I was a victim of domestic violence, but was able to walk away from it. Although I spent several years wondering if he would shoot me in the dark one night, I was lucky. So many women don't have that luck.
I know that feeling too...
I am glad you got away! I spent 10 years in an abusive relationship. When I got out..he followed..but I put him in the state pen for 7 years!
I never went through this type of behavior watching my back...but I am aware, i have seen and it scares me.Allah bles you all for being survivors.
mam i am egyptian and i live in egypt . i agree with u that . and it must be stopped . but i believe that v.a.w is internationally committed . thats the nature dear if two men fought each other the weak will lose thus ladies have to make the wise choice about her bed mate or her opponent .
May the Almighty grant such strength to all the victims of Domestic Violence.............and may He enlighten the minds of those men who keep abusing and bruising there partners instead of utilising there physical strength in protecting them...........!
Hope someday these morons will learn to respect a women's heart..............and thus behave more like a Human than an animal...........even animals are better than these suckers 'cause they atleast protect their own clan!
God bless such creatures!
Traci Tucker U broke the ice with him good for u. Jail is where he need and should be. Good luck.
I grew up watching this kind of abuse betweenmy parents and i want all women to sign this peition,it i inportant!!!!!!!
Domestic violence needs to be stopped. We need to raise future generations with maturity and The Truth.
We need to raise our children with the knowledge and maturity of real men and women do not resort to violence in relationships. They are to build each other up, strengthen and support each other. As iron sharpens iron, a man and a woman are to grow in strength, love, respect, commitment and accountability to God.
AMEN! I am glad to see I am not the only one who thinks this too. :D
what man of GOD you r .
Yes its got to stop and we are only ones that can do it.
Women Against VAWA Excess – WAVE – is dedicated to exposing how the Violence Against Women Act has veered away from its original intended purpose to stop domestic violence. Now, VAWA has come to embrace a radical ideology that marginalizes true victims, harms families, and betrays the ideals of equality feminism.
WAVE invites persons to visit its website, which features articles by Wendy McElroy, Anna Rittgers, and others: http://womenagainstvawa.org/.
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Phyllis Rutkowski We need more women to come forward, to many take this abuse and keep quiet for reason of care support and most of all FEAR no one should live in fear it needs to stop..
Help support this cause, so many women go without the care and help they need. Take a stand and help end the violence.
I think men who hit woman are not good enough to have one.
Domestic Violence in any form to women, men, children or parents can not be tolorated or excused! Yes, women are the most abused in domestic violence cases and this Violence Against Women Act..... Will hopefully make the abuser think twice, before abusing any woman and will help reduce the violence against them and also make the punishments, much stiffer for anyone that abuses anyone else.
Domestic Violence is some thing no one should ever go through, and I mean NO ONE.
I am glad that I signed.
The violence and torment need to stop, please help!
I stand with women, children and men who are being abused by those who consider them subservient. I reject this and I am fighting for my loved ones and friends across America. People of color, Immigrants and Native Americans deserve the same protections. We all know that violence does not discriminate against race, color, creed, sexuality, immigrant status or nationality. None of us are immuned.
I agree this is a human right and how this could be questioned otherwise is beyond my understanding as this was heard by this legislative body in its origin - how has this changed? What has happened to womens rights - we are voters too or will that be the next issue to be up for discussion.