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Q: Why does this website refer mainly to women?
A: Davina James-Hanman responds
This website has largely referred to victims as women and children and to perpetrators as male. According to the latest figures from the Home Office*, out of an estimated 635,000 incidents of domestic violence in 2001/2 in England and Wales – 81 per cent of the victims were women and 19 per cent were men.
Why does this writer have to make any distinctions at all?
There is no real reason why the writer cannot refer to the victim as ‘he or she’ or even just ‘the victim’, is there?
Why present us with unsolicited ‘statistics’?
In an obvious effort to justify the unnessescary gynocentric bias of the article, Home office figures are offered – however, many men simply do not elect to report abuse, for a variety of reasons.
The BBC is deeply rooted in institutionalised feminism, yet is legally required to be impartial. As you can see , with a little slight of hand , this ‘impartiality’ is easy to achieve whilst still managing to demonise men.
Isn’t it astonishing how easy it is to dissassemble this with a little thought? What kind of ‘progressive’ , ‘egalitarian’ social movement appropriates victimhood?
‘Men Working To End Violence Against Women’
I do not support or endorse this campaign.
‘Why?’, I hear you ask!
‘Surely an end to violence against women is a good idea!’
Of course it is! An end to violence against anyone is a good idea.
However, look closely at this site..
Why is the focus solely on men as perpetrators of violence against women?
Could the mission statement and focus of this organisation be another propagation of the ‘men bad, women good’ myth you see in the feminised countries?
Isn’t this a bit like naming an organisation ‘blacks against street crime’? Of course, the ludicrious and insulting implication of this name would be that most perpetrators of street crime are black. This would be very wrong – so why the double standard?
So, why aren’t women also being asked to end violence against men, too? In fact, why doesn’t the white ribbon mission statement simply read ‘working to end violence’?
Feminists will argue that domestic violence is mostly perpetrated by men. This is a common tactic used to justify and cloak the anti-male bias of the domestic violence industry.
But surely, even if most victims are women – in fact, even if just one man is a victim of violence – shouldn’t he be represented and protected too?
Undoubtedly, people with very good intentions have joined this organisation – but this is a prime example of feminism using a façade of charity to promote and engineer division and mistrust between the sexes.
If you would like to contact them with regard to the anti-male focus of their campaign and mission statement, you can petition them here.
Tel: 07941 597584
email: info@whiteribbon campaign.co.uk
..If you’re an adult male and you’re seated next to a child, you may have to move.
There is no equivalent ruling for female passengers.
The ‘All Men Are Bastards’ knife block from http://www.iwantoneofthose.com/knife-block/index.html
This company does not also sell an ‘All Women Are Bitches’ knifeblock. Neither should they – but why the double standard?