Feminism has a Pinocchio Nose!
Very well. Here is something I got from a correspondent in another part of the world. The grim news that women are as violent as men (at least domestically) has been slow to infiltrate the collective noggin — and certain people have done their damnedest to postpone that dawning realization. But new evidence keeps arriving, adding piles upon heaps upon mounds to the impressive stack of data we already possess.
Most MRAs that I know would be quite happy to "call it even", and say that men and women are equal across the board in all categories of reprobate household behavior. That is because most MRAs have no desire to "make women look bad", they just want the truth to be told. Feminists, by contrast, do indeed want to make men look bad—the badder the better! And they've been hard at work on this project from the moment they first launched their movement back in the radical 1960s.
They started their domestic violence smear campaign some time in the mid-1970s, and they've been flailing away ever since, with no sign of slackening their pace. Yes, by now you'd think they would know better, and yet those lying sacks of shit are still at it today, like robots with no conscience or scruples, perpetual motion machines running the same loop over and over and over. . . . until somebody arrives with a sledgehammer and smashes the goddamned thing to flinders!
But look now, what an odd perversion of poetic justice it is, that our sector is getting more than it ever wanted in the realm of vindication. For there is now considerable evidence to hand, not merely that the sexes are equally violent or vile, but that within certain categories, women are (heaven help us) the front runners!
I feel quite ambivalent about announcing such things. I'd really rather that men and women should be "equal", as the feminists are fond of saying. And yet . . . the truth, in whatever shape it finally settles, must be exhibited to the world in a mode of strict impartiality. We owe ourselves no less.
And so I offer here a recent collection of such male-exonerative and female-inculpative statistics. The feminists will find, I make no doubt, a blessed comfort in knowing that men commit overwhelmingly more sexual abuse of children than do women—even if the total number who actually behave so, is miniscule when measured as a percentage of the male population.
As you will see, the study was made in WA. At first, I thought this was the abbreviation for my very own state of Washington in the USA. But no. It stands for 'Western Australia'. . .
This will upset the fems and the BBC. Each new study makes it harder for their lies to stand up. Please pass this far and wide.
Dads not the Demons
20 July 2009
Recent data from the Department of Child Protection in Western Australia (WA) has debunked a common misconception about fathers and violence. The data shows that natural mothers are far more likely to abuse children than their natural fathers, other than in sexual abuse, where mothers were responsible for only 13% of cases.
The past practice of lumping together de factos, live-in boyfriends and overnight male guests together with fathers as “male carers” has led to skewed beliefs about who abuses children. In releasing these recent figures that identify natural fathers separately, the DCP has provided a clearer picture of who is likely to abuse children.
The figures - obtained under Freedom of Information provisions - provide a clearer picture of who is likely to abuse children in families. The data show that there were 1505 substantiations of child abuse in WA during 2007-8.
Natural parents were responsible for 37% of total cases. Of these, mothers are identified as the perpetrator of neglect or abuse in 73% of cases, including over 50% of cases of physical abuse. The accompanying graph shows the breakdown of parents responsible for each form of abuse.
Micheal Woods, an academic from the University of Western Sydney, said:
“The data is not surprising - it is in line with international findings regarding perpetrators of child abuse. And the figures do undermine the myth that fathers are the major risk for their children’s well-being”.
The release of this data is timely, and shows the need for solid evidence in developing legislation and policies affecting families. Recently, some radical groups have attacked the Family Court for its role in encouraging shared parenting after separation, claiming that this placed children at risk from violent fathers. Selected instances where fathers have harmed children were used to suggest that this is a common occurrence, and that shared parenting legislation placed children at increased risk.
However, this newly available information demonstrates that while there are some abusive fathers, there are in fact a larger proportion of violent and abusive mothers. This should not mean that children are automatically placed into the care of fathers to reduce risks of abuse, but rather that unrepresentative anecdotes of violent fathers should not influence legislation and policies designed to protect children.
The difficult task faced by the Family Court in trying to ensure the best interests of children should not be compounded by irrational fear-mongering, but rather by a considered examination of the evidence. Shared parenting may be inconvenient for one parent, or even unwanted, but with changing social roles many more men after separation want to be actively involved in their children’s lives. And in the vast majority of cases, their children will be very safe in their care.
View or Download this document or chart from http://www.fatherland.info/parenting/
Also, please see the related article published on the weekend in PerthNow:
More reports of WA mothers mistreating children, by Nick Taylor