Controlling Domestic Violence Against Men

@inproceedings{Corry2002ControllingDV,
  title={Controlling Domestic Violence Against Men},
  author={Charles E. Corry and Martin S. Fiebert and Erin Pizzey},
  year={2002}
}
People hit and abuse family members because they can. In today s society, as reflected in TV, movies, law enforcement, courts, and feminist propaganda, women are openly given permission to hit men. Presently 25%-30% of all intimate violence is exclusively female on male. Primary aggressor laws usually result in arrest of the male and ignore research showing 50% of domestic assaults are mutual combat. The woman is thus encouraged to abuse her partner further until finally he will take no more… CONTINUE READING

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