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Have charges of domestic violence or abuse been made against you, or someone you know or love? Whether you are a man or woman will provide information essential to the survival of you and your children.

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We do not condone violence but argue that history shows it is more commonly and broadly propagated by denying civil liberties than controlled.

Arrests without a warrant, forcing citizens from their homes and children with nothing more than the clothes on their back, searches without a warrant, seizures of their property without redress, mandatory arrests often on nothing more than hearsay, assuming the accused is guilty until proven innocent, denial of the right to confront the accuser and obtain witnesses in one's defense, punishment and imprisonment that occurs before a trial or without one, public censure for crimes men have not committed, indentured servitude and often outright slavery, and more, are acts of a police state and the policies of tyrants.

There is no greater shock than to find that even with both law and facts in your favor, your Constitutional rights are worthless because you can't get the courts or government to enforce them. Throughout history such actions by a State have been the cause of violence, not the cure.

Throughout this compendium you will find evidence of gross violations of the civil liberties of men and women in the name of controlling domestic violence. Present efforts, massively funded, brand all men as "batterers" and all women as "victims." Any thinking individual knows instinctively that violence in the family is a human problem, not a gender issue. And in most cases it takes two to tangle. Further, in Lifeline you will find that current laws act to deter citizens from seeking the help they need.

Because the violent female-on-male side of the DV equation is deliberately obscured by radical feminists to further their political and funding agenda, for balance we provide information here on abused men and violence-prone women. For an in depth examination of domestic violence see the site Domestic Violence Against Men, also maintained by the Equal Justice Foundation.

This site is supported and maintained by the Equal Justice Foundation.

Last updated 5/18/15


Global Domestic Violence Site Map

Tables — Global Domestic Violence Data

Chapter 1 — The Human Problem Of Domestic Violence

Chapter 2 — Domestic Violence And The Rule Of Law

Chapter 3 — The Impact Of Domestic Violence Laws On Veterans And National Security

Chapter 4 — Psychological Studies Of Domestic Violence

Chapter 5 — In Women's Own Words

Chapter 6 — Shelters For Battered Women

Chapter 7 — The Face Of Battering

Chapter 8 — Domestic Violence And The Patriarchy

Chapter 9 — Domestic Violence And Politics

Chapter 10 — Domestic Violence Against Men In The United States

Global Domestic Violence Bibliography

Global Domestic Violence Index