The Hidden Truth about Domestic Violence between the Sexes is an eye-opening exposé that presents Domestic Violence in a new and controversial light for contrary to what radical feminists falsely claim it is men, not women, who are mostly the victims of domestic abuse and violence. As research shows, women are chiefly the instigators and perpetrators of domestic abuse and violence, who usually hit first and hit often. And, as the author further contends, it is as a result of frequently subjecting their mates to deliberate, malicious or sadistic physical, emotional, and/or psychological abuse, that female abusers caused themselves to be beaten and/or killed by the men they constantly and for too long abused.
Those abusive females destroy marriages and cause tragedies for which the men are usually blamed. And they're giving a bad reputation to good women, in particular to true abused women to whom they make it more difficult to be believed that they are being abused, thus having to endure in silence and isolation endless abuse. One of them, the now-defunct fine lady to whom the author has dedicated this ebook.
The Hidden Truth about Domestic Violence between the Sexes is then the first book to discuss the acts female abusers engage in that cause or contribute to domestic abuse and violence. It is the product of over twenty years worth of information the author has gathered from diverse sources, including writings and research from well-known scholars, authors and other professionals who have studied in depth the domestic abuse and violence issue.
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