Woman As Aggressor: The Unspoken Truth Of Domestic Violence

Woman As Aggressor: The Unspoken Truth Of Domestic Violence by Edward Rhymes

 

Female-initiated domestic abuse
Women are three times more likely to be killed or seriously injured by their male counterpart than vice versa. Though those numbers suggest a more dire need, they do not connote that women are completely innocent when it comes to domestic violence (it is often an issue of strength).

More than 830,000 men fall victim to domestic violence every year. A man is the victim of domestic abuse every 37.8 seconds in America. These numbers are not inconsequential and the frequency is far from insignificant.

Jan Brown, executive director and founder of the Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men, stated that “domestic violence is not about size, gender, or strength. It’s about abuse, control, and power, and getting out of dangerous situations and getting help, whether you are a woman being abused, or a man.”

In 2001, the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health collected data about the health of a nationally representative sample of 14,322 individuals between the ages of 18 and 28. The study also asked subjects to answer questions about romantic or sexual relationships in which they had engaged during the previous five years and whether those relationships had involved violence.

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  1. I personally know a woman who physically abused her boyfriend for years and years in front of their child. She always blamed the violence on his alcoholism but when he went to treatment and quit drinking entirely she continued the physical abuse and then left him. Logically violence is not a gender problem and bad parenting is not gender specific either. Women are violent as well and considering how prevalent child abuse/neglect is in this world there are going to be violent individuals of both genders. I have noticed a “pampering” of women and I don’t agree with it, especially when it comes to mothers. Just because you are a mother doesn’t mean that you are a saint and should be protected. It’s easy to get pregnant and have a baby. It’s very difficult to be a good mother who raises a child in a healthy and happy environment where the child will grow up to be a healthy, productive, and happy adult. In fact it is the mother’s fault for most child sexual abuse because predator child molesters/pedophiles know how to easily find the mothers who they know will look away from their inappropriate behavior and allow the sexual abuse of their children. Some mothers will allow the sexual abuse of their children for security, comfort, money, or sometimes even drugs. Pedophiles know this and they target those mothers. When a pedophile is busted, which rarely happens, the mother walks away scot-free from any responsibility or accountability and that’s a travesty because most adult survivors will say that they mother either witnessed the abuse or had to have suspected the abuse was occurring and yet did nothing. Not only that but when a child discloses most mothers will tell the child to be silent about it or that it didn’t happen. That’s because predators are experts at finding these bad mothers who they know are mentally ill or needy enough to allow them to do what they want with their children. We need to stop babying and pampering women and mothers because they are just as guilty when it comes to child abuse/neglect.

    1. daddybones45

      Two points:

      1) Partner abuse is an almost wholly female-perpetrated phenomenon, as women are inherently the acting relational police and (ever more so) the true relational terrorists; hence the fake feminist figures. The profiteering liars in the DV industry simply reverse the truth along the gender axis and were caught doing so decades ago. Research well done always shows this. Inversion is a method that’s usually the easiest way to sell a big lie, especially regarding male-female relations.

      Men are biologically programmed not to hurt women and we almost never do; 99% of male-perpetrated violence is directed at other men or property. DV is the most rare form of male violence but is the most common form of female violence, accounting for half of it. Although there is mutual aggression in some relationships, perpetration tends to go both ways yet is almost always female-initiated. At the upper and lower ends of the scale, it’s mostly female-perpetrated – battery especially. The most common injury resulting from DV is head injuries suffered by men, as women often use weapons, accomplices and surprise attacks. This fact tends to be buried as is the fact that women strike in self-defence in under 5% of instances.

      Also, women naturally kill their male partners more than the reverse (in cold blood, for money, usually) but hands-on murder has been increasingly taken off women’s hands as the feminised state has made all possible provisions for female partners to dispense with men and taking their earnings without getting their own hands dirty. The grinding war on men, which affects women and children too of course, with its accompanying refusal to provide support from men, has resulted in more women being killed, sadly. If there’s one thing feminists love more than a raped woman, it’s a dead one. They’re used as tokens whose preventable deaths make big money for shameful businesses.

      2) You stated the word “paedophile” in a sense which inferred that such paraphiles are simply male. It is a very rare, but not gender-specific, trait. Men are blamed for virtually all related sex crimes, for the usual reasons, but again this is in lieu of apportioning blame to the women who molest, and they commit such acts more than men largely because they can do so with the impunity of suspicion or punishment. What little research on this matter that exists (the dearth of which is telling in itself) shows that when young victims of female-perpetrated sexual molestation do report it, and ever fewer boys can, they are disbelieved in upwards of 97% of cases.

      Note also that paedophila is a scientific term concerned only with in-born attraction to actual children, id est pre-pubescents. Hebephilia covers the pubescent spectrum but cannot be nailed to an age group as all children grow at different rates. Legal ages of sexual consent are statutory and thus have no basis in reality. What constitutes an offence in one country may not be the same in another; it is a moral issue. The reason the AoSC was raised in England from 13 to 16 in the 1880s temperance / “anti-obscenity” boom was not to prevent harm but solely to criminalise more men and jail them. Jails must be kept full of men, as this too makes good money. Legislation is always penned as a response to falling crime or enacted to absolve protected demographics.

      Feminism is the OPPOSITE of truth.

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