“Challenging the Gendered Discourse of Domestic Violence by The Gender Equity Network”

Perceptions of ‘typical’ incidences of domestic violence are deeply ingrained in the public consciousness. These ideas are heavily related to pervasive gender stereotypes and power associations between the sexes. However, whilst it is true that more women are victims of domestic violence than men, statistics regularly show that many incidences involve both men and women (intimate terrorism), or a female aggressor and male victim.”

“Challenging the Gendered Discourse of Domestic Violence by The Gender Equity Network”

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“This Incident Shows How A Mumbai Girl Saved An Uber Driver From Becoming A Victim Of Women Safety Laws Misuse”

“Accuse , just because he’s a man . Abuse , just because he’s a man. Since when have we become so illogical, that we blame a person for everything and anything?

This incident from Mumbai proves how some women are misusing the women safety laws for the purpose of falsely accusing innocent men and thus creating a gap between both the genders.”

“This Incident Shows How A Mumbai Girl Saved An Uber Driver From Becoming A Victim Of Women Safety Laws Misuse”

“This is why middle class white men are so angry”

Another white male bashing article which basically asserts that men are just upset about giving up privilege, rather than dealing with real life discrimination :

“On a psychological level, there is some truth to the angry while man phenomenon. Many feel like they can’t do what they used to be able to.”

“The key must be to reform male stereotypes to put value on flexible work and work in the health and caring industries where all the jobs growth is.”

“This is why middle class white men are so angry”

“Mexican policewomen battling corruption – BBC News”

Despicable mischaracterization and blatant, open discrimination agaisnt men :

“Mexican traffic police is turning to a women-only policy, because they regard women as less corrupt than men. Five years ago, authorities got rid of every man and decided only women should do the job. As part of the BBC’s 100 Women season, we spoke to Transit Police officer Judith Morales Garduno and her colleague Rosa Baeza Pena about fines, bribes, and women on duty.”