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Mon Jan 28, 2013, 02:33 AM

Women and Men are the victims of the "Male" Privilege Concept [View all]

while others "make all the big decisions" and "define our roles" while the young women of today grow up in a society where they continue to be victims of domestic violence at an alarming rate, as the LGBT community gains more freedom and power and when the battles we thought were an win and a "shoe in" are being fought over and over and are at risk of being lost; we the people are being abused. This abuse should be a concept of concern for all of our society's members.

We should start calling those who claim control over our bodies whether male or female bodies, the lawmakers, politician, "fundies" et. al. abusers. Because that is what they are, abusers of life, of trust, of freedom and of anyone not conforming to the 'Privilege' concept.

The set of techniques used by a group to carry out war is known as warfare. Warfare is not always overt and obvious. But this one should be. It is Domestic Violence. It equals not only a war against our bodies or a war on women but the use of power and control against ALL PERSONS to subjugate and manipulate them.

The fight for Women's Rights has been and always will be, a fight for human rights and Domestic Violence should be called what it is: war.

If there is no War on Women then why are there protests against women going to war?

Power and control are our most valuable assets. It is time for us to begin seriously defining exactly how these assets manifest themselves, assigning them value and claiming them as rightfully ours.

Peace. lmsp

War is an organized and often prolonged conflict that is carried out by states or other types of parties wishing to form or control states or other types of territories. It is characterised by extreme aggression, economic disintegration and irrationality, social disruption, and usually high mortality. War should be understood as an actual, intentional and widespread armed conflict between political communities, and therefore is defined as a form of political violence or intervention.


Who Are The Victims?

ANYONE CAN BE A VICTIM!
Victims can be of any age, sex, race, culture, religion, education, employment or marital status.

http://www.domesticviolence.org/who-are-the-victims/

Who are the Abusers?

Abuse is not an accident. It does not happen because someone was stressed-out, drinking, or using drugs. Abuse is an intentional act that one person uses in a relationship to control the other. Abusers have learned to abuse so that they can get what they want. The abuse may be physical, sexual, emotional, and psychological.

Abusers often have low self-esteem. They do not take responsibility for their actions. They may even blame the victim for causing the violence. In most cases, men abuse female victims. It is important to remember that women can also be abusers and men can be victims.

http://www.domesticviolence.org/who-are-the-abusers/

If you are a teen ...

You could be a victim of abuse, or at risk if you are dating someone who:
is very jealous and/or spies on you
will not let you break off the relationship
hurts you in any way, is violent, or brags about hurting other people
puts you down or makes you feel bad
forces you to have sex or makes you afraid to say no to sex
abuses drugs or alcohol; pressures you to use drugs or alcohol
has a history of bad relationships and blames it on others
It is hard for teens to leave their abuser if they go to the same school. They cannot hide. Gay and lesbian teens are very isolated. They can be scared they may have to reveal their sexual orientation.

If you think you are being abused, think about getting help. If your family or friends warn you about the person you are dating, think about getting help. Tell friends, family members or anybody you can trust. Call a resource listed in this book. There is help for you. You do not have to suffer in silence.

http://www.domesticviolence.org/who-are-the-victims/





http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warfare

http://www.domesticviolence.org/

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