June Anderson: women's rights pioneer

June Anderson: women's rights pioneer

There are 1 comment on the The Sidelines story from Oct 21, 2009, titled June Anderson: women's rights pioneer. In it, The Sidelines reports that:

If you ever feel alone, face a difficult problem, need help deciding about your future or maybe just need to have someone to talk to, stop by the June Anderson Women's Center, in Room 206 of the James Union Building.

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Covington, TN

#1 Oct 28, 2009
I am very much of an advocate of women's rights but I am sick of women always crying victim. Fact, men get hit more often than women in relationships. Granted men are often bigger and stronger (though not always) yet when a man defends himself he is being a bully. If someone lays their hands on you, you have a right to defend yourself. Second, men basically have no rights when it comes to child custody. Judges usually use men as a hotel room and paycheck. Third, women want equal rights when it is conveinent to be equal. However, when it comes to physical labor etc all of a sudden they want a man to do it. I am not saying these things to put down women. I love and respect women but what about men's rights?

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