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It is a not always what it seems!

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Comment by Jerry B on June 21, 2014 at 5:25pm
When you get a chance look at the CDC website. 47% of domestic violence victims are male...Nothing but pure facts...
Comment by Anthony on June 21, 2014 at 8:25am
It's f***** up that everybody was in her defense when he was the aggressor but when the tables turned everyone just sat back and laughed!!!!! I, myself don't condone domestic violence but sometimes women tend to provoke a man into wanting to put his hands on her, personally I just take a long walk
Comment by Anthony Phoenix on June 17, 2014 at 2:45pm

I'm not really surprised by the video, I've witness where a woman beat the snot out her man as was still attrested for assult by the police!

Comment by Mike k on June 17, 2014 at 10:40am

@Jerry & D, I'm not denying the fact that abuse on men from women exists, I'm sure it happens but I seriously doubt to the extent that you are proclaiming. At the end of the day the law is primarily concerned about and acts in the best interest of the children when it applies to domestic/family matters. Although there have been more recognition of men/fathers rights, family courts still primarily recognize children as the property of mothers/women. This bias is even more evident in the black community because the courts can assert the statistics of overwhelming fatherless families to justify their bias. The simple reality is that in the face of abuse men have more options to walk away.  

Comment by dao on June 17, 2014 at 7:29am
Well done vid
Comment by DL Goodman on June 16, 2014 at 11:07pm

Double standard at work.....

Comment by D on June 16, 2014 at 8:40pm

mike, these things do happen, and we must all do our part to safe guard the victims of domestic violence, be it man, woman or child

Comment by Jerry B on June 16, 2014 at 7:21pm

Disingenuous??? Dude, you're sadly mistaken yourself. I just completed some contract work at a female prison in the South Most of the women with violent crimes involved a man and the vast majority of them admitted doing the act because they knew their offense wouldn't be taken seriously as a man.  If a man even breathes at a women wrong she can call the police and he'll be locked up just on her word alone with no proof. Men stay and don't report it because police and judges like you "Mike K" will simply ignore it...If he leaves she'll get everything and he may end up living on the streets...That 1950s mentality is played and inaccurate. Peace, Clarity, And Blessings To All...

Comment by Joy on June 16, 2014 at 6:44pm
Mike I use to work at a family advocacy center and you would definitely be surprised by how many men stay with an abusive woman.
Comment by Mike k on June 16, 2014 at 6:07pm

@Jerry, C'mon it is disingenuous to suggest that abuse from women is in anyway proportionate to that of men. The fact is that women are more prone to sustained abuse because of the burden of children & financial dependence. Therefore, they are less inclined to walk away from abusive environments. I don't know of any man who would stay in an environment with a woman treating him that way.   

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