Domestic Violence month has given something for males to celebrate
October is Domestic Violence month and one court case alone in West Virginia, USA, has given a shimmer of hope for men in this terrible time of gender discrimination against them. A group of men and women against discrimination (MAWAD) have taken the state’s family service board to court over discrimination laws. Not only are services being biased to men and boys when it comes to domestic violence but feminists are not allowing men or women to work in these services if they don’t believe in radical feminist ideology. They are being bullied by feminists who are retraining them in falsehoods and forced to practice things they know are not true. In this day and age of information there is no reason why feminist teaching should have any say what so ever in family affairs. We don’t follow ideologies any more and consider beliefs a personal thing. They don’t belong in the public arena.
The honorable Judge Stucky handed the Family Services Board of WV a resounding defeat, often citing gender bias and lack of science to their approach, quoting “a substantial chilling effect of suppressing their members expression of speech, thoughts and ideas relative to domestic violence by depriving them even of the opportunity to obtain certified services”. This often included preconceived untruths promulgated by the falsehoods of the domestic violence “experts” within these services. It also found that services “excluded Men and adolescent males from their statutory right to safety and security free from domestic violence for no other reason than their gender”.
Here is another group who are changing the environment to a ‘man-friendly’ one, when it comes to DV.
Respect has run the Men’s Advice Line since the end of 2006. It is available in England and Wales but they don’t reject callers from Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The manager of the helpline (Ippo Panteloudakis) regularly gives presentations, speaks at conferences and give interviews on male victims of domestic violence and the work they do on the helpline.
They also recently published a booklet for male victims, which, to the best of their knowledge, is the only one of its kind in the UK. You can download it through this webpage: http://www.mensadviceline.org.uk/pages/subpage1.html .
This website was re-designed recently to make it more user friendly for male victims. They also extended the opening hours of the Men’s Advice Line from 16 to 30 hours a week, have a dedicated email service attached to the helpline and people call them on a freephone number.
They speak to a lot of professionals too, who need advice and training and for that purpose they developed a toolkit for work with male victims. This will be uploaded on their website soon, meanwhile you can see the contents page here: http://www.mensadviceline.org.uk/pag…ning-tool.html .
The Men’s Advice Line was also accredited with the Quality Standard by The Helplines Association last year.
Sadly this group has the wonderfully sick Harriet Harman in power who wants nothing more than to follow flawed ideology.
Pupils as young as five will be taught about the evils of ‘wife beating’ and the need to form healthy relationships. The lessons are part of a controversial drive, unveiled today, to reduce violence against women and young girls. They will include teaching boys that they must not beat their partners or any other female.
Last night, critics warned that ministers are cramming the already over-stuffed National Curriculum with lessons that should be taught in the home or in the community. Others say the plan is part of the feminist agenda led by Harriet Harman in her role as Equalities Minister.
They pointed out the new classes will not cover violence against men, who are far more likely to be the victims of violent crime.
This is despite evidence showing that boys and young men are more than twice as likely to fall victim to violence, and that young women are becoming increasingly aggressive.
Just to note. New Zealand is doing this same teaching to school children. They taught this in first year teacher’s college and men felt like jumping off bridges after learning how horrible they were. This IMHO is one of the cruellest thing you could do to a child.