NCFM is an advocacy group dedicated to ending sex discrimination, particularly against men.
In an interview with TPM, NCFM president Harry Crouch elaborated on his group's support for the GOP's bill -- which the White House has threatened to veto.
Crouch said the House bill meets his criteria that the Act should be gender inclusive.
"Basically whether you're male or female makes no difference," Crouch said. "If you're abused we all bleed."
The version Democrats support, he says, doesn't protect male victims of violence. "if it was true why wouldn't we call it the DV [Domestic Violence] prevention act?"
Neither the House nor the Senate bill, however, is meant to address NCFM's other major complaint.
"People are getting arrested left and right," Crouch said. He'd like the act to be amended to "mak[e] sure that those who are accused of violence don't have their lives destroyed by false accusations."