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wat are ur views on it, has anyone been a victim or known anyone who has been a victim
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i think that domestic violence is one of the most evil things ever and should be stopped
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There should be more awareness about husbands suffering at the hands of their wives. It's not that uncommon but people don't seem that aware of it...
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Yes i agree, completly...there is no need for it at all.

What is the definition of domestic violence? If someone tried to burgal my home i would be violent
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There should be more awareness about husbands suffering at the hands of their wives. It's not that uncommon but people don't seem that aware of it...
Agreed. I know for a fact I would never hit a woman. I can remember a situation a few years ago when a 19 stone rugby player used to get beat up by his wife. Obviously if he wanted to he could have hurt her badly, but because he would never hit a woman he just let her hit him. Because it is rather embarrising for such a man to be known to be beat up by his wife he let it go on for years..
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Yes i agree, completly...there is no need for it at all.

What is the definition of domestic violence? If someone tried to burgal my home i would be violent
Domestic in terms of 'within the immediate family', ie. violence towards spouses or children.
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There should be more awareness about husbands suffering at the hands of their wives. It's not that uncommon but people don't seem that aware of it...
Yes i definitly agree to that... although i think the law stands the same for both sexes? or is it its usual sexist self? All this equal sex rights has turned a full circle.

But to be honest i would never go to the police if i was hurt by my wife. Unless i had stopped loving her and wanted a divorce.... i would record the insidences though just incase
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Agreed. I know for a fact I would never hit a woman. I can remember a situation a few years ago when a 19 stone rugby player used to get beat up by his wife. Obviously if he wanted to he could have hurt her badly, but because he would never hit a woman he just let her hit him. Because it is rather embarrising for such a man to be known to be beat up by his wife he let it go on for years..

Yeah, it's bad. Obviously women being beaten up by their husbands is just as horrific, but it tends to be better known about.
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Domestic in terms of 'within the immediate family', ie. violence towards spouses or children.
Thank you, i would not hit my wife or my children I do not agree with it at all.

As it stands i would never hit a woman, although i would give one a push if she got physical with my wife or children... i would pull them apart... other wise NO
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There should be more awareness about husbands suffering at the hands of their wives. It's not that uncommon but people don't seem that aware of it...
its the same with men being raped either by other men or by women they are not recognised as victims
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Agreed. I know for a fact I would never hit a woman. I can remember a situation a few years ago when a 19 stone rugby player used to get beat up by his wife. Obviously if he wanted to he could have hurt her badly, but because he would never hit a woman he just let her hit him. Because it is rather embarrising for such a man to be known to be beat up by his wife he let it go on for years..
is that hit a woam nwith your fist or hit a woman as a target with your gun?
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is that hit a woam nwith your fist or hit a woman as a target with your gun?
Uh... they're both bad, Eric.
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Uh... they're both bad, Eric.
well what do you expect.Bricks would be a good option to throw at people for domestic violence
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