The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a U.S. federal law that was first enacted in 1994 and has been reauthorized several times since.
Category: Gender Bias
Domestic Violence Double Standard: Gender Bias
Women’s advocates claim that nearly all domestic violence victims are women, so discrimination is justified. But stats don’t support them.
Tutorial for Men on Effective Use of DV Allegations
Realistically, asserting domestic violence claims against women is not an effective tactic for men. Everyone knows that men can’t possibly be victims of domestic violence. If he claims he is…
Bias in the Custody System
Men sometimes don’t stand a chance against family court biases. I remember clearly the first meeting I had with an attorney after my ex told me she wanted a divorce.…
Male-Only Crimes List
You are all undoubtedly familiar with various abbreviations used by law enforcement and courts to designate certain crimes. Commonly seen terms are: DUI – Driving under the influence MIP –…