Wednesday, 20 August 2014

'Bullying' husbands face jail under new proposals by Theresa May

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11043785/Bullying-husbands-face-jail-under-new-proposals-by-Theresa-May.html

Home Secretary unveils plan to criminalise "domestic abuse" which involves no violence


I can't see any details but there have been other domestic abuse websites I've read which listed "withholding sex" and "demanding sex" as both being abuse. So if a man doesn't want to have sex - that's a crime. If he points out that they haven't had sex for a while - that's a crime.

There's no chance this will help men who are genuine victims of domestic abuse. Her language is sly, but the victimisation of women is constantly reinforced.

So, without any evidence, a woman can say to her partner "give me money or i'll allege you abused me". And that threat will be serious. If prosecuted, his life will be ruined.

This law will load a gun and put it in the hands of any woman in a relationship with a man, with no repercussions if it's abused.

I guess the MGTOW movement in the UK is just going to get stronger.

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Sexual violence
Examples of sexual violence include: discounting the partner's feelings regarding sex; criticizing the partner sexually; touching the partner sexually in inappropriate and uncomfortable ways; withholding sex and affection; always demanding sex; forcing partner to strip as a form of humiliation (maybe in front of children), to witness sexual acts, to participate in uncomfortable sex or sex after an episode of violence, to have sex with other people; and using objects and/or weapons to hurt during sex or threats to back up demands for sex."

"discounting the partner's feelings regarding sex; criticizing the partner sexually"

Women do these things to men all the time. Belittling a man's sexual prowess is pretty normal in toxic relationships and encouraged by Feminist websites, and I agree it's abuse - but should be dealt with by ending the relationship. Being able to imprison a man - and there's no chance it'll be used against a woman - on an allegation without evidence is just appalling.

"withholding sex and affection""always demanding sex"
So if he says "i have a headache", it's abuse. If she says it.. it's not.. if he complains that she always says that, well, he's abusing her.


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