Domestic Violence Industry

Abuse Industry Paves the Royal Road to the Welfare State

In a little-publicized move, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger recently approved a bill that creates a new multi-million dollar entitlement. Signed into law during the waning months of his second term, Senate Bill 782 bans landlords from kicking out scofflaw tenants who are victims of domestic violence. The law defines a domestic violence victim as any …

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Texas Attorney General Can’t Cite “Tens of Thousands” of Super Bowl Sex Slaves Figure

In the second meeting of the Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force held November 17, 2010, state Attorney General Greg Abbott said, “Recent Super Bowls provide a sobering picture of what can happen …The Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking (FCAHT) reported that tens of thousands of women and minors were trafficked in the Miami area …

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Canada’s New Travel Attraction for Women: Murder Tourism

The arrests in Indonesia of 28 male prostitutes – accused by the authorities of selling sex to female tourists illustrates a surging global phenomenon – that of sex tourism catering to western women. This brand of sex tourism has been observed in many countries including Jamaica, Jordan, Senegal, Ukraine and elsewhere. Canada however may be …

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URGENT ACTION ALERT! Stop the I-VAWA Lies Now!

The upcoming week will be the last days of the Lame Duck session of Congress. But this is no time for complacency! This past Tuesday the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee approved the International Violence Against Women Act. Now the VAWA Mafia is trying to bring this anti-family bill for a full Senate vote. We can’t …

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Countering APA Mythology: A Response to Christopher Kilmartin at The Good Men Project Magazine

I think this presents a unique opportunity. First, it is good to see the people of SPSMM reach outside their insulated academic enclave and take their ideology into forums where disparate views are allowed and encouraged. I also note that while I do not agree with some of the material presented in The Good Men Project Magazine, I am encouraged that its management is clearly not interested in an editorial orthodoxy and is willing to showcase a badly needed discussion directly in view of the public.

Men and Violence: Blaming the Blameless

If we want to reengineer men to be less violent, then perhaps their role as congenitally selected bodyguards is the first thing that needs to come into question. Perhaps we should confront men about their universally common knee jerk reaction to protect others in distress, even if violence is required. And perhaps we should confront women for selecting men with such capabilities.

Putting Faces on Victims – Stories of child abuse and domestic violence: When the political becomes personal

For 13 years I worked as a case manager and investigator handling child abuse cases for one of the largest child welfare agencies in the U.S.. During that time I saw the results of some of the most horrific violence and abuse imaginable. I saw the striped scars from shoulder to heal on the back and legs of a …

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