Re: Finally, the Seneca Falls for Men's Rights!
- From: Michael Snyder <msnyder@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2010 16:17:49 -0800
MCP wrote:http://mensnewsdaily.com/2010/01/20/finally-the-seneca-falls-for-mens-rights/The problem with this that - even when research does favour a man's position - politicians just ignore it.
By Paul Elam
Imagine that one day you see, in all seriousness, an announcement regarding
the upstart of a male studies program at a major university that has been
developed to address, research and educate people on the effects of misandry
that is practiced against men and boys across the western world.
Now imagine that day is almost literally upon us.
I refer you to the banner at the far right of this page. In it's size, shape
and design, it isn't much different than a million other banners you have
seen on the internet. But when you click on it you will be taken to a page
for which the implications are nothing less than monumental.
As the banner says, "Heads Will Turn," and turn they will. Some, indeed,
will be spinning.
Consider for a moment the implications of what male studies programs, real
male studies programs, will mean. For as long as there have been women's
studies programs at major universities they have provided the research that
all of us have seen repeated constantly by the media, and for which
lawmakers have used to create legislation that has served a slanted agenda
in favor of women, often at the expense of men and boys.
Now consider the impact of scholarly opinion and research emanating from
academics organized with the purpose to further the unbiased and untainted
understanding of men and boys; organized to document the reality of misandry
in this culture and its ill effects on men, women and children.
Mark your calendar and remember the day, readers. You are witnessing no less
than the inception of the Seneca Falls Convention for men's rights. And it
is happening at Wagner College on Staten Island in New York.
One might think that some have been preparing for this in ways we might not
prefer. There has been a trend in recent years for women's studies programs
to rename themselves. Many are now, with little or no change in the content
of their courses, now calling themselves Gender Studies.
It is a measure, no doubt, to preempt male studies by asserting ownership of
all matters relating to gender, while essentially operating as a women's
But it's also just as clear that the male studies efforts promoted by OSI
(On Step Institute) won't be entering the arena wearing a fig leaf. Their
clear intent is the academic study of male life, from cradle to grave, and
in every aspect of existence "from their roles in family and the workforce,
as well as their physical and emotional health."
As an activist for men and boys I have never received a dime for anything I
have done. I don't take a salary here, and I don't even have a donation
button on my website. So I have no problem at all asking you to go to the
right and click on that banner, and take some plastic with you. Register for
the conference and watch it from the web. Or just make a donation.
Because while we cheer these good people on in their work, what they really
need is more money.
Please give. You have never had the opportunity before to see so much good
come from parting with some your hard earned money.
OSI will appreciate the assistance, and so will men and boys.
Paul Elam is the Editor-in-Chief for Men's News Daily and the publisher for
A Voice for Men
There has been plenty of evidence developed in the last thirty years that shows results incompatible with feminazi doctrine. It has been largely ignored.
Still can't hurt to have some academic standing established.
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