Prepare to Samba-Rock, ladies and gents. A new branch of A Voice for Men is online in Brazil.
Brazil is the largest country in South America, with a size that is almost the whole area of the continent. It’s also the only South American country that speaks Portuguese. It’s population is more than 201 million people.
In the country of Bossa Nova, there are now government boards for women in the federal sphere as well as in every State and every major city. All of those political boards further politics based in gender feminist theory. There are Gender (or Women’s) Studies departments in every University.
Brazil has its own version of the US “VAWA”, called “Lei Maria da Penha”. The law was created to protect only women from domestic violence and assumes that men are always the perpetrators. The law was created following an international convention, the “Pacto de São José da Costa Rica”.
There are courts of justice only to deal with violence against women, where men are also seen as privileged and the constitutional rights of legal state of innocence until proven guilty, as due process of law, can be seriously abused. Brazil also has Police stations that deal only with violence against women, leaded by female chiefs of police. To treat men as perpetrators is default procedure of the Police in any case of domestic violence.
Brazilian Congress now discusses the creation of a law is designed to insert domestic violence against women only (only against women, again) into the law of torture. Another law in discussion is the one of “Feminicide”, that intends to considered the homicide against women as aggravated, compared to the same crime committed against men or children. Both projects have their theoretical foundations in radical feminist theory.
AVFM Brazil will operate under the responsibility of Aldir Gracindo and will take on the duty of informing Brazilian readers from all walks of life about the impending tyranny of feminist governance in Brazil. Aldir and his team of Human Rights conspirators will surely have much work to do. Visit A Voice for Men Brazil and leave a message for our fellow Men’s Human Rights Activists and new AVfM members.
Direitos dos Homens e Meninos são Direitos Humanos!