The National Center For Men, not to be confused with the National Coalition for Men, was founded in 1987 by Mel Feit, and is dedicated to the advocacy of men's equal rights. It educates the public about how men have been hurt by sex discrimination and we also counsel individuals and families who have been damaged by discrimination against men.
The National Center For Men has a long track record of public advocacy of men's equal rights, especially on radio and television talk shows. Our representatives have argued for men's rights, fathers' rights and men's reproductive choice. We have educated the public about male victims of domestic violence, men's health concerns and how men are often victimized by false accusation.