Thought Catalog – my thoughts on whiteribbon.org and domestic violence

28 Oct

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What is different about whiteribbon.org is that the scholarly work under way attempts to understand domestic violence as something both men and women suffer from, and something that both men and women participate in. Domestic violence is understood as a tragedy, particularly when there are children involved, witnessing and often suffering from violence themselves, because this is likely the key way a new generation of abusers is born. If we sincerely want to address the problem of domestic violence, we need to understand it as first and foremost a human tragedy.

Only addressing half the problem will solve nothing.

http://thoughtcatalog.com/janet-bloomfield/2014/10/5-facts-about-domestic-violence-to-consider-this-november-and-every-other-month-too/

http://thoughtcatalog.com/janet-bloomfield/2014/10/5-facts-about-domestic-violence-to-consider-this-november-and-every-other-month-too/

4 Responses to “Thought Catalog – my thoughts on whiteribbon.org and domestic violence”

  1. That_Susan October 28, 2014 at 11:08 #

    You’re absolutely right, and I’ve signed the petition. I’ll be so glad, too, when violence against children is taken just as seriously.

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  2. nrjnigel October 28, 2014 at 18:29 #

    This is an important step in simply getting so much factual information that has been “sat on ” by those keen to coopt this issue to act as a respectable shield. It is an inspired approach.

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  3. George Makedon October 30, 2014 at 23:58 #

    This is the despicable and castrated maginas’es punishment ! Sad but inevitable . They had it coming for so long .

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