who is 3 but who was 5 months old when the pair first attacked her. The woman who fostered and then adopted the girl said initially, the girl would scream when anyone bathed her or changed her diaper. She still has night terrors and asks at each bedtime to make sure nobody else comes into the home.

However, she said the girl is improving day by day and "is no longer Tessa's plaything and she is no longer Tessa's child."

Vanvlerah was arrested in 2010 following the arrest of 49-year-old Kenneth Kyle, a California State University East Bay professor, on child pornography charges. Along with hundreds of child porn images on Kyle's computers, investigators found information that led them to the St. Louis area, where Kyle had visited Vanvlerah four times in five months since meeting online. During those visits, prosecutors say the pair had sex with the girl and each other at various hotels.

Kyle pleaded guilty to a federal child sexual abuse charge and was sentenced in March to 37½ years in prison.

Forensic psychologist Dr. Brooke Kraushaar testified at Vanvlerah's sentencing hearing that Vanvlerah's dependent-personality disorder caused her to participate in Kyle's sexual fantasies, even though she knew sex acts involving the baby were wrong.

Kraushaar, who was hired by defense lawyers Brent Labovitz and Kevin Whiteley, described Vanvlerah as "a passive offender." She said Vanvlerah was so afraid of being rejected by others that she also allowed Kyle to choke, burn and urinate on her.

But assistant prosecutor Kathi Alizadeh disputed the diagnosis, pointing out that Vanvlerah exercised free will in electronic communications with another man. Vanvlerah carved her nickname for the man, "Lord Nikon," into her skin at his request, the prosecutor said, but drew the line at one of his suggestions involving bestiality.

Alizadeh said police learned that Vanvlerah and another man, from Avon, Mo., exchanged child porn and discussed plans for him to come to St. Louis to have sex with the infant, but it was never acted upon.

In 2008, when Vanvlerah was 18, a woman obtained a court order of protection against her, accusing her of seducing and having sex with the woman's 16-year-old autistic son. Alizadeh said it resulted in Vanvlerah's pregnancy.


Information from: St. Louis Post-Dispatch,

May 01, 2012 03:36 PM EDT

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Main / And in the news today....
Apr 30, 2012, 08:53 AM
First, notice a boy knocing up his teacher when he is only 13 is being made in to a comedy? Gee, does it include her getting only a month in jail and his being jailed for not paying her child support? I doubt it. Looks like no more watching his movies though they have gone down hill big time anyways. At least some people and even professionals are geting in this and are upset about it.

And the second is how she is being investigated, not arrested yet for getting revenge on the guy who dared dump her. She pulled out all his teeth screwing him for life but "may" face up to 3 years for it is all and still isn't arrested.