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42 years of NOMAS

Welcome to our online home! The National Organization for Men Against Sexism is an activist organization of men and women supporting positive changes for men. NOMAS advocates a perspective that is pro-feminist, gay affirmative, anti-racist, dedicated to enhancing men's lives, and committed to justice on a broad range of social issues including class, age, religion, and physical abilities.

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ALICE PAUL AWARDS FOR WOMEN WHO HAVE WORKED TO CONFRONT MEN’S VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN Committee on Feminist Movement History: National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS) reprinted with permission from: Brannon, Robert (2017) “Alice Paul Awards for Women Who Have Worked to Confront Men’s Violence Against Women,”Dignity: Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence: Vol. 2: Iss. 1, Article 9.DOI: 10.23860/dignity.2017.02.01.09 http://digitalcommons.uri.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1050&context=dignity NOMAS is a

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Press Release: Hawaii Please Support the Safe Child Act

From NOMAS, the National Organization for Men Against Sexism, Child Custody Task Force and its Chair, Barry Goldstein. There is an important piece of legislation in the Hawaiian State House: HB 697, the Safe Child Act, is sponsored by Vice Speaker Mizuno [HB 697 analysis]. This bill is currently in the Human Services (HUS) and Judiciary (JDL) Committees. The Safe Child Act is the

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PRESS RELEASE: NOMAS commends Ireland on passage of Nordic Model bill

   NOMAS, and Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW) commend  Ireland, for the historic passage of a new bill which de-criminalizes prostituted people, but penalizes the purchase of sex (the Nordic model). The bill was approved on Feb. 14. The new Irish law will help efforts to end demand, by holding sex buyers accountable, and will also ensure that prostituted women and girls can

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The Painful Cost of Disbelieving Women

The Painful Cost of Disbelieving Women by Barry Goldstein. A man in one of the batterer classes I teach couldn’t wait to bring up the Duke Lacrosse and Tawana Brawley cases to counter research that women rarely make false reports of rape or abuse.  While many men in the class, like the general public are familiar with the rare cases in which a woman

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Confronting the Commercial Sex Industry: Many Losses, a Few Bright Spots

Dr. Robert Brannon* The NOMAS National Task Group on Sex-Trafficking, Pornography, & the Commercial Sex Industry attempts to monitor events in this wide range of issues. The National Task Group is Chaired by Dr. Robert Brannon, with the involvement of other NOMAS leaders including Moshe Rozdzial, Phyllis Frank, Chris O’Sullivan, Rose Garrity and others. It has regular exchanges with feminist leaders and activists across

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Intersectional Dominance-White, Straight, Christian, Patriarchy-Won the Election!

By Moshe Rozdzial, PhD* Many explanations have been proposed, in the weeks since the presidential election, for Trump’s win, and, to one degree or another, most have some validity. One explanation – working class economic insecurity – seems unsupported. The economy is at its healthiest since the Bush-era recession.  Gas prices are at 1998 levels and unemployment is at record low levels. Clinton’s email

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NOMAS Chapters

NOMAS- Boston

NOMAS-Boston is dedicated to ending violence against women and local development of pro-feminist male allies. Follow NOMAS-Boston on their Facebook Page.

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NOMAS- Salt Lake City, UT

We hope to build awareness of the resources in our community and support the work of local organizations who live up to the principles of NOMAS.

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NOMAS- Orange County, New York

NOMAS-Lower Hudson chapter is dedicated to working with men on issues of accountability, entitlement, and ending violence.

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NOMAS- Denver

NOMAS-Denver puts on an annual Martin Luther King social justice workshop and a father’s day events.

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When Survivors Are Forced to Use

Domestic violence substance coercion: when abusers force and control their intimate partner’s substance dependency, or sabotage their recovery.

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A Doctor's Plan to End Patriarchy

“The first thing is to become responsible. Acknowledge that life chances in this country aren’t uniformly equal, and that there is such a thing..

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Top 10 Strategies to Engage Men in Gender Equality in the Workforce | PBA

“It is very clear from the research that gender inequality is imbedded in workplaces. Not only in obvious things like pay and power but in..

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The word “women” literally never appears in the US Senate’s 142-page health-care bill

The all male Trump-Senate health care bill literally omits women and mothers except to talk about abortion or work requirements.

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School Cop Gets No Jail Time After Receiving Oral Sex From A Child

The language of Patriarchy has cop “receiving from” rather than “forcing” or “committing” statutory rape on a child. (Trigger warning).

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