The Partner Violence Reduction Act -- or "How to Fix VAWA"
1. Give first priority to real victims and reduce false allegations by constraining definitions and distinguishing between an allegation and a judicial finding of domestic violence.
2. Make the law gender-inclusive and removes discriminatory policies.
3. Seek to protect and restore families when the abuse is minor.
4. Remove harmful mandatory arrest, predominant aggressor, and no-drop prosecution policies, thus helping to restore due process.
5. Allow legal assistance to be provided both to the alleged victim and alleged offender.
6. Improve the accountability of domestic violence organizations.
7. Curb immigration fraud.
8. Remove provisions that violate the Constitution and restore civil rights to the accused.
This would undo the evil which feminism has inflicted on the world -- for the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was from first to last a feminist project, blessed by Andrea Dworkin herself, who famously remarked that "the senators do not understand the meaning of the legislation which they pass."
Do any of you feminists out there have anything to say for yourselves?
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