One in three women and one in four men will be victims of physical violence by an...
In the United States there are over two-thousand domestic violence shelters. All of them serve female victims, and nearly all of them turn away male victims. In fact, as of 2016, there's only a single domestic violence shelter for men. My initial reaction was that there needed to be thousands more women's shelters because that many more women are being battered, but as it turns out: one in three women and one in four men will be victims of physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime. Sure, there's a slight majority of female victims, but how can that excuse denying men help? Couldn't this be considered gender discrimination? Think of it this way, roughly 78% of suicides are men. If suicide prevention services only served men, wouldn't we see the gender discrimination immediately? If there are over two-thousand women's shelters that turn away men and only one shelter for men, obviously the resources don't match the need.
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Timestamp in movie: 00:00:58
Uploaded: 19 March, 2022
Summary: The Red Pill chronicles filmmaker Cassie Jaye's journey following the mysterious and polarizing Men's Rights Movement. The Red Pill explores today's gender war and asks the question "what is... Read all