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Why Women’s Issues Are Men’s Issues Too

scolaction Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 11:51 AM
Denunciation as debate: VAWA programs and legalities avoid scrutiny Seldom has a national dialogue on a critical bill been so flawed, so misinformed, so dominated by base allegations toward viewing its issues with any objectivity, as the recent display of rubber-stamp democracy attending the re-authorizing of the Violence Against Women Act, and its national complex of grants recipients. As a governmental system, the topics of oversight, compliance and effect across these thousands of programs are enormous, with case history and court rulings going back nearly two decades. The need for careful analysis of an undertaking this massive is historically obvious, with a view toward understanding the true performance of functioning initiatives
Demosthenes5 Wrote: Mar 18, 2013 1:30 PM
Notice how one of TH's many resident female chauvinists waxes poetic about the anti-female "sexism" of Obamacare but mentions nothing about the toxic sexism of VAWA, e.g., the toxic anti-male sexism that fueled the "DUKE-3" incident.

President Obama and Sandra Fluke both callthemselves lawyers and “reproductive rights activists” without giving you any indication that they understand the Constitution or basic biology.

I’m not a lawyer, but I understand the Constitution. I’m not a reproductive rights activist, but Iaced Biology 101. So I can tell you that Sandra and Barack are wrong when they classify women in combat and contraception as “women’s issues.”

Military combat and contraception coverage are not women’s issues. They are freedom issues and freedom is just as important to men as it is to women.

Liberals love dismissing “freedom issues” as “women’s...