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The tragedies in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania resulted in a significant number of deaths and injuries leaving millions of Americans searching for ways to help. Numerous federal and local agencies along with private organizations are seeking assistance from the public. Menstuff offers the following information as a resource to help.

Give Blood: Remember, blood can't be given twice within a six week period so there may be a great need for extra blood come mid-October.

Make Financial Contributions:

Helping.org - has links to all major charities, plus the following smaller ones: International Association of Firefighters, New York Fraternal Order of Police WTC Fund, National Organization for Victim Assistance, Catholic Charities USA Helping.ym0.net/re3.asp?C=30153&P=70101&E=152426

Empire State Pride Agenda (ESPA). If any of your contacts are homosexual men or women who lost a partner during the disaster and who now need help fighting for the rights and benefits that are denied homosexuals partners because they can't marry, please have them call the ESPA at 212-627-0305 (www.prideagenda.org). ESPA is acting as a clearing agency to connect victims with resources being provided by a number of agencies and organizations. They will help with counselling, finances, housing, benefits claims and more.

Please visit the above Web sites to verify availability outside the United States.

Submit writing about terrorist attacks to Mensight, Today!

What were you doing when you heard about the attack? What was your immediate reaction? What stands out in your memory about the television coverage? What story(s) touched you? How have you reacted in the days following the attacks? What have you done to deal with the emotional impact?

Please write as much or as little as you like but please write something about the recent terrorist attacks for publication in the October issue of Mensight magazine. It may help you and it will certainly help others who read and relate to your thoughts and feelings. Do it now! It goes to press October 6. Send to: jbracewell@themenscenter.com Also, please visit our Wednesday evening (10/3) men's issues chat with Peter Rossi. Peter will be happy to discuss these recent terrifying events with you. http://www.themenscenter.com/chat/agree.htm

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Remember the words of Theodore Roosevelt, in his speech before the Naval War College, 1897: "Every man among us is more fit to meet the duties and responsibilities of citizenship because of the perils over which, in the past, the nation has triumphed; because of the blood and sweat and tears and labor and the anguish, through which, in the days that have gone, our forefathers moved on to triumph."


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Lower Manhattan: Living and Publishing at Ground Zero
The Warning Signs and Major Risk Factors of Teenage Suicide
Acts of Terror
Will There be a Draft?
America: The Good Neighbor
Understanding One Another's Differences is the Only Real Anti-Terrorist Weapon We Have
Prayers for Peace
Spaghetti Straps Outlawed
California Awards UCLA $50 Million to Administer Statewide Prostate Cancer Treatment Program
Castration Alternative Works Well, Spares Libido
Studies Back Value of PSA Screening for Prostate Cancer Acknowledging the Stress of Caregiving
Patients Can Stay Motivated to Exercise During Summer
Can Selenium Reduce Cancer Risk?
Being Open to Spiritual Therapies
The Cancer Is Gone - Why Do I Feel So Uneasy?
Exercise Can Help You Recover From Prostate Cancer Surgery
Lycopene: A Colorful Prostate Cancer Fighter
'Cancer Breakthrough - Read All About It!'
Presenting Bad News
Walking Helps Fight Cancer Treatment Fatigue
No Truth Behind Oral Contraceptives-Cancer Risk Link
No link between cell phones and cancer
Cancer Patients Can Find Help for Depression
Adding Acupuncture to Cancer Therapy
How to Choose an Exercise Program During Cancer Treatment
Disappointment Over "Fiber" Should Spur Further Research into Colon Cancer Protection
How to Stay Physically Active During Cancer Treatment
Supplement Support for Cancer Patients: Making Good Choices
Is Hormone Replacement Therapy Safe for Cancer Survivors?
Why Protein Foods Are Important for Cancer Patients
Coping with Chemo an Important Part of Dealing with Cancer
Detox for Cancer Patients: Ridding the Body of Harmful Substances
Physical Activity Can Cut Colon Cancer Risk
A Primer on Depression and Cancer
Dangerous Dating
Maine Conference on Domestic Violence Against Men
We Need Transgendered People Out Proudly Among Us
100 Mighty Sex Facts!
Stingers Kill
Are You Fit to Fly?
You've Come a Long Way, Dad!
How to Survive the Slammer
Never Meet Her Parents
Men Don't Tell
Her Secret Checklist
Androgyny in Men's Clothing
Enhancements - The Techno Bra
Latest Gay/Bi/Trans News
Senate passes SR 138 designating September as National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
Prostate Cancer Awareness Stamp To Go Off the Market
Another Important Research Project May Fail If Men Don't Show Up
Sexual Harassment - A Touchy Subject
Fewer Men Going Into Teaching
Why Little Boys Need Toy Guns
Sex, lies and monogamy
Single Dads Wage Revolution
Still About "Manhood"
Only Dumb Parents Don't Wear Helmets
Older Men and Community Building
Male Victims of Women's Violence Slowly Overcoming Skepticism
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Menstuff® reports on interesting articles appearing in September periodicals.


Menstuff® reports on what the press and/or some corporations are saying regarding menb.

See comments for September. Plus, an Archive of some of our responses to the media's portrayal of men.

After reviewing some of these topics, we encourage you to write the corporations and the government and give them your viewpoint. Change doesn't usually take place when only one complaint is received. If you want to be part of the solution, let them hear from you! Here's how.

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