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I read the internet site entitled Violent Women Bruised Battered and Bewildered Men and I found most of the information and statistics very hard to believe For example the site states that Both men and women experience an equal level of domestic violence victimization but in the most severe category the number of women being assaulted has declined from two million to 18 million while the number of men assaulted has stayed at two million In addition the site says that men suffer severe injuries more often than women in domestic violence encounters It is not that I disagree with this information or that I think these statistics are false I just assumed with such an epidemic problem there would be more public awareness While I do not question most of the claims made on the site I do disagree with one of the comments The site states the woman who slaps or throws things greatly increases her chances of being hit in return I believe this statement is problematic because it is blaming on type of abuse male to female on another female to male Therefore I think that by making such a statement the site is trying to justify or at least provide a scapegoat for male inflicted violence Overall I feel that this site provides a lot of good information on domestic violence in general For example the site states that the sons of violent parents have a rate of wife-beating 1000 per cent greater that those of non-violent parents In addition daughters of violent parents have a husband-beating rate 600 per cent greater Finally I think the most important message of the site is that the cycle of violence no matter whom the batterer is and who is the victim needs to stop before it effects the next generation
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