According to the Duluth model, a male abuser typically goes through a “cycle” of abuse. In her recent book psychologist Kimberly Taylor details the cycle of the typical female abuser for whom the Duluth model failed to give any account.
Breaking news in India – Men’s Rights protests prompt Highest Court of India to overturn the totalitarian and scandalous provisions of VAWA that have been used to deny men their legal and human rights. We hope that VAWA meets a similar fate elsewhere.
Acid attacks are a horror that no human being should experience. The problem should never be minimized. Unfortunately, certain international groups advocating “for women” are busy minimizing the problem for damn near half of all victims, and minimizing the sexual identity of many of the attackers.
In this video lecture Dr. Donald Dutton talks about the subject of domestic violence and of how the associated field of research suffers from groupthink, belief perseverance, and biased assimilation of knowledge.
When imagining a typical domestic violence perpetrator, many bring to mind the face of a man contorted with rage… but what if the face of the abuser does not belong to a male? John Ribner describes the face of the female abuser.
Domestic Violence against men in India has long been recognised. Such knowledge is about to be swept under the carpet as highly funded profeminist agencies work to institute the belief that only men can perpetrate domestic violence, and that only women are the victims.