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Day Laborer Forced To Have Sex At Gunpoint

April 17th, 2019
By Matt
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Posted in MensActivism.org

Article here. "That never happens!" Yep. Excerpt:

'An Arizona couple is charged with luring a day laborer to their Phoenix home and forcing the man to have sex at gunpoint with the female suspect, an assault that the male suspect described as a “sexual fantasy scenario,” according to a criminal complaint.

According to investigators, the victim was picked up last Monday outside a Home Depot by Brenda Acuna-Aguero, 39, who said that she needed help moving items at her home.

The victim told cops that when he reached the residence, Acuna-Aguero “began to talk sexual to him” and said it “was her fantasy to have sex with a laborer and that she wanted to have sex with him.”

When the man declined to have sex, Acuna-Aguero’s husband Jorge Murrieta-Valenzuela, 45, entered the room carrying a rifle. Murrieta-Valenzuela, cops charge, placed the firearm against the victim’s chest and told him “that he was going to have sex with his wife or he would shoot him.”'

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California mom, 41, will avoid jail for having sex with both of her teenage daughters’ boyfriends

April 16th, 2019
By Mastodon
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Posted in MensActivism.org

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'A California mom who had sex with both of her teenage daughters' boyfriends after plying them with alcohol and cigars will avoid a jail term.

Coral Lytle, 41, seduced both boys, aged 14 and 15, in the fall of 2017, driving the 15 miles from Tulare to Visalia for the illicit liaisons.

One of the victims said they had sex with the predator three times, the last time on October 5, 2017, but stopped the sordid meetings because of his guilt towards Lytle's husband.

Lytle was initially charged with 21 felony sex counts and faced a lengthy suspended prison sentence.

However, after reviewing her probation report, a judge said he did not believe the indicated a six-year suspended prison term with five years on probation was appropriate.'

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Court rules divorced woman can use fertilized embryos against father’s wishes

April 16th, 2019
By Mastodon
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Posted in MensActivism.org

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'A divorced woman is entitled to implant some fertilized embryos created before she was married despite the objections of her former husband, the state Court of Appeals has ruled.

In a split decision, the majority acknowledged that the contract Ruby Torres and John Terrell signed with the clinic doing the in-vitro fertilization spells out in the event of separation of divorce the embryos could be used solely with the “express, written consent” of both parties.

Now, Torres who was undergoing chemotherapy at the time, wants to implant the embryos if and when she remarries. Terrell, who does not consent, got a trial judge to rule that she can’t do that.

But appellate Judge Jennifer Campbell, writing for the majority, said that, on balancing the interests of both parties, Torres is entitled to do with the eggs what she wants. And Campbell said it is irrelevant that if Torres gets the embryos, Terrell could be legally responsible for child support.'

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In Trump Criticism, Michelle Obama Slams Divorced Fathers

April 16th, 2019
By Mastodon
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Posted in MensActivism.org

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'During a press tour event in London to promote her new memoir, “Becoming,” former First Lady Michelle Obama took a swipe at President Donald Trump that also maligned fathers who have gotten divorced.
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Obama’s slam on Trump was designed to convey her belief that the country is not being well-tended to. But unquestionably the remark is an unfair swipe at fathers who undergo a divorce and remain committed, attentive, and nurturing parents.'

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Michelle Obama: America under Trump like ‘living with a divorced dad’ for the weekend

April 16th, 2019
By Mastodon
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'Former first lady Michelle Obama compared life in America under President Trump to living with a “divorced dad,” according to The Independent.

“For anyone who had any problems with Barack Obama, let’s just think about what we were troubled by – there were never any indictments,” she said during an interview with late-night host Stephen Colbert in London while promoting her memoir “Becoming,” according to the publication.
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“We come from a broken family, we are a little unsettled,” Obama said. “Sometimes you spend the weekend with divorced dad. That feels like fun but then you get sick. That is what America is going through. We are living with divorced dad.”'

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Australia: Push to block companies with no female directors from an IPO

April 15th, 2019
By Minuteman
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'There is a new push to ensure that companies looking to join the ASX {Australian Stock Exchange} have women on their boards before they list.

The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD)-led “30 per cent Club” is establishing a group with representation from investment bank and private equity companies, specifically those who advise on IPOs, that will look at a range of initiatives but ensure no companies going through an IPO list without female directors.
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“We will connect them with executive search consultants and female directors so they have a pool of talented directors they can approach for board roles and we will work with them on promoting the companies that are listing to female directors.”
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Flexible working the key to more women
A new study undertaken by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and AVID Property Group has shown just how valuable offering flexible work arrangements can be to attracting more women to management roles.
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Other initiatives
The AICD is launching its 6th Chair’s Mentoring Program in August.

The program is AICD’s flagship board diversity initiative aimed at arming highly-experienced and qualified women with the right tools to become directors.'

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College Democrats faces criticism over its new executive board

April 15th, 2019
By Mastodon
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'A few social media users pointed out that the new leadership team of the student organization is comprised of an all-female, all-white team and criticized the appearance of a lack of ethnic and gender diversity within the group. Those criticisms led OUCD president-elect Meah McCallister to publish a response on Twitter addressing the issue.

“The reason why people are angry is because men are not included, but if the executive board was comprised of entirely white men, those people would not be making the same comments,” McCallister said. “Privilege shouts for privilege when privilege is left out.”
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McCallister said all of the new executive board, including herself, were the only candidates to run for the positions, making the races uncontested and that is rare for the group.'

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Think Progress Supports Sex Discrimination in Hiring — As Long as It’s Against White Men

April 15th, 2019
By Mastodon
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'Think Progress took advantage of Final Four weekend – the peak of the college basketball season – to write a story that advocates job discrimination.

But it’s OK because the people it calls for discriminating against are white men.

“Muffet McGraw is done hiring men,” reads the headline on Lindsay Gibbs’ story. “Women need the opportunity. They deserve the opportunity,” reads the subhead.

The story focuses on McGraw, the women’s basketball coach at Notre Dame since 1987, and the decision she made to discriminate against men.'

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Joe Mathews: Gender parity in elected office should be a legal requirement

April 15th, 2019
By Mastodon
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'South Pasadena’s new mayor recently appointed 18 people to voluntary local commissions in the San Gabriel Valley city.

Routine? Yes, except for one thing. All 18 appointees were women.

Mayor Marina Khubesrian’s appointments were a small-town stroke for gender parity. Before the appointments, about one-third of all commission appointees in South Pasadena were women; after, more than half of all commissioners were women, just like the population of the city itself.

But the move inspired critical media coverage and public grievance from men claiming discrimination. The mayor later added three men to her list of appointees.'

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California has a new law: No more all-male boards

April 14th, 2019
By Matt
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Posted in MensActivism.org

Article here. Excerpt:

'Companies headquartered in California can no longer have all-male boards.

That's according to a new law, enacted Sunday, which requires publicly traded firms in the state to place at least one woman on their board of directors by the end of 2019 — or face a penalty.
It also requires companies with five directors to add two women by the end of 2021, and companies with six or more directors to add at least three more women by the end of the same year.
It's the first such law on the books in the United States, though similar measures are common in European countries.'

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