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MEDIA ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE University of Calgary “Men’s Rights” Film Screening Will Feature Dialogue Between Feminists and MRAs CALGARY, AB — (March 7, 2017) – The Canadian Association for Equality, a national educational charity working to integrate boys and men into the cause of gender equality, will turn its upcoming screening of The
Book Review: “Wrongful Allegations of Sexual and Child Abuse” by Clary Jaxon, CAFE Volunteer and Advocate for men wrongly accused and wrongly convicted of sex crimes January, 14, 2017 In a bewildering time where the social mantras ‘believing all survivors’ and ‘women (and children) never lie about being sexually abused’ have taken hold of the
MEN’S MENTAL HEALTH: A SILENT CRISIS Featuring McGill Psychiatrist Dr. Robert Whitley and his team making the case for a men’s health support group at Ryerson University. “Take it like a man” is not good enough. Men account for over 75% of suicides. Yet men under-utilize mental health services and sometimes engage
A huge congratulations to the entire CAFE Montreal team on their landmark event for men’s issues awareness Saturday night. The screening of The Red Pill film was extremely well received by the audience of some 400-500 people. Three of our CAFE advisors – Barbara Kay, Paul Nathanson and Robert Whitley – joined Sophie Durocher to form
The Red Pill: A Review Paul Nathanson [2017.01.19] The Red Pill’s title refers to a scene in The Matrix (Wachowski Brothers, 1999). Neo, the protagonist of this science-fiction feature, learns that he can take two pills, a red one that will wake him up to reality or a blue one that will allow him to