In 2014, the Office of National Statistics stated that a third of domestic abuse victims are male. That’s 700,000 men a year…that’s 1,917 men a day…that’s one man a minute suffering domestic abuse.
As an advocate for equality for men and women, my personal opinion is that this question should be one that both sexes can answer, just as we should be able to acknowledge the positives of being a woman.
Time and again, reason and statistics have highlighted the institutional sexism of the disposable male as a weapon and sacrifice…
Today’s feminism fights a new and changed Western world with an old definition of what it means to fight for equal rights.
After we broke up, she saw me in that same bar and, in front of at least thirty people, threw my own drink over me and extinguished her cigarette…on my chest.
First, I’m sorry feminism had to exist in the first place. I’m sorry about the past where women, as capable and wonderful as my own mother, my sister and as capable and strong as I know my daughters will be, were made to feel inferior, robbed of choices and treated as objects to be used and abused.