Saturday, 30 May 2015

Suddenly, the Sydney Morning Herald notices DV isn't always straight.

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30 May 2015 10:32:40 UTC

MRAs have been saying this for years. WA is notorious for it's helplines, for example: I don't know if it still does, but it had two: one for women and one for men.

The one for women was to get help for being a victim from a man.

The one for men was to confess abusing a woman.

I made complaints etc - never heard anything about it.

And whenever the ABC says anything about DV, it shows that same model - based on radical feminism - called the Duluth Model - which holds that all DV (and really, everything bad) is caused by masculinity.

Whenever they want to talk about DV, they'll interview an 'expert' -self-appointed, of course - who will explain that it's all because boys read comic books and play video games instead of studying feminism and learning to hate themselves.

The government will occasionally pipe up to cry crocodile tears at the plight of DV victims (meaning women).

In fact, one of the best moments in recent history was when the NSW police force showed a picture of a DV victim - a man - and feminists went mental and demanded it be taken down. There were thousands of pictures of women and one of a man - but that was too much.

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30 May 2015 10:47:11 UTC

For feminism to work, male victims must be invisible. They must be erased.

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