Friday, 13 March 2015

Woman beats up man at Domestic Violence Rally

Duluth model

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Duluth Model or Domestic Abuse Intervention Project is a program developed to reduce domestic violence against women. It is named after Duluth, Minnesota, the city where it was developed.[1] The program was largely founded by Ellen Pence and Michael Paymar.[1]
As of 2006, the Duluth Model is the most common batterer intervention program used in the United States.[2] It is based in feminist theory positing that "domestic violence is the result of patriarchal ideology in which men are encouraged and expected to control their partners".[2]

The Duluth Model is promoted by VAWA and has been exported by feminist lobbyists worldwide.

It preaches that violence is due to the wickedness of men.

I look forward to feminists femsplaining that the Spirit of the Patriarchy possessed her, and she wasn't responsible, and he deserved it anyway - that fucking fuckboy...

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