It will be a real interesting day when a woman runs a course of what women do wrong. I work as a men’s behavioural change practitioner. In the group, we talk about how it’s the ‘pattern of coercive control’ rather than the violence itself that actually causes the most damage to women’s lives, and it’s […]
Archive of November 2014
The NZ Herald this morning has shown the extent of its white knight complex as it gallops to rescue the honour of the Samoan woman in Australia accused of throwing her baby down a drain to kill it. Apparently, she is a loving auntie who adores children and appears entirely devoted to her family in […]
I asked myself that question many years ago and after being through the mill came to the conclusion that they do not. If you live in NZ, or in a Western country for that matter, you probably know who DOTCOM is and what he does for a job. Well, not apparently if you are on […]
The Glenn Inquiry into child abuse and domestic violence, set up in September 2012, has reported back with recommendations in its second report, announced here Glenn Inquiry Domestic Violence a Disaster. UPDATE: Report is now available for download here: The People’s Blueprint. Released the day after the fatal stabbing of a women with a protection […]
And guess what? It’s about ‘trafficking’ 18 Indian men. Unfortunately, no journalist will acknowledge that all previous publicity has misled the public to believe that human trafficking is all about women being kidnapped and exploited. It’s not; by far the most exploitation and abuse is of men.
Woman dead, two hurt The woman killed in a triple stabbing on Auckland’s North Shore this morning has been identified as Heidi Welman Scott, 41. She is the partner of Brent Scott, who is in custody after a police manhunt. The other two victims, both of whom have been in hospital, are Welman Scott’s daughter, […]
This story starts back here with Roger Sutton – another scalp for feminism followed by Andrew Litte feminazis’ new top white-knight and A big THANK YOU to Roger Sutton following Sutton’s resignation from CERA (Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority) after a complaint of sexual harassment. Amongst Roger Sutton’s impropriety is his ‘Visible G-string Friday’ comment, for […]
This article brought great joy and admiration to my heart. It is like a desert out there looking for women that my daughters can emulate so this was an important and well timed article. So often we hear of female hero’s who are no more than moaners about their lot in life. It is only […]
The Other Side of Partner Violence: A Counter-Balancing Review of International Studies and New Zealand Reports on Intimate Partner Family Violence
Here’s our report The Other Side of Partner Violence: A Counter-Balancing Review of International Studies and New Zealand Reports on Intimate Partner Family Violence, Jackson C, Laven H, Roberts V (November 2014) Download report: The other side of partner violence
What is really annoying me is the reaction from some quarters to any praise for Roger Sutton’s work during his time at CERA and for his dedication to the rebuild of Christchurch. The petty-skirt brigade would have Sutton strung higher than the engineer responsible for the collapse of the CTV building; the comparative media coverage […]
In one of his first statements, possibly his very first, about matters other than his freshly elected role as leader of the Labour Party, Andrew Little showed his true colours. He sided with feminist ideology against Roger Sutton, calling for him to be kicked much harder for his so-called ‘sexual harassment’.
Media Release: Fathers Lobby To Release Its Own Report On Family Violence Co-author Hans Laven of a new report ‘The Other Side Of Partner Violence: A counterbalancing review of international and New Zealand reports on Intimate Partner Violence’ said today that their report would identify serious flaws evident in the recently issued Glenn, Tolmie Death […]
Flag soon to be flying over the graves of countless thousands of male soldiers who died in an effort to keep our women and children safe…….
(NZ Herald, 17/11/14): In a joint statement, Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel and Christchurch City Council chief executive Karleen Edwards expressed sadness at the loss of “a stand-out leader for our city and region”. Yet one of these women was part of the Clark government that was responsible for much of the feminist excess that has […]
I think this story is worth following. There is comment from his estranged father. He used a passport in his birth name of Phillip John Traynor, and was not stopped at the border as his conviction was under his Smith alias. (I am wondering if that is he mother’s maiden name?) From what I have […]
Hi all, I’m after links to or copies of recent DV studies showing the ratio of abuse inflicted by each sex, needed to prepare myself for any rebutal using the old studies showing its a man thing. I did have some but cant seem to locate them. Thanks.
So I’m just a little confused with the IRD and how they work out “nights per year” for child support.
Three women yesterday protested outside the Auckland Central Police Station and media rushed to give them publicity. Groups of men have mounted many protests against systemic misandry, exploitation and sexism that contribute to more males committing suicide each year than die on the roads, but media almost always ignore the male protesters. Men just don’t […]
Criminologist Jan Jordan author of ‘The word of a woman’ has just been awarded $610,000 + GST to explore barriers to rape reform.
Some of us know what it is like to have to flee a violent woman, or be routinely removed from our houses and shoved out on the street, because society thinks a woman is always right. Guys have to spend the night(s) in a police cell, or if they are lucky on someone’s couch or […]
It is important to look back and see the quality of the decisions made in preparing the Domestic Violence Act. Those who don’t know history, are forever doomed to keep repeating it………… (Think Big, DV Act, Building Act, these alone total $100 billions of opportunity wasted and social self harm.) The act was prepared based […]
Legislation should be prepared and implemented with care. This is known as “legislation quality” and although given lip service in many countries, including NZ, it is more honoured in the breach! For example Attorney General reports noting that legislation breaches basic human rights, but it is passed anyway, under urgency. Fools rush in, where angels […]