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Candidate Data:
First Name: 
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Last Name: 
mayhew boy

Date of Birth:

Age:

12

-

12

-

2011

10

School:

hard knocks

Grade:

5

Guardian Info:

First Name:

beth

Last Name:

jones

Address:

55 River Road

APT. 9A

Manchester

NH 

03104

Guardian/Family Phone:

Guardian/Family Email Address:

Living Situation:

Mother w/ live-in boyfriend

Financial Situation:

Medicaid:

Free/Reduced Lunch:

Yes

TANF:

Yes

SNAP:

How many live in the household?

3

How many work and/or provide income to support the household?

0

Household Situation:

PARIS — If it hadn’t been for a man, Pauline Harmange’s literary debut, “I Hate Men,” might have gone unnoticed.

The feminist essay, which makes a case for shunning men as a legitimate defense mechanism against widespread misogyny, was initially published in French by the nonprofit press Monstrograph. It only printed 400 copies. On the day it was released last August, however, an employee of France’s ministry for gender equality, Ralph Zurmély, emailed Monstrograph from his government account.

The book was obviously, he wrote, “an ode to misandry.” Zurmély, who hadn’t read the book, likened it to “sex-based incitement to hatred,” and concluded: “I ask that you immediately withdraw this book from your catalog, subject to legal prosecution.”

The threat backfired. No sooner was it made public that “I Hate Men” became a cause célèbre in the French news media — and brought attention to misandry, the dislike or mistrust of men, as a social phenomenon. Since Monstrograph couldn’t keep up with demand, a major French publisher, Seuil, won a bidding war to reprint the book, which has sold 20,000 copies since. The translation rights for 17 languages have been sold. In the United States, HarperCollins will release “I Hate Men,” translated by Natasha Lehrer, on Jan. 19.

Organizations / Mentor Programs:

waypoint

Special Assistance:

IEP

Health Concerns:

No

Victim of Sexual Abuse:

NO

Perpetrator of Sexual Abuse:

No

Victim of Physical Abuse:

not that we know of

Threatening or Aggressive Behavior:

sometimes on the full moon

Required Physical Restraint:

not this year

Personality / Social Standing:

Leader

Behavioral Patterns:

He like to be in charge

Remarks:

blah blah

Mayhew challenges and helps at-risk New Hampshire boys to believe in themselves, work well with others, and find their best.

Address: Newfound Lake

P.O. Box 120
293 West Shore Rd
Bristol, NH  03222

Email: mayhew@mayhew.org

Phone: (603) 744-6131

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