It seems that a men’s advocacy group a href=”http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-u-of-c-mens-groupmay19,0,4707353.story”has been started at the University of Chicago:/abr /br /blockquoteA group of University of Chicago students think it’s time the campus focused more on its men.br /br /A third-year student from Lake Bluff has formed Men in Power, a student organization that promises to help men get ahead professionally. But the group’s emergence has been controversial, with some critics charging that its premise is misogynistic.br /br /Others say it’s about time men are championed, noting that recent job losses hit men harder and that women earn far more bachelor’s and master’s degrees than do men.br /br /”It’s an enormous disparity now,” said Warren Farrell, author of a href=”http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0425181448?ie=UTF8tag=wwwviolentkicomlinkCode=as2camp=1789creative=9325creativeASIN=0425181448″”The Myth of Male Power”/aimg src=”http://www.assoc-amazon.com/e/ir?t=wwwviolentkicoml=as2o=1a=0425181448″ width=”1″ height=”1″ border=”0″ alt=”” style=”border:none !important; margin:0px !important;” / and former board member of the New York chapter of the National Organization for Women. He noted, among other things, an imbalance in government and private initiatives that advance the interests of women and girls./blockquotebr /br /Any group for men or run by men is going to be said to be misogynistic–kind of like anyone who disagrees with Obama is a racist. It’s just part of a trend to shut anyone down who disagrees with the politically correct agenda and doesn’t willingly submit to the socialist/radical feminist agenda. Luckily, young men like Steve Saltarelli who is president of the group is not listening. The tide is turning.