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May 2, at It was refreshing to read a article on domestic violence free of most gender bias, only to be informed it has to do with politics.
I knew a woman who was cruel to her son, my best friend in grade school. Now I know the cause for his whippings; elephants and donkeys.
July 24, at 7: Men tend to be shallow and superficial about chosing a mate. When you are more worried about offending someone than saying the truth, you are a yellow journalist at that point. You make it sound like there is a global female conspiracy.
The fact is most of the ones who are like this just have their heads up their asses, mentally and emotionally. October 17, at 2: As you and others note, they are simply abusers, who come in almost all ideological varieties.
The conspiracy is feminists who deny that this is happening. February 24, at 5: Like-minded people, toxic or otherwise will band together for a like-minded cause. Best statement I have read regarding the true and dark depths of our new captors.
Do any others find themselves fleeing in a war of constant attrition? This could be a good article but the author tip toes around feminism as if it were an abusive partner.
The author forgets to mention that there is no shortage of well heeled feminists groups the world over who are determined to keep male victims out of the discussion on domestic violence. The complete whitewash of feminist rhetoric, that often calls for gendercide castration and the celebration of harm to men, as a funny line is outrageous.
The final two sentences are fruedian as they contain the only general description of the genders other than men being ogres of the past and fail to mention anything good about men. Even so the author should be commended for his courage in writing an article that takes even a shallow a look at the problem.
He certainly risks becoming anathema to his peers. Feminism is simply the opposite of misogynism and ultimately hinders true gender equality. Why not create a new group that has the ideology of equality for all that is more contemporary?
Feminism is broken and untrusted by men AND women. None have given me a proper response as to why it needs to exist beyond what we can ascertain ourselves. It tells me a Group, a Name, A label?
Is a Status to them. Makes them better than you. To assume that a group that is meant for good will only contain good minds is laughable, every human-made group will always attract the extremists who will change it from within like a cancer.
To be empowered, should only come from Achievements, Jobs, Educational merits. November 28, at Personal Introduction by Ellen Lacter, Ph.D. (Not included in the Noblitt’s work) I am very excited to be able to be able to post this chapter by Randall Noblitt and Pamela Noblitt to my website, courtesy of Praeger, the publisher, and the Noblitts.
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In recent years, child abuse among black African families has attracted a lot of attention, academically and politically in British social work practice following the tragic death of Victoria Climbie (Laming, ) and Adam (Sale, ).
Child abuse within Black African families is an important topic which has been given extensive attention in British social work research and literature to date. However, only a limited research on child abuse in African families have really considered the impact of socio-economic factors on social work interventions since the inception of the Children Act (England and Wales).