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Men on Abortion?

April 29, 2014
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Men on Abortion?

Should men have a say when it comes to abortion? Absolutely.  Women have too much power when it comes to sex and reproduction, at least here in the United States. Women have many more choices of birth control than men. They have abstinence, outercourse, abortion, combination pill, the progestin pill, extended cycle pill, sponge, birth control shot, cervical cap, IUD, female condom, vaginal ring, diaphragm, the patch, implant, the Plan B: emergency contraception, and spermicide as well as permanent sterilization via tubal ligation or hysterectomy. According to Planned Parenthood, men have five options for birth control: abstinence, condoms, outercourse, vasectomy, and withdrawal.  Women, hands down, have more power simply by having almost four times the choices for the prevention of conception. “Once she accepts the man’s sperm and it fertilizes her egg, she loses her right to decide on her own. She has now entered into a contractual business...
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Does DePaul University need a Mens Center?

March 11, 2014
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Does DePaul University need a Mens Center?

By: Rebecca Koraline Medina DePaul University In order to understand discrimination and/or neglect against men in today’s society, it is important to understand where it has come from. It is not impossible or unfair to suggest that discrimination against men is rooted in the advances and activism of women’s rights. In other words, the advances of women have come at the cost of men. Since the early 1850s, there has been a movement growing for women and women’s rights. These movements have grown into collections of movements, theories, and organizations such as feminism, National Organization for Women, National Council of Women’s Organizations, Planned Parent Hood, American Equal Rights Association, etc.      All of these organizations have grown over the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, all the while overwhelming, overpowering, overshadowing, overriding, and almost completely forgetting men’s rights. There are little to no resources available for men anywhere in the nation,...
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OBAMA: MONTANA RAPE CULTURES TO GO NATIONWIDE!

January 28, 2014
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  Recently, President Obama issued a “Renewed Call To Action To End Rape And Sexual Assault”, praising his efforts such as; “revised definitions of rape”, his reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), and the Department of Education working with Vice President Biden to help schools “understand their obligations”. This has manifest itself in Montana as the DOE’s “Dear Colleague” letter converting the “safest campus in the nation” to the “rape capital” within a matter of months by removing the presumption of innocence for those accused while lowering the evidentiary standard. These actions effectively created a “rape culture” using “rape hysteria” to alarm the public as occurrences of sexual assault skyrocketed under the new standards. The Department of Justice then entered to investigate the sudden surge in civil rights violations and, finding substantial evidence to substantiate the claims, issued a “blueprint” to be applied to campuses nationwide. This “blueprint”...
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A Tale of Two Montanas: The Department of Education’s Title IX Enforcement Hypocrisy

October 9, 2013
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A Tale of Two Montanas: The Department of Education’s Title IX Enforcement Hypocrisy

NCFM NOTE: This is an important article and should be read by anyone involved with our institutions of higher learning, especially parents of students… Huff Post College 09/30/2013 By Stephen Henrick, Attorney The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (“OCR”) is the federal agency responsible for enforcing Title IX, a law that requires disciplinary processes for sexual assault on college campuses to be equitable and impartial. By definition, “equitable” means fair to both parties; depending on the biases of a particular campus officer, both alleged survivors of sexual violence (whom OCR terms “complainants”) and alleged perpetrators risk abuse and miscarriages of justice. Yet as a recent Title IX settlement with the University of Montana demonstrates, the Department does not care about university mistreatment of accused students. OCR only requires universities to treat complainants properly, even when an institution has a documented record of violating both complainant and...
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Double Secret Probation, Guilt by Association, and no Men’s Center

October 3, 2013
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Double Secret Probation, Guilt by Association, and no Men’s Center

Double Secret Probation, Guilt by Association, and no Men’s Center October 3, 2013 By christhompson Dr. Matt Caires became the Dean of Students at Montana State University in 2011, proclaiming to be different than “suits” like Dean Wormer of Animal House notoriety, stating “Double secret probation” is not his style. That same year, when I was completing my undergraduate degree, I met with Dr. Caires to discuss a situation involving a woman who falsely reported a sexual assault on campus. Both of us agreed that awareness programs are essential in helping reduce incidents of sexual assault. Dr. Caires was especially interested in stopping sexual assaults in fraternities.  He thought there was rape crisis developing at the University of Montana. However, there is no “rape crisis” at MSU or any other university.  A crisis implies an epidemic. Such an implication is not supported by anything other than feminized ideological drivel....
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More injustice heaped on our college campuses, allegations of sexual assault sufficient to brand more innocent young men

October 1, 2013
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More injustice heaped on our college campuses, allegations of sexual assault sufficient to brand more innocent young men

Bozeman Daily Chronicle Editorial: MSU’s response to sexual assault allegations just and necessary Read more at: http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/opinions/editorials/article_cfdeab8a-29df-11e3-9881-001a4bcf887a.html The allegations of rape at two Montana State University fraternities recently are very disturbing. But the response from MSU officials has been appropriate – in terms of both action and urgency. MSU Dean of Students Matt Caires immediately suspended the two fraternities in question and banned them from partying and tailgating. And he established a regular Monday morning meeting with all fraternity presidents to discuss events of the previous weekend Caires has been criticized for punishing the entire memberships of the two fraternities for the bad behavior of few members. But the severity of the allegations justified his actions, and he is to be commended for acting swiftly and decisively. Just days after two female students reported they were assaulted at fraternity houses, Caires attended an annual Interfraternity Council meeting and delivered...
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