Wendy McElroy's Latest Books Strikes A Blow Against Rape Culture Hysteria

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By Men's E-News 07/05/2016

"Robert Franklin is a licensed attorney in Texas.  He’s a journalist who has published essays and op-eds in a wide variety of online and print media including the Toledo Blade, Houston Chronicle, Seattle Times and World Net Daily. He is the Former Executive Editor, of the Houston Law Review where his legal writing has appeared.  He is a ‘featured columnist’ and a member of the National Parents Organization, a national non-profit organization. Robert has published poetry in several journals including the Concho River Review and an anthology of Texas poets

Wendy McElroy’s latest book, Rape Culture Hysteria: Fixing the Damage Done to Men and Women should be required reading for anyone wanting to understand “rape culture,” the claim by radical feminists that Western culture encourages the sexual violation of women and girls. ..."

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People With Alzheimer's Share The Memories They Hope To Never Forget

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By A Plus 06/27/2016

" More than five million people in the United States are living with Alzheimer's disease, according to the Alzheimer's Association. They will experience symptoms that cause problems with their memory, thoughts, and behavior that get worse over time. Becoming forgetful can be incredibly hard on both the person living with Alzheimer's and their loved ones

In an effort to help bring awareness to the disorder, Cut Video interviewed people ages 49 to 75 who live with Alzheimer's. 

The interviewees were asked to share one of their first memories, but many of them had a hard time thinking of one. ..."

Read the entire article at: http://aplus.com/a/people-with-Alzheimers-share-memories-they-hope-to-always-remember

Police Hunt For 77-Year-Old Suspect In Family Feud Killing

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By CNN 06/29/2016

"For fugitives on the run, time is running out. Check out "The Hunt with John Walsh" Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT and #JoinTheHunt.

(CNN) Police blame a bloody family feud for the shooting death of a 39-year-old mother of two outside her upstate New York home. 

Four years after the attack, a hunt continues for the suspect: her 77-year-old father-in-law. 

    The story behind Tammy Palmer's death started innocently enough, with run-of-the-mill conflicts that many families deal with every day. Her marriage to John Palmer followed in the footsteps of her older sister Denise Pannirello, who had married John's older brother Clarence Palmer. ..."

    Read the entire article at: http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/28/us/the-hunt-john-walsh-eugene-palmer/index.html

    Men Also Suffer From Domestic Abuse

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    By Toronto Sun 06/24/2016

    "Domestic violence is the ugly reality in our midst. It can happen to anyone, and transcends all cultural and economic boundaries. Domestic abuse is considered the dirty little secret in many a household.

    And when we think of domestic violence, the female victim immediately comes to mind. It's hard to wrap our heads around men suffering the same traumas, yet research shows men suffer domestic violence, too. Acccording to the Canadian Women's Health Network, "there is ample evidence that both genders have capacity for violence...abusers and their victims come from all genders, races, classes, religions, and regions," and even same-sex relationships. ..."

    Read the entire article at: http://www.torontosun.com/2016/06/23/men-also-suffer-from-domestic-abuse#.V27EPcMjXMw.facebook

    Teen Checkups Should Include Suicide Risk Screening

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    By Fox News 06/27/2016

    "Suicide is among the leading causes of death in U.S. adolescents and while it's not entirely preventable, doctors can minimize the risk by asking the right questions during routine checkups, the American Academy of Pediatrics says. 

    Pediatricians should ask about mood disorders, use of drugs and alcohol, suicidal thoughts, bullying, sexual orientation and other risk factors for suicide as part of a routine conversation about medical history, the AAP notes in treatment guidelines released today. 

    About 1,750 teens ages 15 to 19 killed themselves in 2013, Dr. Benjamin Shain writes in the journal Pediatrics. ..."

    Read the entire article: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2016/06/27/teen-checkups-should-include-suicide-risk-screening.html

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