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originally posted by: abe froman
So would you use this same argument to explain why men and women beat children?
Is that also a "coping mechanism"?
What is rarely talked about is emotional abuse - while men tend to dominate in the physical sense, women tend to dominate in the emotional sense.
“I’m worried that the domestic violence debate is being used as a Trojan horse to push the left wing feminist position, saying that we’re a patriarchy, there’s a demonisation of men here, if you listen to Rosie Batty. Every man is a potential wife basher. Every woman is potentially at risk.”
Yes Mark, Rosie Batty is using the horrific, violent and tragic death of her beloved son at the hands of a man who systematically abused her over many years, to push the left wing feminist man-hating agenda. I mean, that makes total sense, and by total sense I mean none at all.
His obsession with attacking Batty every time someone gives him an opening needs to stop. His use of mainstream media to publicly bully her needs to end, yesterday.
Rosie Batty’s campaign to weed out the domestic violence that lurks in “every nook and cranny” of Australia now has a national platform.
In September 2015 she called on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to close Australian immigration detention facilities due to the incidence of rape and sexual assault
In the 20-minute clip posted to the Triple M website, Latham alleged a group of self-appointed, unelected elites were trying to re-engineer Australian society.
He also accused Australian of the Year Rosie Batty of being part of a feminist group using domestic violence for political gain and a campaign "against all Australian men".
rarely talked about is emotional abuse
When faced with the oft-asked question, “Why didn’t she just leave?”, Ms Batty reiterated what all domestic violence services say: that the question of why a woman stays is not the main point.
“They don’t want to leave — they just want ... the violence to stop,” Ms Batty said.
“Why would you want to leave your home, your family, the dreams that you’ve built? Nobody wants to leave something [like that].