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Ahhh so this is the famous feminist researcher who came up with the FALSE 1 in 4 college women are raped in their lifetime. She is an EXPERT advisor to the CDC on sexual violence and frequently cited by government agencies, charities, NGOs..... GYNOCENTRISM/ MALE DISPOSABILITY/ MISANDRY

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Title Ahhh so this is the famous feminist researcher who came up with the FALSE 1 in 4 college women are raped in their lifetime. She is an EXPERT advisor to the CDC on sexual violence and frequently cited by government agencies, charities, NGOs..... GYNOCENTRISM/ MALE DISPOSABILITY/ MISANDRY
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Date 11 May 2020 11:31 PM UTC (4 months ago)
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[–]TheLeftWillEatItself4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

The issue is that women like this openly (as seen in the text) assume that something like a hand on a women's butt is rape. Yet a man forced into actual sex was not raped.

So the 1 in 4 is so out of skew with what normal people consider rape. They have watered down what is considered rape so much that it makes a mockery of real rape victims.

She is one of a group of incredibly disgusting people.

[–]mellainadiba[S] 4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Long list of many:

How the model of domestic violence is applied around the world due to feminist creation of gendered domestic vioelence theory - Duluth Model that leads to battered men being arrested when they call the cops :

"When women use violence in an intimate relationship, the circumstances of that violence tend to differ from when men use violence. Men’s use of violence against women is learned and reinforced through many social, cultural and institutional experiences. Women’s use of violence does not have the same kind of societal support. Many women who do use violence against their male partners are being battered. Their violence is used primarily to respond to and resist the violence used against them. On the societal level, women’s violence against men has a trivial effect on men compared to the devastating effect of men’s violence against women."

Lets see what the data ACTUALLY shows:

The first part of this paper summarizes results from more than 200 studies that have found gender symmetry in perpetration and in risk factors and motives for physical violence in martial and dating relationships. It also summarizes research that has found that most partner violence is mutual and that self-defense explains only a small percentage of partner violence by either men or women. The second part of the paper documents seven methods that have been used to deny, conceal, and distort the evidence on gender symmetry. The third part of the paper suggests explanations for the denial of an overwhelming body of evidence by reputable scholars. The concluding section argues that ignoring the overwhelming evidence of gender symmetry has crippled prevention and treatment programs. It suggests ways in which prevention and treatment efforts might be improved by changing ideologically based programs to programs based on the evidence from the past 30 years of research.

Criticism of the feminist gendered model of DV and even what the creator of the above model said when she realised she f*cked up (but the model and similar gendered model are still being used today)

Criticism of the Duluth Model has centered on the program's insistence that men are perpetrators who are violent because they have been socialized in a patriarchy that condones male violence, and that women are victims who are violent only in self-defense.[15] Some critics argue that "programs based on the Duluth Model may ignore research linking domestic violence to substance abuse and psychological problems, such as attachment disorders, traced to childhood abuse or neglect, or the absence of a history of adequate socialization and training."[9][16] Others criticize the Duluth model as being overly confrontational rather than therapeutic, focusing solely on changing the abuser's actions and attitudes rather than dealing with underlying emotional and psychological issues.[16] Donald Dutton, a psychology professor at the University of British Columbia who has studied abusive personalities, states: "The Duluth Model was developed by people who didn't understand anything about therapy,"[9] and also points out that "lesbian battering is more frequent than heterosexual battering."[17] Philip W. Cook points out that in the case of homosexual domestic violence, the patriarchy is absent: there is no male dominance of women in same-sex relationships, and in fact, female on female abuse is reported more than twice as frequently as male on male abuse.[18]Furthermore, some critics point out that the model ignores the reality that women can be the perpetrators of domestic violence in heterosexual relationships, as well.

The creator herself has said:

"By determining that the need or desire for power was the motivating force behind battering, we created a conceptual framework that, in fact, did not fit the lived experience of many of the men and women we were working with. The DAIP staff [...] remained undaunted by the difference in our theory and the actual experiences of those we were working with [...] It was the cases themselves that created the chink in each of our theoretical suits of armor. Speaking for myself, I found that many of the men I interviewed did not seem to articulate a desire for power over their partner. Although I relentlessly took every opportunity to point out to men in the groups that they were so motivated and merely in denial, the fact that few men ever articulated such a desire went unnoticed by me and many of my coworkers. Eventually, we realized that we were finding what we had already predetermined to find."[20]

The Duluth Model is featured in the documentary Power and Control: Domestic Violence in America with commentary from its authors as well as its main critics, such as Dutton.[21]

Erin Pizzey the founder of Chiswick Women's Aid, the first ever refuge in the world for victims of domestic violence notes in an interview in The Red Pill that men and women are equally capable of domestic violence, though over time domestic abuse shelters have shifted to be almost exclusively for battered women. [22]

Their [feminists] ideology also asserts that men were impervious to any therapeutic intervention, courtesy of their deeply ingrained patriarchal privilege.According to this new model they precluded anything but criminal treatment for men’s alleged violence toward women and children. Laws were passed that specifically forbade any couples intervention for men accused.[23]

Learn more:

https://becauseits2015.wordpress.com/2016/08/06/a-non-feminist-faq/

[–]Mick_Donalds2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

They do this shit in the military too.

"75% of all females in the military are sexually assaulted when deployed!!!!!!"

Yeah, no. No, they're not. That's called "Regret rape" from the OVER 75% of women in the military who are in fact, openly promiscuous and have guilty feelings later and decide to answer "yes" to the "did you experience unwanted sexual contact/assault/trauma while deployed?" question on the post-deployment health assessments.

[–]Arteemiis0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Would call her a heck ton of things...

[–]itsalexcl0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

And I call this unwanted opinion. Fucking moron.



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