Women Use False Allegations of Domestic Violence To Win
Custody, Support and The Residence In Divorce
If she cuts up your clothes, destroys your things, that is domestic violence.
If she mocks and belittles your friends and won't let them come around the house, that is domestic violence
If she complains about your working long hours to pay the bills she runs up, that is domestic violence.
If she complains that you are not working enough to suit her, that is domestic violence.
If she belittles your parenting or domestic skills, that is also domestic violence.
Women are more violent, more abusive and simply much more dangerous then men. The research demonstrates that conclusively and puts the lie to feminist propaganda that men are the dangerous gender. When women attack men, the injuries are usually much more serious then when men attack women. (Please spare us the odd anecdote to the contrary).
If Your Wife Denies Your Children Access To You, That Is Child Abuse
It is time we stopped pretending that men are not victims of domestic violence and demand that the courts, the police and the other parties profiting from our abuse acknowledge this reality and fund the search for the fair and equitable solution to domestic violence.
The solution cannot come about until society admits that women are as guilty of domestic violence as they think men are.
If you have been assaulted by your wife, speak up. File criminal charges. Take the children and leave the house or get a restraining order against her.
Women assault more men and inflict more damage then the reverse. You are not alone. Violent women outnumber violent men.
Ironic that lesbian domestic violence is common.
When your ex denies you access to your children that is domestic violence against you. Recognize it and understand that you are being assaulted in this as surely as if she attacked you with a knife.
If your wife slaps you, hits you, pushes or shoves you, that is domestic violence regardless of whether or not there is any visible injury.
If she slaps you, kicks you, throws things at you, that is domestic violence.
If she pours a pot of hot water on you, threatens you with a kitchen knife that is domestic violence,
If she belittles your income, your sexual prowess or calls you names and humiliates you that is domestic violence.
If she locks you out of the house, that is domestic violence.
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