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65% of Women Reported That They Regularly Hit Their Husbands.

Women are the Killers and Abusers in Canada.


Female pedophilia is finally surfacing as the hidden problem it has always been.
Boys are regularly assaulted by female teachers and care givers.

Far More Women Assault Men than the opposite:

There are many surverys proving that more women assault their spouses than the other way around. Some 65% of women reported that they regularly hit their husbands. Of course no real man can complain that his wife is assaulting him. He will not be believed and the police would probably arrest him.

These figures do not include the emotional abuse that women are so expert at inflicting on men. Men are driven by women past their breaking point with malicious intent so the woman can claim he really is an "abusive bastard." Until emotional torture is also considered a crime, women will continue to get away with assualt and criminal abuses in all family and criminal law matters.



Rape of students by female teachers is slowly coming to the forefront as a very common crime. Just as child molesting priests have finally been exposed after centuries of silence, women teachers are finally beginning to be exposed for what they are.

Not all women teachers, but you can bet that child rape by female teachers will be exposed as a major problem in our hate male, sexist, all women are good, all men are bad, sick society

Have you ever thought of the enormously popular move "Summer of 42" as a story about a paedophile? Why not? Because the paedophile in this case is a woman. The teacher in that movie repeatedly raped her student. That is a fact. But because of our inbuilt anti-male bias no one thought of that movie as portraying and gloriifying a criminal. But consider what the reaction would have been had a male teacher raped his female student in a similarly presented story?


The Facts on Spousal Homicide
and the Causes of Death in Canada.

Just who (and what) is killing whom?

Debunking more of the lies the feminists told me. While these statistics are old, the current numbers have not changed much.

  • Men are more than twice as likely to be murdered than woman and be the victims of homicides in Canada. In 1999, 363 men were murdered compared to 173 women.

  • Of those, 91 males died from beatings compared to just 32 women. 97 males and 47 females were stabbed, 121 men were shot versus 47 women.

  • Over the 11 years from 1989 to 1999 an average of 421 men and only 218 women were killed each year. Twice as many men are murdered as women. Where is the outcry? Where are the shelters, the grants and the special programs to help men?.

  • Only in the Domestic Violence area did the number of women killed (109) exceed the number of men killed (77). However the feminists ignore the high rate of women killing men in domestic violence cases and act as if only women are the victims. Clearly they are the perpetratrors in family killings at a rate not far behind men..

  • Women who kill can count on getting off completely or getting substantially lower sentences than men in similar situations.
So much for feminist propaganda and justice for men in Canada.

Clearly these figures (listed below) show that the figures bandied about by women's groups are lies.

In his very revealing article deadly Hazards of Being Male in Canada Jeffrey Asher writes:

"The Male Death Toll
This year in Canada 15,200 more males than females will die. On almost every measure of illness, hazard,accident, and assault, thousands more males die every year. This appalling record - available for over 50 years to scholars, journalists, and politicians - remains ignored."

The article is an excellent commentary on the ignored reality if violence against men and the high price we pay for simply being men. I highly recommend that you read the piece in conjunction with the material on this page.


Subject: Science, Politics, & Family Violence

The misdiagnosis of the family-violence problem is so pervasive that churches and charities are unwittingly supporting programs that make things worse. Local governments, the courts, law enforcement, prosecutor's offices, mental-health clinics and other tax-supported agencies fund programs based on gender politics rather than responsible scientific studies.

How could we all be so mistaken about family violence? Men do not usually report their violent wives to police. Children do not usually report their violent mothers to the police. Women are far more likely to report men to the police. One study showed that only 1% of husbands, whose wives had inflicted an injury that required medical treatment, had reported the incident to police. The media usually quote statistics collected by law-enforcement agencies. The media also avoids publishing the scientific studies on family violence. Through either deliberate design or incompetence, the media has misled all of us.

Murder statistics are far more reliable than reported abuse statistics. Men and children may not report their violent spouses and mothers, but the dead bodies of children and men do get reported. Thus, the most accurate picture of family violence that can be deduced from crime statistics is to look at family homicides. The Bureau of Justice Statistics of the U.S. Department of Justice released a Special Report detailing the results of a survey of family homicides in 33 urban U.S. counties. The report covered only convictions, which should refute any contention that female-on-male family violence is almost always defensive or reactive.

The report said: "In spouse murders, women represented 41 percent of killers. In murders of their offspring, women predominated, accounting for 55 percent of killers."

"Among black marital partners, wives were just about as likely to kill their husbands as husbands were to kill their wives 47 percent of the victims of a spouse were husbands and 53 percent were wives."

This is a long, long way from the incredible claim that "men are responsible for 90% of family violence". Accurate interpretation of the police statistic would be, "Women report ninety per cent of the non-lethal family violence which is called to the attention of law enforcement agencies."

Scientists are saying that both men and women are violent to a far greater extent than police statistics reveal. The use of crime statistics would cause us to believe that such violence is rare. The picture changes, though, when social scientists look at spousal violence. This data shows that spousal violence is mostly unreported. In fact, some degree of violence occurs at a rate of 113 incidents per 1000 couples per year (husband. on wife) and 121 incidents per 1000 couples per year (wife on husband)! This is 20 times the rate of the crime statistics reports.

Many abuse shelter personnel are unaware of the scientific studies even though they claim to be "domestic violence experts" and often conduct "training" sessions for government agencies. The typical response upon first hearing the results of the scientific studies is to "shoot the messenger". Murray A. Straus, a sociologist and co-director for the Family Research Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire, blames "women in the battered [women's] shelter movement" for denying that women physically abuse husbands, ex-husbands and boyfriends, or playing down such abuse. "There's this fiction in the shelter movement that in all cases, it's him, not her" who's responsible for domestic assaults", Mr. Straus said in a recent interview.

On the other hand, some abuse agency personnel have not accepted the feminist "party line"; particularly religiously sponsored family services organizations. They are eager to have accurate information upon which to plan and implement rational programs for prevention, intervention, and treatment for abusers and victims of both genders.

Are the family violence "experts" in your community aware of the scientific studies? What is happening at the abuse shelter in your community?

We need to separate gender politics from the issue of family violence. We need to look at the full spectrum of family violence, not just female victims. We can not afford to continue avoiding the reality of violent females. We cannot hope to implement rational, solution-focused programs and policies until we face the fact that "behind closed doors" women are at least as violent as men.

Family Violence Report

Family Violence Report - 2000 edition The Family Violence Report from Family Resources and Research has been released. It may be quoted, linked and copied without further permission.

Comparative spousal violence data from three national studies *Tables prepared using data from "Change In Spouse Assault Rates From 1975 to 1992 A Comparison of Three National Surveys In The United States", by Murray A. Straus and Glenda Kaufman Kantor.

    Spousal assaults expressed as rate per 1000 couples
  • Minor Assaults Year Assault by husband Assault by wife 1975 98 98 1985 82 75 1992 92 94
  • Severe Assaults 1975 38 47 1985 30 43 1992 19 44
Definitions MINOR VIOLENT ACTS SEVERE VIOLENT ACTS 1. Threw something 1. Kicked/bit/hit with fist 2. Pushed/Grabbed/Shoved 2. Hit, tried to hit with something 3. Slapped or spanked 3. Beat up 4. Threatened with gun or knife 5. Used gun or knife
    Who is Beating Whom?

  • Wives report they have been severely assaulted by husband    22 per 1000

  • Wives report they have severely assaulted husband    59 per 1000

  • Husbands report they have been severely assaulted by wives    32 per 1000

  • Husbands report they have severely assaulted wives    18 per 1000

  • Husbands & wives both report wife has been assaulted    20 per 1000

  • Husbands & wives both report husband has been assaulted    44 per 1000


OTTAWA -- The national homicide rate dropped to its lowest level in more than 30 years last year, Statistics Canada says.
The rate, which has generally been declining since the mid-1970s, fell by seven per cent to 1.73 victims per 100,000 population.

Canada's rate was about a third the rate in the United States -- 5.69 per 100,000 people. It was also lower than England and Wales at 1.93 but slightly higher than France at 1.65 and Australia at 1.63.

Police reported 548 homicides in 2003, 34 fewer than in 2002. Fifty fewer females were killed compared with 2002.

"At the same time, there were 16 more male victims," the agency said. "Men accounted for 72 per cent of all victims in 2003."

Homicide is classified in the Criminal Code of Canada as first-degree murder, second-degree murder, manslaughter or infanticide. "Deaths caused by criminal negligence, suicide, and accidental or justifiable homicide are not included."

The national decline was driven by 33 fewer homicides in British Columbia, 18 fewer in Quebec and seven fewer in Alberta.

"Both Quebec and Nova Scotia reported their lowest homicide rates since the 1960s," Statistics Canada said.

In contrast, Saskatchewan had 14 more homicides and Manitoba seven.

"Police reported that one in every seven homicides in 2003 involved organized crime or street gangs. There were 84 victims of gang-related homicide, . . . 45 per cent of which occurred in Ontario."

The agency also found that:

- Homicides committed by strangers reached a 25-year low.

- Most homicides were committed by someone the victim knew.

- The spousal homicide rate declined by eight per cent, with six fewer spouses killed.

- Sixty-four men killed their wives; 14 women killed their husbands.

- Homicides committed by boyfriends, girlfriends and current or estranged partners dropped to 11 from 17 in 2002.

- Fifty-seven youths aged 12 to 17 years were accused of homicide in 2003, 15 more than in 2002 and eight more than the previous 10-year average.

- Thirty-three homicides were committed against children under the age of 12 in 2003, the lowest number in more than 25 years. Fourteen were under one year of age.

"Of the 27 solved homicides against children, 23 were killed by a parent: nine by a father, four by a stepfather, 10 by a mother and one by a stepmother. In addition, two children were killed by their day-care provider and two by a stranger."


What is Killing Canadian Men?

Number of Deaths	Cause of Death			Frequency

39,290	Circulatory system diseases	1 death every 13 min.
30,481	Cancer				1 death every 17 min.
9,411	Respiratory system diseases	1 death every 56 min.
3,774	Digestive system diseases	1 death every 2 hrs.
2,923	Suicide all causes		1 death every 3 hrs.
2,376	Motor vehicle collisions	1 death every 4 hrs.
2,317	Substance abuse			1 death every 4 hrs.
1,932	Suicide, non-firearm		1 death every 5 hrs.
1,559	Mental Disorders		1 death every 6 hrs.
1,288	HIV				1 death every 7 hrs.
991	Suicide by Firearms		1 death every 9 hrs.
985	Accidental falls		1 death every 9 hrs.
528	Accidental poisoning		1 death every 16.5 hrs.
487	Homicides all causes		1 death every 18 hrs.
309	Homicide, non-firearm		1 death every 28 hrs.
178	Homicide, by firearm		1 death every 2 days
142	Homicide, by cutting/piercing
	instrument			1 death every 3 days
74	Surgical/medical misadventure	1 death every 5 days
61	Fatal gun accidents		1 death every 6 days

What is Killing Canadian Women?
Number of Deaths	Cause of Death			Frequency

36,921	Circulatory system diseases	1 death every 14 min.
25,167	Cancer				1 death every 21 min.
7,252	Respiratory system diseases	1 death every 72 min.
4,830	Breast cancer			1 death every 2 hrs.
3,450	Digestive system diseases	1 death every 3 hrs.
2,034	Mental disorders		1 death every 4 hrs.
1,153	Accidental falls		1 death every 8 hrs.
1,061	Motor vehicle collisions	1 death every 8 hrs.
844	Substance abuse			1 death every 10 hrs.
786	Suicide, all causes		1 death every 10 hrs.
727	Suicide, non-firearm		1 death every 11 hrs.
245	Homicide, all causes		1 death every 32 hrs.
198	Accidental poisoning		1 death every  2 days
176	Homicide, non-firearm		1 death every 2 days
80	Surgical/medical misadventures	1 death every 2 days
70	HIV				1 death every 5 days
69	Homicide, by firearm		1 death every 5 days
68	Homicide, by cutting/piercing
	instrument			1 death every 5 days
59	Suicide, by firearm		1 death every 6 days
2	Fatal gun accidents		1 death every 183 days

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