“When she backhanded me in the mouth until I lost consciousness.”
Why doesn’t she leave? Or why didn’t she leave sooner? Some flavor of that is inevitability asked when hearing of the terrors of an abusive relationship.
aggression, affection, violence, love
how does she separate them when she learned so early that they’re inextricably bound
“We come last—after women and children.”
“We are always the aggressors and women are always the victims. Unlike what you white knights think, women can do wrong and men can be victims.”
I’m fascinated by deviance, especially in the sexual realm and even more so when those crimes are committed by women.
72% of all murder-suicides involve an intimate partner; 94% of the victims of these murder suicides are female.
What many tend to neglect is that in the real world of feminism, the issue of domestic violence is not a women’s issue – it’s a people’s issue.
“When you find yourself not telling friends or family about things your SO has done/the way you’re being treated because ‘they wouldn’t understand’ and you don’t want to make your SO look bad.”
You don’t have to justify to anyone the reasons you didn’t leave right away.