McCarley named AVFM Senior Editor

Suzanne McCarley has been a very active player here at A Voice for Men for quite some time. When I say active, I mean the kind of active that if we had ten more like her it would make the ground shake.

I can’t even think of any of our recent efforts that she has not been involved in to one degree or another, even as he has had to display exemplary patience with me helping her do her work.

During the activism on behalf of Joel Kirk, Suzanne traveled from out of state to West Virginia to post and hand out flyers about Judge Lori Jackson for two days. She has spearheaded email campaigns and collated information for distribution on a lot of our work.

Recently, she offered to be prepared to travel to Dallas, Texas for the upcoming male shame fest sponsored by that city’s mayor and some of their famous jocks so that she could participate in raising awareness that DV was not a sexually based problem.

It seems like everywhere I go, I see her; in the comments of misandric articles; daily on the AVFM Facebook page; in the AVFM Forums.

She has also written for the site, turning in two brutally hard hitting pieces, here and here, each of which spiked traffic to the site and called out the current gender zeitgeist’s hypocrisy in spades.

She has always made herself available to help with any project we have, and I genuinely suspect that she is a racehorse ready to come out of the gates that we have too long held closed.

It is with no reservations and much pleasure that I now officially announce her appointment as a Senior Editor at A Voice for Men. Please join me in welcoming Suzanne McCarley to this position, with all the rights and privileges (OMG, there is that word) that come with it.

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  • Shrek6

    Shit, did you have to give her more “Rights and Privileges.”

    Congratulations Suzanne. Great choice Paul!

  • napocapo69

    The gates are open Suzanne, now ride on…

  • http://www.deanesmay.com Dean Esmay

    Her hard work and dedication have been breathtaking to watch. With ten of her we could change the world. I’m not exaggerating.

    • Peter Wright (Tawil)

      Excellent appointment, Suz has long proven herself a tenacious advocate for men’s human rights. And agree with Dean- ten Suzannes would have the power of an nuclear bomb.

      Glad you took it on Suz, with you all the way.

  • Tim Legere

    Congratulations Suzanne.

    • http://manamongoaks.com/index.html Ray


  • ManUpManDown.

    Awesome! Congrats Suzanne!

    BTW, the 4th paragraph has a couple of errors you might want to fix (“that city” being Dallas rather than Texas, and “city’s” rather than cities).

    • http://www.woolybumblebee.com/about Kristina Hansen

      Fixed. TY.

  • Near Earth Object

    I am familiar with “here and here”.
    I like your style!
    Congratulations, Suzanne

  • 98abaile

    It always seems like a paradox the amount of women we have as editors on a MHRM site; and then it’s articles like these that remind us that there is no white knighting here, it’s all merit. Now THAT’s equality.

  • http://www.woolybumblebee.com/about Kristina Hansen

    Awesome news! Congrats Suz :) I look forward to working along side such a wonderful and driven individual such as yourself. WOOT!

  • Bombay

    Congratulations Suzanne.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/DannyboyCdnMRA Dan Perrins

    Congrats Sue !

  • Kimski

    ‘Gratz, Suz.

  • OneHundredPercentCotton

    Honey Badger time!

  • http://shiningpearlsofsomething.blogspot.com Suzanne McCarley

    Thank you all for the kind words, and thank you Paul, for this appointment; I’m honored.

    My motivation is pretty simple. When I first started reading articles at AVfM, I found myself thinking:
    Everyone should see this!
    My goal is to make that happen, in any way I can. With baby steps or umbrella steps, keep moving forward.


    • Aimee McGee

      Good luck Suz, will send you my useful list of likes and dislikes on the sammich front :)
      Just remember Paul likes Ranch and Dr F likes 1000 Island dressing and you won’t get your chain pulled ;P

  • JinnBottle

    So you’ve Commented as “Suz”? Okay, *now* I know who we’re talking about.

    I get from your tone in them, as well as your Posts, that you a clearly a mature (regardless of your age) woman who has mastered her own Power, and has wisdom in your relationships with men.

    That’s all we need. Hearing about your energies put forth for us in travel, activism, etc, is all gravy.

    Very glad of your appointment. Congratulations.

    • http://shiningpearlsofsomething.blogspot.com Suzanne McCarley

      Yeah, I’m *that* Suz, and driversuz as well. And Suzy Enola on FB. I really need to pare down my online nicknames…

  • Turbo

    Great appointment IMHO.

    Keep up the good work Suz.

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  • OneHundredPercentCotton

    In the beginning of a change,
    the patriot is a scarce man;
    brave, hated, scorned.

    When his cause succeeds, however,
    the timid join him
    for then it costs nothing
    to be a patriot.

    -Mark Twain

    ….even scarcer are patriotic women.

    So Thank You, Suz. Glad you’re on OUR side.

  • Bellator Nam Parilitas

    Congratulations Suzanne, I know there has been some contention within AVFM over naming a woman as senior editor but from the humble opinion of an armchair quarterback of the MHRM, I see no problem with it. If a woman can do the job and do it well then by God let her do it. Some of the best articles I have read have been written by women. Now that I have said my part it is time for this quarterback to return to his armchair. I look forward to seeing where your help will lead this site.

  • florin604

    So because she was very busy with the cause, now you give her even more work to do?! Paul Elam you Oppressor!

    Suzanne congratulations. The best is ahead of us.

  • Andy Bob

    It was a happy day indeeed when Ms Suz showed up at AVfM. I was already familiar with her blog and her commentary on other sites where she never failed to distinguished herself with perceptive and articulate insights.

    Congratulations, Ms McCarley. You will be an outstanding senior editor. Excellent choice.

  • donzaloog

    Congratulations, Suz.