Male Violence

Male Violence

by Ross Bishop From the Pulse nightclub in Orlando to The Borderline bar in Thousand Oaks, CA . . . We have a problem. From the Emanuel African Methodist Church in Charleston, SC to the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh . . . We have a problem. For the thousands of women who will awaken this morning, black and blue from being beaten . .Read more

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