Thursday, November 25, 2004

What's Wrong with Woman....

L:istening to a newscast about the latest indignity that woman have to suffer in the war against terrorism: being physically patted down at the airport (and it is women who will have to 'suffer' through this, as guess who will eventually be getting 'felt up' by some big fat slob at the airport who probably hasn't had a girlfriend since grammer school) I was struck by the instigators of this latest excess: other women. Female terrorists who recently hid explosives under their clothes to help their 'brother' Islamic Fundamentalists achieve independence from Russia and thus complete control to impose, you guessed it, Islamic Fundamentalism on THEM...


Sadly enough, it appears that there are women out there in the world who will fight tooth and nail to perpetuate their own enslavement...

AND this is NOT limited to the Islamic World btw, but exists in Western Societies as well...

I realized this when I came across this list last night and realized how MANY women were aiding and abetting the most recent social engineering movement within our court system to displace women in their role as mothers...

It has been said that women appeared to have suffered the most from the disorientation which took place in our society when they were handed the freedom that feminism had won for us...

Perhaps they were right...

I will go more into this in the next post...


Women Who Have Helped the Men's and Fathers' Movement and Who Deserve Recognition

Note: This list is a work in progress. To nominate a candidate, click here.

(List is in alphabetical order)

Bettina Arndt, an Australian lawyer and writer who supports men and fathers

Ileana Basil, a founding director of the American Coalition for Fathers and Children (ACFC).

Fair-minded Canadian columnist Christie Blatchford of the National Post.

Julie M. Batson, co-founder of the organization "Georgians for Child Support Reform" and the PAC "Georgians for Family Law Reform."

Each organization works for the right of children to have both parents in their lives.

Connie Brauer who, along with her husband Vic Harris, founded the Canadian Civil Rights Action Group, which fights against Family Court abuses and for Shared Parenting.

Jan Brown, the Founder and Executive Director of the Battered Men's Helpline in Maine.

Beth Bruno, a fair-minded freelance writer and editor with more than 20 years of experience in mental health and education. Bruno is the author of "Are Dads Welcome in School?"

Julie Carpenter-Hubin, board member of the Columbus, Ohio chapter of Parents And Children for Equality (PACE), which has a program to remove barriers preventing non-custodial parents--mostly fathers--from being more involved in their children's schools.

Mary Cleary, the founder of AMEN (Abused Men) in Ireland. Cleary is committed to the fair and equal treatment of all victims of domestic abuse, without regard to gender.

Canadian Senator Anne Cools, a former shelter director and a pioneer of the battered women's movement who is now a passionate fathers' rights advocate.

Rene Denfeld, author of The New Victorians: A Young Woman's Challenge to the Old Feminist Order Carol Ensign, director of the Valley Oasis Shelter in Lancaster, California, one of the few domestic violence shelters in the country which accepts men. See "Nowhere to Go: Why Does LA County Refuse to Help Male Victims of Domestic Violence?"

Activist Kim Eyer of "The Cop and the Survivor: A Collaborative Effort on Domestic Violence," who has fought to bring attention to male victims of domestic violence.

Carolyn Flores, an advocate for the victims of false accusations of rape, including her own husband, who was convicted without evidence.

Virginia Forton, Executive Director of Moms for Dads, the nonprofit group which, along with Dads of Michigan, is sponsoring Shared Parenting Legislation.

Stephanie Frostic, the founder of Paternity By Choice and an advocate of family planning rights for men.

Fair-minded journalist Marilyn Gardner of the Christian Science Monitor.

Lyndze Gladney, creator of the "Moms for Dads' Rights" club on Yahoo.

Writer Sheridan Hill, author of In Defense of Men.

Susan Horwitz, MSW, a highly respected psychologist working with the Children and Families Behavior Health Clinic at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester NY. She is responsible for having recently conducted an intensive study on the involvement of fathers in the lives of their children. She has validated the Family Court complaints of thousands of men in Monroe County. German author and political activist Karin Jaeckel who first publicized in Germany issues like the disenfranchisement of divorced dads and domestic violence by female perpetrators.

Joan Kelly, Ph.D., a painstaking researcher and evaluator of research who has written for almost three decades of the importance of fathers in the lives of their children.

Kate Kennedy of the Independent Women's Forum and

Madhu Kishwar, founder and editor of the journal Manushi (the Woman) in India. Works for women's rights but has spoken up against misuse of laws by women.

Fair-minded Canadian columnist Donna Laframboise.

Author and ‘60s feminist icon Doris Lessing, who says that in modern culture men are "continually demeaned and insulted by women without a whimper of protest" and that it's time they stood up for themselves.

Australian Anne Lewis, a former victim of domestic violence who has advocated for male victims of domestic violence. She is the author of An Enquiry Into The Adult Male Experience of Heterosexual Abuse.

Kathryn Jean Lopez, executive editor of the National Review, who defended men and attacked feminist falsehoods in "Women Who Lie-- The empress with no clothes: women's studies".

Jayne Major, PhD, a divorce, child custody, PAS and parenting consultant, provides services for fathers to help them adjust to separation and divorce and to remain a significant part of their children's lives. She is the Executive Director of Breakthrough Parenting Services in Los Angeles.

Winnipeg community activist Louise Malenfant, who has been an advocate for men falsely accused of child sexual abuse during divorce proceedings.

Domestic violence researcher Coramae Richey Mann, for her courage to tell unpopular truths about men, women, and domestic violence. See "Domestic Violence: A Two-Way Street".

Melanie Mays, a member of Child's Best Interest, the nonprofit group which sponsored the Tennessee Shared Parenting Bill. See "Tennessee Shared Parenting Bill Could Help Children, Reduce Divorce".

Author and columnist Wendy McElroy, founder of Individualist Feminists

Canadian journalist Candis McLean, who treats men's and fathers' concerns seriously and portrays men fairly.

Canadian Ilana Mercer, fair-minded regular columnist with World Net Daily.

Lady Catherine Meyer, wife of the British Ambassador to the US. Meyer, a victim of an international parental kidnapping, works with the Children's Rights Council and other organizations to help promote every child's right to access to both parents.

Anne Mitchell, founder of the Fathers Rights and Equality Exchange (F.R.E.E).

Nev Moore and Heidi Palanza of Members of Justice for Families, which has fought Child Protective Serices on behalf of falsely accused parents.

Sandra Orozco of Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE), an advocate for both female and male domestic violence victims.

Patricia Overberg former director of the Valley Oasis Shelter in Lancaster, California, who courageously changed shelter policy in order to accept male domestic violence victims in the late 1980s.

See "Nowhere to Go: Why Does LA County Refuse to Help Male Victims of Domestic Violence?"

Camille Paglia, author and cultural observer.

Fair-minded columnist Kathleen Parker, who wrote "Were mothers routinely robbed of their children, barred from their homes and jailed for failing to pay extortionate sums, we would see blood in the streets".

Former Women's Studies professor Daphne Patai, author of Professing Feminism and Heterophobia.

Jocelyn Payne of Women Against Male-Bashing (W.O.M.B.).

Crime journalist Patricia Pearson, author of When She Was Bad: Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence.

British Author and journalist Melanie Phillips who has written in defense of male victims of domestic violence and against the feminist "women aren't violent" myth.

Paternity fraud activist Raegan Phillips, founder of Women Against Paternity Fraud.

Author/activist Erin Pizzey, who set up the first battered women's shelter ever in England in 1971 and now advocates for abused men.

Sue Price, a caring, dedicated, hard-working Australian Men's and fathers' activist.

Sociology professor Claire Renzetti, author of Violent Betrayal: Partner Abuse in Lesbian Relationships, for her courage to tell unpopular truths about men, women, and domestic violence. See "Domestic Violence: A Two-Way Street"

Katie Roiphe author of The Morning After: Sex, Fear, and Feminism on Campus.

Trudy Schuett, publisher of the Desert Light Journal, who has been denounced by feminists as a "fathers' rights whore".

Kimberly Schuld, director of the Independent Women's Forum's Title IX Play Fair! Project. See "Title IX Lawsuits are Endangering Men's College Sports".

Washington attorney Lisa Scott, who has advocated for male victims of domestic violence and against pro-female bias in the judicial system. She is the founder of Taking Action against Bias in the System (TABS).

Reverend Bunny Sewell, co-director of Family Resources and Research in Naples, FL , who has counseled and advocated for male victims of domestic violence.

Tracey Sisco of Moms for Dad's Rights, a paralegal who specializes in getting dads custody of their children after lawyers have given up.

Lisa Smith of U.S. Citizens Against Paternity Fraud (US-CAPF). Lisa has helped counsel paternity fraud victims nationwide.

Megan Smith, the Director of Project Development for the Men's Health Network in Washington, DC. See "Men's ‘Silent Health Crisis' Cries Out for Men's Health Act".

Eeva Sodhi, who has been instrumental in getting Statistics Canada to eliminate much of its anti-male bias in reporting domestic violence statistics.

Domestic Violence researcher Reena Sommer, Ph.D., author of How Stats Canada Distorted the Public Perception of Domestic Violence in Canada.

Christina Hoff Sommers, author of Who Stole Feminism?

The War Against Boys Domestic violence researcher Susan Steinmetz for her courage to tell unpopular truths about men, women, and domestic violence.

See "Domestic Violence: A Two-Way Street" Ivy Stewart of the Independent Women's Forum.

Christine Stolba of the Independent Women's Forum, author of Lying in a Room of One's Own: How Women's Studies Textbooks Miseducate Students.

Ann Swango, a child advocate, a member of the Children's Rights Council in Washington DC, and the director of PACE of Kentucky. Swango has worked to set fair and realistic child support obligations.

Dianna Thompson is a founder and the executive director of the American Coalition for Fathers and Children (ACFC). She is the leader of America's "second-wives" movement and is the founder of the Second Wives Crusade (SWC).

Deborah Watkins, former President of the Tarrant County (Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas) Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and now the president of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Chapter of the National Coalition of Free Men (NCFM).

Cathy Young, author of Ceasefire: , Why Women and Men Must Join Forces to Achieve Equality.

Katherine K. Young, co-author of Spreading Misandry: The Teaching of Contempt for Men in Popular Culture, a painstaking expose of how men are portrayed negatively in movies and television The many female opinion page editors who have had the courage to swim against the stream and publish my pro-male, pro-father opinion columns.


Bert Kerkhof said...

Please don't forget the many female opinion page editors who have had the courage to swim against the stream and publish pro-male, pro-father opinion columns.

NYMOM said...

I never forget those women, don't worry about it...

Just as militant Islam has female terrorists that assist them; so too I'm sure they have female mouthpieces that parrot the 'party line' just like we have here...