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MAN: marginalised and neglected?

Filed under: General — JohnPotter @ 3:58 pm Mon 19th July 2004

I am producing a TVNZ documentary entitled “MAN: marginalised and neglected?” which explores masculism and some of the gender inequality in New Zealand.

I have gleamed a lot of information from your website and particularly enjoyed your own story about becoming the primary caregiver for your children and your ‘moderate’ (read: practical) views on masculism.

I need someone to represent a “moderate masculist” viewpoint and pro-father stance – ideally with some kind of profile within mens/father organistions).

Below are my contact details for anyone who might wish to contribute in any way.

I would love to hear from anyone who has passionate opinions, is knowledgable on gender inequality issues, and (obviously) is keen to appear on camera.

Thanks, Greg Stubbings



  1. Greg-

    Do you mean that your documentary will represent a moderate masculist point of view? If so why? And where do the people with ‘passionate opinions’ fit in?



    Comment by David Sheppard — Wed 8th September 2004 @ 2:24 pm

  2. Hi Greg

    I knew a man once

    Good luck for the doco

    Comment by Cleo Andreas — Thu 23rd September 2004 @ 11:36 pm

  3. Greg

    We knew a man once too…..


    Comment by Lisaanddee — Sun 12th June 2005 @ 7:27 pm

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