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Archive of September 2010

Getting things into perspective

Wed 29th September 2010:

An analysis of the New Zealand sex abuse industry’s witch-hunt against Professor Felicity Goodyear-Smith In June 2010 I wrote an article entitled Rape activism and the undermining of culture, which was published on the MENZ Issues website on 8th September last. I sought to demonstrate there, by documented examples, “where radical rape activism is at […]

The father must not criticise the mother

Sun 26th September 2010:

When familycaught personnel utter these words, they are really refusing to look at the parental competence of the mother. Although perhaps well meaning, for many cases where both parents are sufficiently competent in parental skills and mental health, their do-gooder approach completely fails to address the job entrusted to them by Parliament, for a significant […]

An unusual death row case?

Fri 24th September 2010:

Virginia is due to execute a woman, the first in the US state since 1912 and the first anywhere in the country for five years. But why is the execution of a woman such a significant event? Is Teresa Lewis an unusual death row case?

Smear Campaign against Dr Goodyear-Smith continues

Journalist Tim Hume must deserve an award for services to radical feminism. [Edit Aug 2013: Yep sure enough, the story was Highly Commended: best investigation, Canon Media Awards 2011.] His fabricated story in the SST at the end of August claiming that my wife, Professor Felicity Goodyear-Smith was contracted by ACC to advise on recent […]

The Head of the Medusa

Tue 21st September 2010:

Of course this is old news…to some…for the rest, it’s time to become aware…so we can kick some ass together…for our children (‘s children…) sake…because that is also part of our responsibility as fathers…

Free tickets for Pinocchio family live show

Southern Star Charitable Trust presents a “Kids In Show Seats” benefit in aid of ‘worthy charities’ and have kindly given Auckland Single Parent’s Trust free tickets to give out to separated families.

Exposure of Prostitution

Sun 12th September 2010:

This article entitled “Why Do (Some) Men Cheat?” seemed worth some comment. In the article, three prostitutes asked customers about their experience of and reasons for using their services. The title of the article was noteworthy to begin with. Putting the “some” in brackets served to imply that it may be not some but all […]

Sex Teacher Back in Class

A female principal has hired a female teacher who previously, when aged 23, “had an affair with” her 16yo pupil (and who had been teaching illegally without legitimate qualifications at the time). Feminists have long bemoaned the “old boys club” that they accused of showing favouritism to men. Of course, feminists would never do anything […]

Evidence that women are interested mainly in rich men

Sat 11th September 2010:

I came across this research done on a US dating site called OkCupid. Of particular interest was the graph with the title “How Many Messages a Man Gets, By Age & Income”. The authors sum up the situation: …if you’re a young guy and don’t make much money, cool. If you’re 23 or older and […]

Police claim earthquake increased domestic violence

Wed 8th September 2010:

This piece of propaganda today deserves mention. It’s typical of domestic violence claims: vague, unaccountable and misleading. Vague, because the article gives no indication of what the claimed “increase of 53% in family violence offences since Saturday morning” was based on, how this figure was measured, exactly what it was measuring, or what the number […]

Rape activism and the undermining of culture

It was Radio N.Z. news, with political correctness at its most blatant. On 23rd June 2010 Morning Report was covering a report by the Commission of Enquiry into police conduct, investigating the handling of the Louise Nicholas case and other matters. Of 47 recommendations in the report, so far only seven had been fully acted […]

Men are Heros

Tue 7th September 2010:

Hail men! Here’s one who put his life at risk to save his neighbour from a burning house. When such heroic rescues are made, it’s nearly always men who did them and from time to time the man gives his own life in the process.

Happy fathers’ day

Sun 5th September 2010:

Many of you who read this will be fathers and you will be spending some or all of fathers’ day with your children. This is a day to celebrate your role, a role that all too often is not only overlooked and underestimated, but undermined and maligned. This is a day for all of you […]

WHO-based Studies Extend Feminist Propaganda

Dr Janet Fanslow at University of Auckland’s medical school has again been given extensive publicity for ongoing findings in her study on violence against women in NZ, e.g. 1. “Ten per cent of pregnant women victims of violence” NZ Herald 13/08/2008 2. “We all need to be aware of how to protect our country’s young” […]

More Light Justice for Women

The MENZ site owner has suggested that new matters be contributed by way of new posts rather than being included as comments on historical posts. This for various reasons including that new posts include titles for search engines to find, and comments will only stay on the “new comments” list briefly so won’t be seen […]

Child Support Changes Announced

Thu 2nd September 2010:

I just caught a glimpse of the advance news summary on TV3. There was a shot of Peter Dunne taking a seat in front of microphones, a fat report in his hand and the commentary ‘the big plan for child support and how it affects you’ (or something like that). This could be the plan […]

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