In his report, "Gender Symmetry in Partner Violence: Evidence and Implications for Prevention and Treatment," Professor Murray Straus exposed the system that has been hiding facts about male victims and female perpetrators of domestic violence for over 20 years. This is why all we hear about are cases of men attacking women, while the truth shows that the statistics are much closer than the media will admit. These cover-up methods include the following
Avoid obtaining data inconsistent with the "patriarchal dominance" theory
Only using studies that involve male attackers
Claiming that their results support feminist beliefs, even if they don't
Making claims with no evidence
Obstructing the publication of articles and any funding research that might contradict the idea that male dominance is the cause of personal violence
Harassing, threatening, and penalizing researchers who produce evidence that contradicts feminist beliefs
You can read the full report here.
And a condensed version here.
Know when to support your brothers, and when to stop trying to help those who don't want your help. Let no one discourage you from choosing MGTOW. The long-term results will show who made the right decision.
Her body, her choice? Let's see... She could choose to sleep with a man when they both are ready for kids.
She could choose from several contraceptives, considering that she has a lot more choices than men do.
She could choose to stay away from Dudley Do-Dirty and Lil' Tyrone.
She could choose to wait until marriage before having unprotected sex.
Yet so many females would rather choose to tell men to keep it in their pants, while running from their own faults. They'd rather choose to support deadbeat females who depress their man by murdering the child he wanted. They'd rather tell men to get a vasectomy because every single female contraceptive is apparently defective.
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It's a fact that women commit just as much, if not more, domestic abuse. Harvard University puts that figure at 70%. In 2010, Professor Murray Straus famously exposed the intentional suppression of male victims for the past 30 years or so. Activist Erin Pizzey, who ran a women's shelter, learned from her work that women are just as abusive, and has been attacked, threatened, and nearly killed by feminists over the past few decades for speaking out. I wonder why. And the crazy thing is, most of us see those numbers in action, treat it like no big deal, and still deny the facts.
For more information about domestic violence against men, including support groups and shelters, visit the following website.
In a study of 35,900 students in grades 7-12 who were in dating relationships, it was found that boys were more likely to be abused by their girlfriends than vice versa. The research from University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University showed that 5.8% of boys and 4.2% of girls said that their partner was abusive.
When you see a PSA, movie, or anything that shows domestic abuse, odds are that it will show a man abusing a woman, and offer the encouragement and resources for the female victims. Even if a girl doesn't get information from her parents, there are many organizations that are willing to teach her.
Boys don't have the luxury of being taught how to leave an abusive relationship or how to see the red flags. School officials, crisis centers, etc. tend to be ill-equipped on helping boys, and may laugh at him or accuse him of being the abuser.
If you have a son, please teach him as soon as possible about abusive girlfriends. If you need help, there are sites like www.survivorsuk.org, www.oneinthree.com.au, and www.mankind.org.uk that offer advice.
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