International Men’s Health Week 11th – 17th of June
Did you know about this??? It doesn’t seem to be much of a big deal. And men only get a week while women are getting a month just for breast cancer.
So what is happening in New Zealand for this extremely important event considering the statistics that men are in dire strait needs for health? Don’t ask on the streets because you are bound to get an earful from wives complaining about how their men are pushed off health lists continually. They don’t like the way their men who have supported their family financially for much of their lifetime are having to be put completely off waiting lists because the health services don’t care for them as they do for women. The health system would not dare allow a woman’s breast screening for cancer to go over a small time of weeks but our males in society can go for months before they get assistance. What’s that all about?
I have asked Specialist Doctors and read what Nutritionists say and GPs. They all seem to think that men don’t come in for illnesses soon enough. That they are prepared to tough it out. So they blame men for being ignorant. Excuse me, but if that is the case then any normal doctor would be putting men as crucial on lists. Why isn’t this happening?
But men in NZ are treated less than women. Their rights are of no value. And why? Because feminist believe that men ruled for 1000’s of years. Show me one guy on this planet who has ruled the world for thousands of years. Get over it feminists. This is selective crap. The people alive today, both male and female have every right to decent health care in this country.
Now, if you have a few spare minutes of your time to care about yourself or your man … but if not you or him then the elderly men that fought against the Japanese to take over your country or those that have busted their arses to build this great nation, please e-mail these people. And just copy what I write if you are busy.
Could you please put some time aside on your program for this very important “International Men’s Week” We do think males are important and we do think that it is relevant.
firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 09 916 7281
You most likely could do better so do so.
Can you write an article on this important International week being Men’s Health week. We do consider men important in this country.
Once again you could do better if you wish.
But we must be grateful for what mensline and stuff have written