Violence against women is not a recent phenomenon. It has been going on for many years and has gotten worse over time. A lot of this violence is perpetrated by men against women, but the problem is not limited to that.
In some cases, women make serious allegations against other women. These allegations are never examined thoroughly and do not get the respect they deserve. To many men, these women are not people, but some women get away with their crimes, and some people accept it because they are getting what they want.
But the sad thing is that many men don’t know the story behind the women who are being victimized. There are other people who are in the dark, and this contributes to the overall insecurity that some women are facing.
At one time or another, women on my team, or maybe my friends, post a world record of their own abusive behavior against another woman. It doesn’t even have to be sexual in nature. We heard from men who have killed their wives, husbands, or girlfriends, simply because they wanted to “punish” them for something.
Do you know what it takes to stop violence against women? It takes a lot of empathy and learning to talk to the woman who has been wronged. A man must understand that no matter how badly he may want to kill his partner or girlfriend, the outcome will be much more difficult than trying to kill a housefly. Empathy is the key.
We know what it’s like to have a world record of the kind described above. It is the only reason I am an author. The difference between me and other authors is that I share my experiences.
Knowledge is the one thing that separates us from those who suffer in silence. A lot of men in abusive relationships have been too afraid to tell their partner about the problems that have arisen. However, it would be a good idea for them to make it known to their partner, or family. If they refuse to see the situation for what it is, then they are behaving in a way that is dangerous to themselves and their partners.
Someone should be responsible for picking up the pieces because a person does not need to be a murderer to get what he wants. Some women, who are seriously abused, do the unthinkable in order to get what they want.
Today, the issue of violence against women has gained new importance in the media. Many feminist groups are fighting to end violence against women. However, these groups sometimes ignore the first victim, and focus only on the second, rather than the third, or fourth.
Knowledge is the only way to put an end to violence against women. Empathy is the key. Many women in abusive relationships are afraid to report the crime, or they think that their partner won’t believe them. These fears may be unfounded, but ignorance of the statistics on violence against women can make it even more likely.
No matter how large or small a problem, there should be a discussion about it, and if both parties do not agree, then the relationship’s health will suffer. Violence against women will not go away, and in fact, it will become more widespread until we are willing to talk about it.
In any case, if a man who commits violent behavior is detected, he is just taken into custody and if found guilty, he is subjected to imprisonment. He will be given a legal punishment like a fine or suspension from driving license. However, a woman who is a victim of violence should receive the same punishment that her attacker will receive. There is nothing wrong in considering it as a form of punishment and that is what we call the penalty for violence against women.
Most countries do not have a penal code that considers violence against women and their children as a form of crime and penalized accordingly. Even though the public doesn’t want to think about this, they will still suffer in the end.