In Search of Noah's Ark
7 hours ago
An exploration into the concept of "equal but different" in regard to men and women. Also thoughts on the cause and effect of the current "war of the sexes", the effects of feminism on men and the family, along with the morality of today's society.
Thanks for reaching out to feminist.com and forgive me if this is a duplicate response. And if not a duplicate -- apologies for responding so late.
I general I think if anyone is bringing attention to violence committed by women it's feminists. (Case in point -- see Ann Jones, When Women Kill). And while I think it's uniquely feminists is because they take women's rage seriously - most people discount violences by women precisely because they underestimate the power of women and what they are capable of. It's also feminist who are trying to understand the roots of violence, which often begins in childhood and begins with being violated in those initial years and how it manifests over time.
Good luck raising more awareness about this...but hopefully your desire to point out women as culprits won't overshadow the fact that men are more likely to be abuses. Take care Amy