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Male Domestic Abuse Victims | World Have Your Say (BBC World Service)

We hear from men who have been victims of domestic violence, perpetrated by women. What's it like trying to report it and get help? Listen now.

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The Australian government, in the face of the facts, persists in pushing a women good/men bad agenda. To see the way taxpayer funded domestic violence services are offered, go here: http://i.imgur.com/AORh8Db.jpg

Women: are offered protection from domestic violence

Men: are offered help becoming less violent.

I would suggest it is highly likely that a large proportion of male on female DV is the result of men being at the end of their tether having been denigrated in school and the media and by politicians pushing an anti-male agenda. In other words, those people saying things like “domestic violence is just violence against women” as Malcolm Turnbull recently did, are actually perpetrating the very thing they pretend to be countering.

October 8, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMichael Steane

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