In the video posted below, a psychopath brutally attacks a man, punches him in the chest, hits him in the back with her knee, kicks him in the ribs, scratches his face, stabs him and nearly murders him, and then has the audacity to sue him!
If it was a man who had been the aggressor, it would have been dead silent in the courtroom, not to mention that he would have been headed straight to jail. However, since we are dealing with the privileged gender, it is a different story altogether.
For some reason, it is acceptable in society for a woman to hit a man, but not the other way around. Men are always the ones who end up on the wrong side of the law, even when innocent. Media does not show pictures of bruised and battered men. Even though men are half of the victims of domestic violence, 100% domestic violence shelters are for women, none for men. Women who file false cases of domestic violence are not punished by law.
The double standards are blatant and appalling.
Domestic violence against men is a serious problem, but men don’t report it not only due to social stigma but also because men are the ones who get arrested, even if they are victims. It doesn’t matter how violent a woman is, if a man pushes her away, even in self-defense, or in many cases does not even touch her and calls the police, he will be the one the police will arrest. This is due to the lies that the woman will come up with, and the police always side with women.
Male victims of domestic abuse are reluctant to report attacks because they are often subjected to false accusations themselves …. It was thought much of the underreporting was due to men feeling embarrassed by the stigma of being a domestic violence victim. But new research has suggested that many of those who do come forward risk being arrested themselves, after their abusers make false accusations against them.
Dr McCarrick said: “Men find it incredibly difficult to talk about their experiences of domestic violence because of the shame and emasculation they feel is associated with it. To find the courage to speak out, only to be accused of violence themselves, is incredibly disheartening and ultimately prevents countless men from reporting intimate partner violence.” – Telegraph