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Quote from: "whome112"

Unfortunately, powerful but misguided domestic violence organizations have used their influence to squeeze out psychotherapeutic treatments and instead preserve Duluth-oriented methods.  Some states even have statutes barring funding for non-Duluth programs such as: communication enhancement or anger management techniques; techniques which identify poor impulse control as the primary cause of the violence; or individual, couples, marriage, or family therapy.


Just as law enforcement doesn't want crime to go away, or divorce lawyers want divorce to go away, these people don't want DV to go away; they'd be out of work.

Q: What model is used for female batterers? Are they part of the Patriarchy?


How do legislators get anything done with knees a twichin'?

A Texas Legislator sponsored a proclamation praising one Albert Desalvo for his life's work. The resolution stated that ``this compassionate gentleman's dedication and devotion to his work has enabled the weak and the lonely throughout the nation to achieve and maintain a new degree of concern for their future. He has been officially recognized by the state of Massachusetts for his noted activities and unconventional techniques involving population control and applied psychology.''.
The legislators passed the proclamation and a copy was sent to Mr. DeSalvo, in prison, for assisting 11 young women to their graves. Mr. DeSalvo was also known as the Boston Strangler. The Proclamation's sponsor said his intent was to prove that legislators did not read legislation they passed. This story seems to be posted on the internet as a myth or legend, but I heard it on Paul Harvey this week

Did congress read VAWA, or the thousands page thick NAFTA? I think not. I think we pay these clowns to go to fancy dinner parties and to sit around collectng atta-boys.

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Quote from: "Quentin0352"
Hmmm, I wonder, if a bunch of men got together and filed a federal lawsuit declaring it unconstitutional, would they even accept the case? Heck, might be worth a try. It sure would get a-tte-ntion ASAP with the media and maybe expose some of the problems.


Men filing lawsuits doesn't do well in the media; see the recent actions by fathers and their federal suits against the states; they were basically laughed out of court and received no national media attention.
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Main / Breasts not bombs
Nov 08, 2005, 06:59 PM
How many of these bare breasted ladies do you think would be first to sue because of a nude calender in the workplace?
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Main / Re: Jarhead
Nov 08, 2005, 08:26 AM
Quote from: "zarby"
The movie Jarhead paints a distinctly unflattering picture of women. These men went to war. Nearly all their girlfriends and wives were not faithful. They had a board where they posted the pictures of the girlfriends and wives as they got new boyfriends. One wife even had the bad taste to send a tape labeled "Deerhunter." Her husband put it in the machine with all his buddies present so they could enjoy the movie with him. The tape actually had his wife screwing the neighbor. At the end of the tape the wife gets up close to the camera and shoots the finger at her husband with an ugly look and says something like "look who's cheating now." This movie is set in the first Gulf War. Some truth is working its way into the movies. I have to think this movie was written by someone who had been there and there are elements of truth in the movie. Men have always fought to protect their homes and women. There may be a large abstraction, but in the bottom line I think this is the most common motivation. Even men without a women, fight for the right to have a home and a woman in the future. I can't help but feel that men will stop fighting to defend their country at some point in view of present day realities. A man has no rights to a home and a woman -- just obligations. His woman and home (and children) disappear in a heart beat -- his obligations remain.  It is entirely irrelevant whether he is at fault. In fact, he can be in the middle of the desert defending his country. It doesn't matter.


That's been my position for years. What man in his right mind would want to fight in a war for a feminist, man-hating America? The ONLY reason they don't hold a draft now is that too many young men will speak up and wonder why their equals are not also required to sacrifice life, limb, and liberty for the American way. Why are feminists not congregating in DC to berate the gov't for not treating them as equals in Selective Service?
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Main / Where Have all the Men Gone?
Nov 08, 2005, 07:39 AM
Quote from: "woof"
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http://www.suntimes.com/output/news/cst-nws-molest01.html

Fitzroy Barnaby said he had to swerve to avoid hitting the 14-year-old Des Plaines girl who walked in front of his car.

She said he yelled, "Come here, little girl," before getting out of his car and grabbing her by the arm.

He said he simply lectured her.

She said she broke free and ran, fearful of what he'd do next.

In a Thursday ruling, the Appellate Court of Illinois said the 28-year-old Evanston man must register as a sex offender.

While acknowledging it might be "unfair for [Barnaby] to suffer the stigmatization of being labeled a sex offender when his crime was not sexually motivated," the court said his actions are the type that are "often a precursor" to a child being abducted or molested.


It's no mystery why men don't want to be near other peoples children, they have been stereotyped into being child molesters.


This makes me absolutely pissed off! I hadn't heard this. It's long been past the time to take some judges out back and shake the living crap out of them. I would start with the judges on this appeals court. Talk about a knee-jerk reaction to a public problem!

Eventually society is going to require all men to wear ankle bracelets and call the local authorities to get permission to leave the house.

This just f**ked up my day!
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I don't read the local paper. Don't watch the leftist channels, and recently blocked FOX from my remote due to the superglue incident. Sweetheart is wondering why fox won't come on anymore. My news now comes from the internet and Glenn Sacks, until Men's Issues get as much attention as the weepy feminists in the High Media.
Have you seen the crap that passes as representing fatherhood on tv?
Homer Simpson
Family guy
The War at Home
American DAD
All FOX pablum.
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Main / Prostitution is AOK
Nov 08, 2005, 05:59 AM
Feminists claim that single motherhood is ok because a woman isn't ready to commit to a partner; I say prostitution is ok because a man isn't ready to commit to a partner. Goose and gander.
Sex is a commodity in this country, look at our movies, magazines, advertising. Sex sells, why shouldn't it be sold?
The only problem I have in with prostitution in this country, excluding Nevada, is that men who want this lifestyle are forced to associate with hookers who won't take care of themselves.
All MRA should see prostitution as a lifestyle choice, for the men and women who participate.
When you consider what kids are being brainwashed with in school these days, prostitution is not so terrible.
As a single father I had an eight year "dry spell" where I concentrated on raising the kid and work, no time to search for romance. I met with hookers probably 5 times in those 8 years. Several were very warm, intimate people. Most were dirtbags and it's these women that influence society's view of prostitution.
I believe the main reason prostitution is illegal is that it is MEN that benefit most from the transaction.
BTW, I've been in a great relationship for 15 years and have no need for hookers. I have always prefered romance. As a humanist, I feel for those men that can't find a decent relationship, or those that just aren't ready for a relationship.
Prostitution is AOK, and should be cleaned up for safety's sake.