Friday, 27 March 2015

Feminists want control of the DV industry

Reply to

Brett Caton


 Erin Pizzey was attacked when she tried to help men as well as women with regards to access to DV shelters.

Attacked, as in advised by the police to leave the country. She will testify to this, it's in police records, you can check, etc.

This stuff happens to anyone who tries to help men.. feminists want control of the DV industry. They use it to teach women that men are bad, and to teach men to be ashamed, and to relieve their original sin through service to women and against other men.

"I would say that anyone who thinks that, statistically speaking, women are as guilty of committing domestic abuse at the same rate men are is diluted." "Large epidemiological studies have demonstrated that domestic violence is most commonly reciprocal and that when only one partner is violent there is an excess of violent women."

Well, it appears the scientific community is diluted and needs to be distilled or something.

"Sorry, but we are talking a difference of 85% to 15% here"

No. If you are talking about the Primary Aggressor Laws, then yes, almost always, they'll convict men; they were built by VAWA using the Duluth Model, which holds that violence is a product of masculinity.

VAWA sends missionaries worldwide to propagate this view, to the point where in Western Australia, for example, (this has been updated to be somewhat less sexist, but it's still very one sided)

Women’s Domestic Violence Helpline

This service provides support and counselling for women experiencing family and domestic violence.

This includes phone counselling, information and advice, referral to local advocacy and support services, liaison with police if necessary and support in escaping situations of family and domestic violence. The service can refer women to safe accommodation if required.

Men’s Domestic Violence Helpline

This service provides counselling for men who are concerned about becoming violent or abusive.

The service can provide telephone counselling, information and referral to ongoing face to face services if required.  Information and support is also available for men who have experienced family and domestic violence.

The update added that help was available for men - although it never says what - whereas it's very clear for women - and it also makes it very, VERY clear that men are abusers, women are abused, men need to stop abusing, women ... do not.

No wonder women can hit their husbands on camera, be hit back, and have the audience only remember the man striking a woman.

In fact, Jezebel, thee popular feminist website, thought the idea of DV against men was great fun:

Look at the comments:

10/15/08 2:12pm

How did you overcome the feelings that you had after doing this? I just drunkenly pummeled my boyfriend this weekend for no good reason. (I was really wasted.)

I feel so terrible. He says that he is staying, but the looks that he has been giving me are heartbreaking. I know that your post on this subject was a long time ago, but I would like to know how you worked it out.


She doesn't want to feel guilty after doing it, and asks advice... for the guilt.

"Anyway, one day I had enough of his horses*** (I honestly can't even remember what triggered it, but I'm sure it was good) and I started beating the living s*** out of him. I felt really bad for losing control like that, but later realized it was much worse that I was with someone who could push my buttons that way.

(I have another ex who was sexually/mentally/verbally abusive, and if we ever cross paths again, he'd better pray there are no blunt objects or firearms nearby, 'cause I will take him out.)

Change the sexes and you'd be calling the cops. But it's only bad when men do it, amiright?

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