How many followers do you have?
Asked - Anonymous
807, not that I really go on tumblr much anymore.
About domestic violence, it's 48% against men in Canada and 45% in the U.S. - but what I found remarkable (as a woman) is that in 80% of cases where the woman hit a man, the man did NOT hit back. He just sucked up the damage. We think men are inherently violent, but when faced with violence 4 out of 5 guys didn't even hit back. Men are in a no-win situation. It seems that they can't do anything right in the eyes of their critics.
Asked - Anonymous
Thank you, it’s nice to hear another point of view, statistics really help prove a point also.
I am in no way condoning what happened in the USA, I am not suggesting that men or women are better than each other. This is not for ‘male privilege’, or ‘female privilege’. This #Yesallwomen stance is intoxicating, wrong, and misleading, consider something like #yesallpeople.
Have you considered that 40% of domestic violence cases in the UK are suffered by men?
Before people say males are inherently stronger, bigger, etc. Not all men resort to violence as a form of defence. Furthermore, domestic violence does not have to be physical.
I’m not saying women are the bad people, I’m not saying that man are the bad people, I’m saying that if female rights activists truly want equality, Truly want it. Then they would understand that you cannot blanket blame men. The same way you cannot blanket women for being the weaker sex. This is not fighting for equality, this is bringing people down to your level or lower, not bringing yourselves to an equal standing.
Equality is not about putting one above the other, man or woman, it’s about equal standing. I think some people have seriously lost this message when fighting for feminism.