A campaign aims to increase the awareness of the Victimization of Men in Domestic Violence Cases due to Gender Stereotyping and Biases and cause deep thinking why men are much less likely to report being a victim of domestic violence.
All we need is a trigger. For those who have no idea of the detriment of female-on-male domestic violence, the previous blogs have clarified that the emotional abuse and destruction of the biological build of a man from a woman is much more likely to eventuate to the man’s suicide. It is somewhat more … Continue reading No Authority Come Out to say ‘No!’
Two weeks ago I shared the social experiment documented in video forms on YouTube, involving two actors, male and female, playing a scenario of domestic violence in two opposite ways in the public, without informing the public. The female-on-male violence case does not bring much attentions, but the male-on-female case immediately attracted voluntary help from … Continue reading Conformance to the Mainstream
In spite of the efforts of the individuals, the changing of the gender stereotyping in domestic violence cases against men must require the public stakeholders’ efforts as well. All parties who can affect and be affected either directly or indirectly by the phenomenon shall be considered as stakeholders that can exert certain influences. The fact … Continue reading Domestic Violence to Men – What can the public do?
Knowing reflects being. As we are ultimately living in a socially and culturally constructed environment, our mindsets, mentalities, values, beliefs, perceptions and attitudes are inevitably affected by the social environment. At the same time, what is really considered logical and moral is a controversial question, as it is determined by the subjective minds of human … Continue reading Domestic Violence to Men – What can individuals do?