Male Violence II

Male Violence II

Most men today are doing very well. They finish school, make healthy choices, and accept the world of work and the responsibilities of family. For men like these, opportunities today are excellent.

For others however, the transition is more difficult. For these men life is a constant challenge. Their masculinity is always on the line.

Domestic Violence

We call it “domestic violence” as one way of segregating out violence against women (which it largely is). Thirty five percent of women in America have experienced rape, physical violence or stalking by a partner. Although this problem is concentrated in poor and minority households, it is not unknown throughout the culture (1). Around the globe, 30 percent of allRead more