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who says we shouldn't be. I just think that we need to do that in aThe Men's Rights Edmonton posters have been the centre of controversy. Several people have deemed them offensive, but Tieman doesn't agree.
be attending to the men who are victims of violence. I don't know anyone
about sexual assault = a crime."
reads "Your silence is important feminist demand it."
Women were 11 times more likely than men to be a victim of sexual offences in 2011, according to a Statistics Canada survey done by collecting police recorded data.
A Voice for Men poster on Third Avenue South in Saskatoon. Bryn Levy/News Talk Radio
One posted on Third Avenue South reads, "Canada the most frightening place to be a man," and attributes the quote to Erin Pizzey, who founded the first shelter for battered women and is famous for challenging radical feminists.
"If the posters are offensive because they target I assume because they are targeting women for a particular crime the majority of criminals that engage in that crime are mostly women, exactly the same logic that they are using with the flawed statistics on rape, then the original posters are targeting men."
"We are supporting the posters that were put up because they draw attention to the fact that the original posters single out men all men as potential rapists," Tieman said.
"Of course we need to
"Much of my career has been devoted to understanding the health related aspects of violence and anti violence programming. I think it is really critical that we understand the full range of violence," she said.
A lot can be said about the poster campaigns, both here and in Edmonton, in the way the groups are approaching the topic, said Downe.
The original campaign posters encourage female victims of sexual assault to come forward. Tieman said they prevent male victims to come forward because it pins sexual assault, as a whole, on men.
"Why would it be surprising for a woman to have compassion for men and boys? I actually care about all people, I just think that right now, vulnerable men, their voices aren't being heard," she said.
Men's rights posters are appearing in Saskatoon after similar ones caused controversy in Edmonton.
"Men don't have a voice when they are vulnerable and because men are expected to be strong, when they have needs they are expected to shut up about them," Tieman said, adding it shouldn't be shocking that a woman would be a part of a men's rights group.
why weren't the originals offensive?" she said.
"I don't think that the poster campaigns, from the samples that I have seen, are advancing that cause in any particular way," she said.
It's important to shed light on all aspects of violence against people, whether that be women, men, boys or girls, Pamela Downe, associate professor and head of anthropology at the University of Saskatchewan said.
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"The original campaign posters are telling men not to be that guy which suggests that if they hadn't told them, they would be that guy."
"I like it better when it is phrased as something that contributes to our knowledge than something that calls down the experiences of others."
The Edmonton posters that were put up by Men's Rights Edmonton are a take on the widely known "Don't be that Guy" campaign against sexual assault. Lying Palladium Boots Latest
A variety of posters associated with A Voice for Men in Saskatoon have appeared around the city including on 20th Street and downtown. The posters are available for download on the group's website. Tieman said all posters are made by volunteers and are vetted for hate speech against minorities, men and women.
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"We would like to see an honest look at statistics about sexual assault. We would also like to see campaigns that reflect all sexual assault victims," said Tieman, who has been a part of the counter feminist movement for 15 years.
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on men would make a stronger contribution than one that belittles, said Downe.
A Voice for Men is behind the posters here and Alison Tieman, who spoke for the group from Kelvington, said the group has the same message as Men's Rights Edmonton.
A campaign to educate people on the effects of violence particularly
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