Lucian Vâlsan got the chance to watch the Indian documentary ”Martyrs of Marriage” on the abuse of Section 498a of the Indian Penal Code.
Paul Elam takes a look at men’s violence without the feminist spin.
AVFM welcomes new contributor Jon Levy with a book review on “The Silent Man: Uncovering the Hidden Epidemic of Domestic Violence Against Men.”
Feminists can lie but they can’t hide the bodies of the men
This is another example of an out of control military judicial system with no accountability or oversight; that is willing to sacrifice falsely accused military men, on the altar of political correctness and to appease the conglomerate of rape hysterics.
Hope and betrayal. The Australian government finally acknowledge male victims of domestic violence only to turn around and award a contract without an open tender process to a Feminist organization that has a history of denying that such a thing exists.
Is the money recently allocated for male victims of domestic violence in Australia now finding its way to the coffers of feminist ideologues who view men as default perpetrators?
Telling the truth about domestic violence – Bettina Arndt with Beattie & Reith
What is the overall level of public funding to UK Domestic Violence (DV) charities and where does the money go?
Australian Senator Pauline Hanson claims women make frivolous DV complaints, calls for reforms to legislation
Bettina Arndt writes a damning expose on the state of domestic violence politics in Australia
The subject of DV seems to be heating up in Australia of late, and the fix is in: domestic violence is not gendered — except when it is, which is most of the time. David King dissects feminist journalist Jane Gilmore’s latest contribution.