When did men and women have the right to vote in Canada???

Posted by on Aug 27, 2012 in feature | One Comment

One of the biggest issues I face are the comments that there are domestic violence services for women but not for men because women were denied the right to vote…. I even come across the same behaviour in equal parenting issue; because the patriarchy denied the women the right to vote the system is now […]

Fed on myths, preying on men

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in feature | No Comments

Fed on myths, preying on men Barbara Kay, National Post Published: Saturday, December 06, 2008   http://www.national post.com/ opinion/story. html?id=1039527    Thanks to Barbara Kay for being the only honest columnist in Canada on the issue of domestic violence. The data manipulation, lying and deceit generated by the DV (domestic violence)-industry is hard to imagine unless one knows […]

Battered men jostle for space in crowded Danish shelters*

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in feature | No Comments

Battered men jostle for space in crowded Danish shelters* http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5igteOZgLxUonr2XDC0JLWQqb0YTg Thorkild Vestergaard-Hansen, the director of the Mandecentret COPENHAGEN (AFP) – Battered women in Denmark have a multitude of shelters to choose from but men in need of a haven after divorce, losing their job or fleeing abusive wives have to elbow for room in just […]

observations point to young women who initiate physical fighting

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in feature, Women Behaving Badly | No Comments

January29, 2005Fingering the aggressor: A Eugene researcher’s observations point to young women who initiate physical fighting http://www.registerguard.com/news/2005/01/29/a1.dvresearch.0129.html By JeffWright The Register-Guard Eugen Oregon www.registerguard.com   It’s one thing to ask couples how often their arguments escalate to physical attack. It’s another to actually watch them go at it. Deborah Capaldi has. A senior scientist at Eugene’s Oregon […]

Feminist utopia, social nightmare

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in feature | No Comments

Feminist utopia, social nightmare By Carey Roberts 18 January 2005 Every era has its utopian movements that hold out the promise of social perfectability. One such movement is feminism, which claims the path to social nirvana is the liberation of women and the creation of a genderless society. One hundred years ago, feminism claimed that […]

Dying of political correctness

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in feature, Women Behaving Badly | No Comments

Dying of political correctness Kathleen Parker May 29, 2004   The American women of Abu Ghraib have put to eternal rest any notion that girls are made of sugar ‘n’ spice and prompted a flurry of possible answers to the question: How could women have done such things? Theories have run the gamut: They were […]

Female Sexual Predators: The Veiled Epidemic

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in feature, Women Behaving Badly | One Comment

Female Sexual Predators: The Veiled Epidemic by GordonE. Finley, Ph.D.     From the increasing frequency with which reports of female teachers having sex with their pupils are appearing in the print and electronic media to Lauren Book’s article “My Nanny Molested Me” in the February issue of Seventeen magazine, concerned citizens have every right to […]

Female sex offenders reveal cultural double standard

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in feature, Women Behaving Badly | One Comment

Female sex offenders reveal cultural double standard By Rebecca Morris Special to The Seattle Times   ELLEN M. BANNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES Warning signs For every teacher, coach, priest, counselor or Scout leader who sexually abuses children, there are thousands more who mentor, nurture, even parent a child in a healthy way outside a classroom […]

Study Sheds New Light On Prevalance Of Female Sex Offending Against Children

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in feature, Women Behaving Badly | No Comments

Study Sheds New Light On Prevalance Of Female Sex Offending Against Children New research undertaken by Child Wise, a leading Child Protection Agency working in Australia and overseas to prevent the sexual abuse of children revealed new statistics on the prevalence of female perpetrated child sexual abuse. Recent media coverage highlights the number of females […]

FEMALE SERIAL KILLERS

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in feature, Women Behaving Badly | No Comments

FEMALE SERIAL KILLERS Female serial killers have always been something of an anomaly in criminology and a puzzle for law enforcement. As Eric Hickey (1991) describes them, “These are the quiet killers, every bit as lethal as male serial murderers, but we are seldom aware of one in our midst because of their low visibility.”  One […]