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  1. Leading the fight.(Family)(In Ann Kneeland's campaign against domestic violence in Lane County, men have an important role to play): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  2. The Batterer as Parent: Addressing the Impact of Domestic Violence on Family Dynamics (Sage Series on Violence Against Women) (SAGE Series on Violence against Women) by Lundy Bancroft, Jay G. Silverman, 2002-03-19
  3. What Causes Men's Violence Against Women?
  4. Men's Violence Against Women: Theory, Research, and Activism by Christopher Kilmartin, Julie Allison, 2007-03-28
  5. Men to men consultation.(FEMNET organizes program for men against gender-based violence): An article from: Femnet News
  6. To be or not to be a man.(educating men to stop violence against women): An article from: Femnet News by Augustine Musopole, 2001-09-01
  7. Changing Violent Men (SAGE Series on Violence against Women) by Rebecca Emerson Dobash, Russell P. Dobash, et all 1999-10-12
  8. Locked in A Violent Embrace: Understanding and Intervening in Domestic Violence (SAGE Series on Violence against Women) by Zvi C. Eisikovits, Eli Buchbinder, 2000-04-15
  9. Same-Sex Domestic Violence: Strategies for Change (SAGE Series on Violence against Women)
  10. Batterer Intervention Systems (SAGE Series on Violence against Women) by Edward W. Gondolf, 2001-12-15
  11. Coordinating Community Responses to Domestic Violence: Lessons from Duluth and Beyond (SAGE Series on Violence against Women)
  12. The role of men in combating gender based violence.: An article from: Femnet News
  13. Violence and Gender Reexamined (Law and Public Policy: Psychology and the Social Sciences) by Richard B. Felson, 2002-04
  14. Sisters in Pain: Battered Women Fight Back by L. Elisabeth Beattie, Mary Angela Shaughnessy, et all 2000-06

1. Domestic Violence Against Men In Colorado
The underreported problem of domestic violence against men. domestic violence against men In Colorado. These words are written in defense of freedom 1.
Domestic Violence Against Men In Colorado
These words are written in defense of freedom Charles E. Corry, Ph.D. with contributions by: David L. Fontes, Psy. D., Erin Pizzey, Richard L. Davis, A.L.M., Donald G. Dutton, Ph.D., Barbara Corry, M.A., ... Grant Noble, and Jonathan Marin with included articles by: Allen N. Cowling, Patrick A. Langan, John M. Dawson, Terje Langeland, Michael Conner, Psy.D., David Feige, and Rudyard Kipling Contents Site Map Tables Index ... Click here if you need information or help not be honored. Join or contribute to the Equal Justice Foundation and support the battle against injustice. Donations are tax deductible. Sign up for free newsletter. Please provide full name and location and please inform us if your email address changes. Click here Please bookmark this page before following the links below Links to following pages will change as the site is updated. Last modified 5/25/04
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2. Domestic Violence Against Men
About domestic violence against men. Domestic Violence Is Against The Law In Oregon. Very little in known about the actual number of men who are in a domestic relationship in which they are abused or
About Domestic Violence Against Men Revised: March 29, 2004 Domestic Violence Is Against The Law In Oregon Statistics About Domestic Abuse And Violence Against Men Very little in known about the actual number of men who are in a domestic relationship in which they are abused or treated violently by women. In 100 domestic violence situations approximately 40 cases involve violence by women against men. An estimated 400,000 women per year are abused or treated violently in the United States by their spouse or intimate partner. This means that roughly 300,000 to 400,000 men are treated violently by their wife or girl friend. For more information see Why Do We Know So Little About Domestic Abuse And Violence Against Men There are many reasons why we don't know more about domestic abuse and violence against men. First of all, the incidence of domestic violence reported men appears to be so low that it is hard to get reliable estimates. In addition, it has taken years of advocacy and support to encourage women to report domestic violence. Virtually nothing has been done to encourage men to report abuse. The idea that men could be victims of domestic abuse and violence is so unthinkable that many men will not even attempt to report the situation. The dynamic of domestic abuse and violence is also different between men and women. The reasons, purposes and motivations are often very different between sexes. Although the counseling and psychological community have responded to domestic abuse and violence against women, there has been very little investment in resources to address and understand the issues of domestic abuse and violence against men. In most cases, the actual physical damage inflicted by men is so much greater than the actual physical harm inflected by women. The impact of domestic violence is less apparent and less likely to come to the attention of others when men are abused. For example, it is assumed than a man with a bruise or black eye was in a fight with another man or was injured on the job or playing contact sports. Even when men do report domestic abuse and violence, most people are so astonished men usually end up feeling like nobody believes them.

3. Domestic Violence Against Men - Alt.mens-rights FAQ - New Zealand Equality Educa
Educational Foundation promoting Sexual and Racial Equality incorporating the International ExFetus Association) domestic violence against men. Printed Resources domestic violence against men. http// battery.html
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(Petition against male-bashing change in the law) "Busted!" video. Center for Prevention of Domestic Violence 320 South El Paso Street Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903

4. Controlling Domestic Violence Against Men
Controllingdomestic violence against men. Copyright 2002 Other Chapters. Abstract Controllingdomestic violence against men. Charles E. Corry , Martin S An Enquiry Into The Adult Male Experience Of Heterosexual Abuse domestic violence against men
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5. Contents
Top. Violent Women. domestic violence against men by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D. domestic violence against men Outside Of Colorado. Top.
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6. Female Domestic Violence Against Men
Planned additions to these pages. There s a conference scheduled for March 1999 focussing on domestic violence against men. New! The Resource Links Page!
No more silence
News about these pages. Planned additions to these pages. There's a conference scheduled for March 1999 focussing on domestic violence against men. New! The Resource Links Page! Testimonials from men battered by women.
An unaddressed problem
Physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of men is something that doesn't get talked about very much. What's worse, when it does get talked about, discussion is almost always limited to the abuse that men do to men. Alot of people are very emotionally and politically invested in believing that violence isn't something that women do, and when the men who have been victims of women try to speak out they frequently encounter negative reactions ranging from outright denial to actual accusations that it's their own fault that they were abused. It's worse when those reactions come from self-identified feminists, who should just plain know better. There is no excuse for any feminist to deny female abusiveness or to attack any man for discussing their experiences of it. Male violence against women is adequately discussed elsewhere, and so I'm devoting some space to talk about this topic, which is not adequately discussed at all.

7. Domestic Violence Against Men
domestic violence against men. The latest surveys show that women are five times more likely than men to report domestic violence against them.
Domestic Violence Against Men For decades there has been proof that women have regularly attacked men behind the closed doors of the home. With feminism now in rapid decline the true facts are emerging. This article by DAVID HUGHES has opened many eyes. If you want to find an example of ultra-successful brainwashing of the public by the media, you need look no further than the subject of domestic violence; though I have to admit that child abuse runs it a close second. If you ask the man-in-the-street what he thinks domestic violence is, he will probably tell you that it is men attacking women within the family. If you further ask him why he thinks this, he will tell you that he has heard it many times in TV news broadcasts, read about it in newspapers and magazines and has seen adverts about it on television.
4.2% of men and 4.2% of women perpetrate the crime of domestic violence. In other words they had discovered that men and women are equally violent.

8. Female Domestic Violence
Related issues Domestic Violence, Women s Violence. Controlling domestic violence against men. Abstract. People hit and abuse family members because they can.
Female Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence Women's Violence Controlling Domestic Violence Against Men Abstract 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. Such provocation of the human male is dangerous. Studies consistently find women use weapons more often in assaults than do men (~80% for women; ~25% for men). Women are significantly more likely to throw an object, slap, kick, bite, or hit with their fist or an object. There is no support in the present data for the hypothesis that women use violence only in self defense. Three common reasons women give for male abuse are: to resolve the argument; to respond to family crisis; and to " stop him bothering me." Male abuse of a woman, requiring self defense, is one of the less-frequently stated reasons by women for their assaults. Our research shows that a gender-balanced approach to domestic violence is essential in order to reduce both the frequency and severity of such incidents for both men and women. Present laws and practices appear to commonly have the opposite effect.

9. Indian Life: The Forgotten Victim: Domestic Violence Against Men - Statistical D
You are Here Articles Indian Life NovDec, 2001 Article. The Forgotten Victim domestic violence against men.(Statistical Data Included) Indian Life, Nov
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Although for many it seems hard to believe, men in North American society are being domestically abused by their wives or girlfriends in roughly the same amount as women are abused by their male partners. How often in a day do we North Americans see violence against men, both from other men and from women? Simply watching an hour or two of television will give some idea as to the answer. Violence against men is a common sight, even to the level of it being humorous. It is very common to see a woman strike a man in jest or in frustration or for whatever reason, more often than we would ever see a man strike a woman. In fact, in our mainstream society the only time we see a man strike a woman, be it a slap, punch or push, is when a perpetrator or villain is abusing a woman. However, we often glimpse a woman slapping a man's face for something he said.

10. Domestic Violence Against Men In The United States
domestic violence against men In The United States.
Domestic Violence Against Men In The United States
EJF Home Find Help Join the EJF Comments? ... DV index
Other Chapters If Your Man Knew You Feared His Potential For Violence Controlling Domestic Violence Against Men Violent Touch: Breaking Through The Stereotype The Face Of Battering ... An Enquiry Into The Adult Male Experience Of Heterosexual Abuse The following stories are hearsay and have been gathered from many sources in a nearly random fashion. Sources include a number of men who have written us about their abuse or they are Equal Justice Foundation members. Such stories are used whenever available and there is reason to believe the tales are accurate. In Colorado, where the Equal Justice Foundation is headquartered, we estimate we hear of no better than 1 in 1,000 cases of abused men, and about 1 in 10 of those are coherent enough to present as a vignette. For the rest of the country our guess is that we hear of fewer than 1 in 10,000 cases of violent women and only a few of those are presented here. If you have suffered physical or mental abuse from a female partner and would like to have your summarized story included, please e-mail us at:

11. Domestic Violence Statistics Abuse\pg13c
It will not look at domestic violence against men or children and originally 0SW refused to countenance the inclusion of femaleto-female violence, despite the
Men's Rights Agency - Domestic Violence Published in The Independent Monthly - November 1995, this article written by John Coochey, a Canberra based economist, raised the issue of false statistics being used by extreme feminists to lobby for government funds and further their own agenda. John also recognised and alerted the public to the questionable methodology proposed for use in Carmen Lawrence’s $1.3 millionWomen’s Safety Survey that was published in December 1996. ALL MEN ARE BASTARDS Dodgy figures and suspect ideological interpretations give the impression that violence by men against women is rampant says JOHN COOCHEY. The reality is very different. NAOMI WOLFE wrote a best seller, The Beauty Myth , based on the premise that 150,000 American women die of anorexia nervosa each year. The actual figure for 1991 was 54, according to the US National Centre for Health Statistics, These days people will accept even the wildest claims, as long as they make women out to be victims. Particularly if they also put men in a poor light.

12. Domestic Violence Against Men (UK, TV Channel 4)
domestic violence against men. Crisis Lines. Thanks to Lindsay Jackel in Australia Sun, 10 Jan 1999. Below is a review of the UK Channel
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Sun, 10 Jan 1999 Below is a review of the UK Channel 4 the documentary program, Dispatches,
on FEMALE on MALE DV, screened on Thursday 7 January 1999: Source
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    Thursday 7 January 1999 UK TV Channel 4, 21:00 DISPATCHES A six foot security guard is knocked unconscious... stabbed and beaten - by his girlfriend - who is under five foot. A weeping police officer describes how his wife tried to suffocate him with a pillow while he was sleeping. In a specially extended Dispatches reporter DEBORAH DAVIES reveals the extraordinary results of the largest ever survey of male victims of domestic violence. Dispatches talks to men about why they have suffered yet stayed and have no faith in the police, and to women who explain why they are violent to the partners they love. The First Step Centre run a helpline for people experiencing domestic violence offering advice, information and counselling.

13. Family Violence -- Index
Chapter). The Nature of domestic violence against men. So, you Violence. The Nature of domestic violence against men. The following
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but few talk about it very much. Why not?
History of the politics of DV The Facts About Spousal Conflict: Personal Responsibility Must Be Expected in Public Policy. The Nature of Domestic Violence Against Men ... So, you think that you are being abused... or maybe you don't think so... Telling the Truth about Domestic Violence Controversy Within Family Violence Research Leading Causes of Death by age group and sex
US Murders 1995
US Murders 1996 The troubles with DV murder statistics Massive, government-sponsored hate propaganda that demonizes all Canadian men at the Canadian National Clearing House on Family Violence, a Health Canada web site The ACLU Sports Hall of Shame — Hate Crimes Against Women?

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16. Domestic Violence, Spousal Abuse And Emotional Abuse: Dealing With Verbal Abuse
Whilst domestic violence is usually regarded as men battering women, men can be battered too See domestic violence against men and MAN2MAN The Site For
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"On average a woman will be beaten 32 times before she seeks help"
(Thames Valley Police statistic) Domestic violence is the second most reported crime, accounting for about 25% of violent incidents reported to the police. Between a quarter and a third of all women experience some form of domestic violence from the male partner or ex-partner. Almost half of all murders of women are committed by their male partner. The British Medical Journal ( BMJ volume 311, January 1995) reported that women subjected to physical abuse are more likely to report mental health problems including anxiety, depression, and attempts at suicide. serial bully chillingly familiar. Domestic violence can be physical as in assault and battering, or it can be psychological as with constant criticism, refusal to acknowledge or support, or the deliberate use of silence, perhaps for weeks at a time. Often a violent partner is sexually violent and inadequate. Sometimes the violent partner may be abusing or sexually abusing their children. For insight into abuse click here.

17. Resource List: Domestic Violence Against Men In Colorado
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18. What Is Domestic Violence?
their boyfriend. 8. In 1996, 150,000 instances of domestic violence against men involved abuse by a spouse of lover. 9. More than
What is domestic violence?
Domestic violence is an epidemic that is sweeping the nation and can include any or all of the following types of abuse by a parent, child, spouse, or lover.
Domestic violence is an epidemic that is sweeping the nation and can include any or all of the following types of abuse by a parent, child, spouse, or lover. One type of domestic abuse involves hurtful physical acts that include pinching, slapping, beating, kicking, punching, pulling of the hair, and the actual use of weapons. These weapons can include but are not limited to knifes, guns, belts, bats, vehicles, cigarettes or lighters, curling irons, hammers, tire irons or gardening tools. bodyOffer(27566) Another type of abuse is sexual in nature. A few examples of sexual abuse include rape, forced or coerced sexual acts, incest, molestation, fondling, forced viewing or participation of pornography, sexual jokes and even insults concerning the victims sexuality or performance. The hardest abuse to prove is that of a psychological nature. The intentional degradation of self-esteem by insults or belittling conduct as well as excessive limitations or control over another persons behavior, financial freedom, or interaction with others. Domestic violence and abuse knows no boundaries as far as race, religion, age, sex, geographic location, sexual orientation, or financial and social standing.

19. October Is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month But Despite More Than Twen
declining number of cases being reported by women, you’ll note that the Justice Department, now puts the relationship of domestic violence against men to be
Back to Essays page How Many Domestic Violence Awareness Advocates Discriminate Against Women October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month but despite more than twenty years of consciousness raising and programs, in some key areas women are still being discriminated against. What is unusual, is that the discrimination is being supported by many awareness advocates. Twenty years ago, men and women killed their partners in roughly equal numbers, but now far fewer women are killing their male domestic partners. According to a comparison study by Dr. Daniel Nagin a public policy expert at Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, there is a "substantial" difference in the rate of decline. He links this to improved economic circumstances and as importantly, legal advocacy programs for female domestic violence victims. Dr. Nagin told the New York Times (July 28, 1998): "The resources for women seem to be saving the men’s lives." Shouldn’t we at least try to put in place such programs for men, to see if they can be effective in preventing murders of women? Many domestic violence advocates resist this notion. Indeed, most reject any recognition at all for the fact that some women can be violent and controlling in their intimate relationships. The lowest official estimate puts it at 148,000 male victims a year and 838,000 female (National Criminal Victimization Survey-U.S. Justice Dept), while the highest, the National Family Violence Survey-funded by The National Institute of Mental Health-shows 1.8 million female victims and two million male.

20. Domestic Violence Links - New Zealand Equality Education Foundation
C Controlling domestic violence against men. Crime and Punishment; Rape and Revenge. domestic violence against men. Domestic and Sexual Violence Data.
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A B C D ... Z Links in Alphabetical Groups A Abolish Women's Refuges ! alt.mens-rights FAQ B Baseball Player's Domestic Violence Arrest Demonstrates How Men are Presumed Guilty in Domestic Disputes Battered Men Battered Men's Helpline Battered Women's Syndrome: Science or sham? ... "Busted!" video C Controlling Domestic Violence Against Men Crime and Punishment; Rape and Revenge Cult of the domestic-violence industry D DA: Were you hit? Wife: No! DA: You lie! David Gest Sues Liza Minnelli for $10 Million Dawn of the Feminist Police State Defending a Man who was Jailed for Resisting Violent Wife ... Domestic Violence Centre (New Zealand) E Emerson Case Emotional Terrorist Erste Virtuelle Buergerinitiative F Fairness on Domestic Violence on Television One News Family Research Laboratory Family Violence Femi-Fascism Flourishes ... First Course in the Dykist Language G Guest Editorial H Harried husband ends life Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned Henpecked husbands form club I If Your Man Knew You Feared His Potential For Violence Inaction by You Causes Pain for Others Inside Out reports - Domestic Violence Intimate Partner Abuse and High-Risk Behavior in Adolescents ... Is there a Batterer in the US Senate ?

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