Editor’s note: Much content originally hosted on this site was lost during a host migration which occured some years back. In the coming months, we will be re-publishing many of the original works. To this aim, here is another ground breaking piece by Erin. By Erin Pizzey Just recently a ‘battered woman,’ for that is […]
By Erin Pizzey Those of us working in the field of domestic violence are confronted daily by the difficult task of working with women in problematical families. In my work with family violence, I have come to recognize that there are women involved in emotionally and/or physically violent relationships who express and enact disturbance beyond […]
Originally aired on 4th January 2014, this is a ground breaking dialogue between Erin Pizzey and Professor Murray Straus. Sadly, Professor Straus passed away on May 13, 2016. He was a pioneering researcher on the subjects of sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and child abuse. Straus is possibly the most influential researcher on this […]
Stephen Baskerville speaks on Points of View about his recent article, “Conservative Diffidence and the Political Exploitation of George Floyd” published on the New English Review. Stephen is the third guest on the programme and starts at around 1:29:50. You can listen here: Point of View July 9, 2020 – Don Shenk, James Hirsen, Stephen […]
By Andy Thomas Foreword This essay originates, in part, from an AVfM article by Jewel Eldora and a discussion in its comment section . The theme of Eldora’s article is that men do not have a mechanism for “in-group bias” and, as such, men as a group are “idiots”. You may have realised yourself, for example, […]
Despite being a pin-up boy for the White Ribbon movement, Dr. Tanveer Ahmed made the mistake of attempting to discuss some of the contributing factors to male violence.