Have you been Stang Riden? Peter explains.
The Henpecked Club existed from the year 1700 through to 1975, making it the longest running domestic violence support group in the world.
I was initially surprised that the police offered to remove me from my home when my wife became violent toward me. They said that my children would have to remain with the perpetrator.
Despite being a pin-up boy for the White Ribbon movement, Dr. Tanveer Ahmed made the mistake of attempting to discuss some of the contributing factors to male violence.
The White Ribbon Campaign in Australia is on the hunt for gullible males to act as domestic violence spies. Where better to look for recruits than among school age boys.
Male victims of partner violence are beginning to receive recognition in society, despite the fact they have been ridiculed for centuries for admitting their experiences publicly. Malcolm J. George wrote a classic article on the subject, and we are pleased to republish it for readers of AVfM.
Reciprocal violence between men and women is usually blamed on the male even when a women admits to physically attacking a men first. New contributor Mark Dent provides an example of the mystifying double standards in the case of NFL footballer Ray Rice.
There has been quite a bit of media attention to the remarks of Whoopi Goldberg about women who commit violence against men with the idea that they are untouchable. Paul Elam offers some editorial on the matter.
Why did you stay with her? It’s a question asked of men who have endured relationships with highly abusive women. John Ribner tells his story.
According to the Duluth model, a male abuser typically goes through a “cycle” of abuse. In her recent book psychologist Kimberly Taylor details the cycle of the typical female abuser for whom the Duluth model failed to give any account.