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MoMA Video Clips

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 1:13 pm Sun 23rd October 2016

By way of contribution to the male side of gender issues, we have published our first few video clips on YouTube. They are about a major issue for men, suicide. We have commenced with increasing insight into the problem and providing helpful advice, and will soon progress to consider the scandalous political and media treatment of this matter.

Please spread links widely to this video series.

MoMA Suicide 1

MoMA Suicide 2

MoMA Suicide 3

2 Responses to “MoMA Video Clips”

  1. voices back from the bush says:

    Hi Hans, great to see your tackling the hardest men’s issue first.

    Constructive critisism is the intent of my comments!

    1st clip- You present well Hanz, clean shaven and sharp.

    But Then just a mans mouth silohette is visable while he poars out his pain in an unrecognisabe digitally destorted-alien voice- I found fairly unwatchable and unlistenable.
    If the intention is to encourage men to allow themselves to be open an honest about thier depression and problems and come forward with thier feelings wouldnt it be better to feature a man who is not desperate to hide his identity?

    I found the starwars style word scrolling to be unnessesary in getting the points across. You speak clearly enough.

    The interviewers questions during Kerry’s piece sounds terribly monotone and makes the production seem like an interview for a council job.
    Also when dealing with such an issue of suicide, is is wise to feature Kerry with a cabinet full of piss behind him and an opened bottle the other side of him?
    The content was quite good tho.
    I thought excersise might’ve been mentioned as helpful to keep depression at bay also.
    This is early for MoMa productions of course, I’d love to see future clips presented in a more relaxed candid style.
    Perhaps a bit like (was it) Mcphail and Gatsby, just a couple of bloke’s sharing thoughts accross a table.
    Im a staunch supporter but i’m feeling depressed after watching it.

  2. Ministry of Men's Affairs says:

    Thanks for the feedback ‘voices’. We appreciate the suggestions.

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