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Male Victims of Domestic Abuse

  • National Family Violence Legislative Resource Center:
    When we ignore male victims of domestic abuse, we also ignore their children, who continue to be damaged by witnessing the violence regardless of how severe it is.
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Bedfordshire Police's domestic abuse service is 'potentially dangerous' and may not afford protection to victims.

Well holely smoley .. tell us something we don’t know.

Is there  a local male victim of domestic abuse that hasn’t been laughed at by bedplod? 231 more words

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Establish 2016 as European Year to make all domestic abuse laws in the EU gender neutral.

A new petition has been launched on Change.org the successful website that has raised the profile of a number of social injustice cases such as : 153 more words

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Language Matters When Engaging Survivors of Domestic Violence in Discussion

Words have the power to be dangerous, and when you are speaking in terms of domestic abuse, semantics do matter.  So often, statements and quotes offered up in attempt to encourage a survivor of domestic violence actually end up having the opposite effect.   1,779 more words

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Persia Karema reblogged this on Blog Of A Mad Black Woman and commented:

Amy is spot on with this post.

There is always a light at the end of a dark tunnel.

Hi All,

This will be my first ever actual Blog post besides my previous introduction. I was hoping my first post would be something fun and easy to read but there has been something on my mind these past 2-3 weeks that just wont budge. 2,741 more words


Men's Issues Should Be Taken More Seriously

I’m a feminist. What that means is that I’m all for gender equality. As a feminist, I think we should take men’s issues more seriously. The following statements are basically society’s attitude towards some of the issues that men face. 244 more words


New Publication: How does domestic abuse impact disabled women's access and utilisation of maternity care?

SDHI researchers Jenna Breckenridge and Thilo Kroll, in collaboration with researchers from the Universities of Manchester, Edinburgh and Queen’s University Belfast, have recently published a review of the literature relating to disability, domestic abuse and access to maternity care… 73 more words

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