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The Myth Of Male Power

Bestselling author Warren Farrell offers a new, non-dogmatic approach to the relationship between men and women–one that questions old myths and presents the building blocks needed for a deeper understanding and a stronger bond between the warring sexes.

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Another Australian Man’s Story of Domestic Violence & Coercive Control

I wasn’t allowed to do anything by myself if there were others around, and if I did so, I’d be made to feel like the biggest piece of work. She also had to be anywhere there were other females.

She made sure that every person that I worked with, or visited, or they visited us, was in no certain terms to know I was a “monster” to her. This essentially isolated me from my family and friends.

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Domestic Violence Study: Male Victims of Female-Perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence, Help-Seeking, and Reporting Behaviors: A Qualitative Study

Male victims noted how disclosure of abuse to family and friends was variously met with
shock, support, and minimization. Participants also reported secondary abusive experiences, with police
and other support services responding with ridicule, doubt, indifference, and victim arrest. The use of the term boundary crossing rather than IPV, which is commonly associated with male-against-female
violence, appeared to be a useful tool for eliciting information from men who have experienced abuse.

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Study Reveals Queens Were MUCH More Willing To Pursue Violence Than Kings

Scientists have proven historical queens were “38.8%” more likely to declare war than kings. Co-author Oeindrila Dube told The Times that there is a stereotype that men are greatly responsible for wars and genocides and that women are natural peace-makers, but “our research turns this stereotype on its head”.

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The Myth Of Male Power

Bestselling author Warren Farrell offers a new, non-dogmatic approach to the relationship between men and women–one that questions old myths and presents the building blocks needed for a deeper understanding and a stronger bond between the warring sexes.