Subterranean Homesick Alien
So do you beat your women physically, emotionally or mentally? If so why do you beat them?
You still haven't told me where you have gotten this statistic?Statistically, the most dangerous domestic situation as far as domestic violence and death for a woman to be in, is two lesbians living together.
So I'd say yes.
Sorry, here's a quick one.You still haven't told me where you have gotten this statistic?
Have you seen a list of statistics I've posted? #66 http://personalitycafe.com/debate-forum/27945-feminism-has-gone-too-far-7.html
Compare that to the statistics available for married heterosexual couples, and it looks even worse, because most heterosexual abuse happens in non-married relationships (when shacked up).How common is lesbian partner violence?
About 17-45% of lesbians report having been the victim of a least one act of physical violence perpetrated by a lesbian partner (1,5,6,13). Types of physical abuse named by more than 10% of participants in one study included:
Disrupting other’s eating or sleeping habits
Pushing or shoving, driving recklessly to punish, and slapping, kicking, hitting, or biting (11).
Sexual abuse by a woman partner has been reported by up to 50% of lesbians (12).
Psychological abuse has been reported as occurring at least one time by 24% to 90% of lesbians (1,5,6,11,14).
The research usually has been done with mostly white, middle-class lesbians who are sufficiently open about their sexual orientation to have met researchers seeking participants in the lesbian community. Subsequently, these findings may not apply to women who are less open, less educated, or of other ethnic backgrounds.
But why are you saying it is the most dangerous statistically? On what grounds? Have you seen the statistics in regards to sex in the number of domestic violence deaths?
Most likely to be physically injured and killed.Maybe you should define what you mean by "most dangerous".
OKay, that has nothing to do with your claim that domestic violence is more dangerous in lesbian couples statistically.More:
Gay Men and Lesbians More Likely to Experience Violent Events and Subsequent PTSD
Gay men and lesbians more likely to experience violent events and subsequent PTSD
As I find more, I'll just add them to this post if you don't mind.
Not in greater numbers, no. Because there are many more heterosexual marriages than there are live in lesbian relationships.Women killing women are not the leaders in that statistic.
Did she have some kind of personality disorder? 0_0 i'm glad you got away from her in one piece.My first gf was kinda insane a little, it wasn't just me that felt her presences it was everyone, even guys. This one time we were walking out of a concert and she pulled off a promo poster from the wall and some guy tried to take it off her. She handed it to me and then put him on the floor. Then some other guys verbally abused him for picking on a chick.. or something to that effect. :S
She never used a closed fist on me but yeah.. I never liked it but I liked her *shrugs*. She would sometimes trap me in her house if she was you know feeling evil and I'd have to escape then give her a few days to cool off. I learned a lot from that relationship.