Imagine if men tried to argue the same…
Nobody would take them seriously.
Which is what should be in this case, too.
But that would require societal sanity…
Here’s a recent story from The College Fix that shows how far the university is going with this. (H/T Steve)
Examples of abuse listed on the University of Michigan’s domestic violence awareness website say “sexual violence” includes “withholding sex and affection” and “discounting the partner’s feelings regarding sex” – definitions that have come under fire by some men’s rights activists.
[…][I]nterspersed within the typical definitions of abuse – “pushing, shoving, pulling, shaking, slapping, biting, hitting, punching, kicking, strangling, throwing objects at partner, restraining, throwing the partner, use of weapons” – the other examples, such as “discounting the partner’s feelings regarding sex … criticizing the partner sexually … withholding sex and affection,” are found.
Also included in the definition of sexual violence is the example of having “sex with other people.”
The campaign also gives examples of what’s considered to be “verbal or psychological abuse,” including: “insulting the partner; ignoring the partner’s…
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