Hello, I'm Raymond Cuttill. I live in Bracknell, England; about 30 miles west of London. I became interested in men's rights around '97 partly from when I was unemployed and began watching a lot of daytime TV talk shows which I liked but then I began noticing the anti-male bias often coming to the fore. I looked around for the men's movement which I'd heard of. Finding James Bond is easier. I started the Men's Hour (menshour.com
and the blog at men.typepad.com
) in 2001 as an online men's media to counteract the women's media everywhere. It is named after the BBC's woman's hour that has been broadcast weekdays for 58 years, but the BBC does not feel a men's hour is needed. I started cyberManbooks.com
in 2002, originally with Trudy Schuett, to create a pro-men publisher. As a supporter of non-violent direct action, such as Fathers 4 Justice type protests I am hoping for great things in the near future.