Our mission is to create a point of entry for men to join the fight to protect and expand human rights from fertilization to natural death. We believe that real men do not exploit women nor run away from fatherhood.
We stand firm in our non-partisan and non-sectarian message, to protect human life.
National Men for Life subscribes to the Consistent Life Ethic, and is a member of the Consistent Life Net.
What does this mean?
Simply put, we are against all forms of human violence, injustice, discrimination, and torture. In order to achieve our goal of ending these injustices, we stand true to our secular and non-partisan message, to protect human life.
You should know, however, that our reflections do not and can not express fully the complexity of these various situations. If you would like to learn more about the beliefs of the organization or our leadership, don't hesitate to email Info@NationalMenforLife.org!
Science has proven that a human egg and sperm, once united at fertilization, create an alive, distinct, and whole human being. We believe that killing any human is wrong, therefore exceptions shouldn't be made for pre-born humans.
The death penalty forcefully strips away the life of a human being, infringing on their intrinsic human value. Advancements in technology allow for a more humane and ethical treatment of criminals without the use of deadly, outdated means.
We believe every person has equal human dignity and should be protected, loved, and cared for from conception to natural death. Often called "dignity in dying," assisted suicide is the epitome of a culture that lacks respect for human life.
It is a scientific fact that human life begins at fertilization, and we have not found a reasonable argument that separates human beings and persons. As such, it is wrong to kill a human being for scientific research, no matter their level of development. However, we do support adult stem cell research, which has cured over seventy diseases without forcing death onto young human beings.
Research proves that pornography is addictive, creates unhealthy relationships, increases sexual violence, promotes a society that treats men and women as sex-objects, and is a public health concern. Our opposition to pornography stems from our acknowledgement of the intrinsic value of each human person, and is further supported by our opposition to the human trafficking industry.