Why do men abuse women?
Because they want to have sex and then they leave them pregnant and then go to their next victim. Men do this because they want sex to leave women pregnant and leave them all happy. This happens to 95% to these women and 5% get hit by their husband.
This is a generalization that is not always true. Some men abuse women, not all men. Some women abuse men, some women abuse women, and some men abuse men.
It depends on the type of abuse. Verbal abuse tends to be women a bit more than men and physical is definiately men more than women. It depends on the type of abuse. Verbal abuse tends to be women a bit more than men and physical is definiately men more than women.
It would depend on the type of abuse. Verbal abuse may in fact be women, but physical and sexual would most certainly be men.
yes,because if men abuse women and women could abuse men if women were strong enough then i'm sure man wouldn't want to be abused same way they abuse women so they should treat each other like they wanted to be treated.
they are for the men to abuse them
It is 7 out of 10 women abuse men is relationships
both men and women have the same percentage for alcohol abuse, but men have a high percentage of using illicit drugs
Most definitely not. Abuse is abuse, in all forms.
There is abuse of women in Things Fall Apart because there is abuse of women in real life. Achebe chooses to write about abuse of women both because it is a real issue, and also because it drives the plot. Achebe also writes about abuse of men, such as the killing of Ikemefuna, war, and Okonkwo fighting with agbala men, but it may not be as notable because there is a greater distaste for violence… Read More
yes, they do
The Oprah Winfrey Show - 1986 Why Men Abuse Women was released on: USA: 19 March 2009
Some women (like men) can be abusive to ANYONE - including other women.
There are no true statistics of women who abuse men because decent men who know they shouldn't hita woman or be verbally abusive back to their spouse do not report abuse as often as women for fear that they will be labeled as being weak. Men don't talk to other male friends about being abused as most men think they should be able to handle a woman. Easier said than done!
Women are more vulnerable than men to the medical consequences of alcohol abuse.
men I think women are more likely to forget to feed their pets than beat them where men usually are more..aggressive I guess
go to the police station
no, cause men dont bea women.
Unfortuantley that is true. However ther are many men who had abusive fathers who have never touch their wife in anger. Likewise there are men who were never hit by their father who do abuse their wife.
Why do men ordered into DV treatment minimized their abuse while females ordered into DV treatment brag about their abuse of men according to the recent Domestic Violence Conference Los Angeles?
* Men were always brought up to be a good provider for their families; to protect them and never hit a woman. Since it has been discovered in the last five or more years that indeed men can be abused by their wives or girlfriends (physical, verbal or both) there are programs such as DV out there for them now as you know. The focus of abuse has mainly been heard re abused women and… Read More
Muscle Dysmorphia, Anorexia Athletica, and Steriod Abuse affect more men than women. Body Dismorphic Disorder (BDD) can affect men and women equally.
The Swedish title of the book is "Men Who Hate Women" so it would be about bringing awareness to the men in Sweden who abuse women.
They're not. Studies have shown that women are just as likely to cheat on men as men are on women, they each have their own reasons though. Men usually do it just for physical gratification and women do it for emotional reasons like lack of attention or abuse. Also, most cases that are publically known are cases where men cheat on women.
For trespassing, if nothing else.
The kind of lifestyles that most men led to the myth that men suffer from heart disease more than women. Men generally eat unhealthy foods and abuse drugs as compared to women.
Because most males think that children and especially women are weaker than them. Some men do tend to abuse females and children, just because they like hurting people and think that women are weaker Women and men should be observed as equal and not lower than eachother. They probably got beaten by bullies or a family member when they were kids or something so now they're trying to prove a point.
Answer The exact percentage isn't known as many women don't report abuse, but from the many questions on here regarding abuse, one might say the figure is quite high.
Yes in certain states No, you should never be disrespectin yoo woman.
One view Yes, they believe that men were created with more power than women. So they often abuse the women. Another view Yes, they treat their women with more respect and gratitude and as the other family half.
they stay with men who abuse them mostly because they are afraid if they tell that they will pay the price for it. And they they might stay with men who don't work because they love them A LOT. What other reason would you stay with a non working man?
Abuse effects women, men, children, animals all the same, whether it be mentally, physically, or emotionally; it's all the same. However, it's more common to happen to women than anything, sadly.
* No there are no correct statistics on abused men because they seldom report it as abuse is generally connected to women and most of the sympathy goes to women, although that is changing and there are abuse groups for men now. Good men are brought up never to hit a woman so if his partner is physically or mentally abusive the man will take the punishment and is generally too embarrassed to discuss it… Read More
I think a man putting there hands on a women is sickening. No man should touch a women in any harmful way. They are cowards if they do. Men today that abuse women are the ones that are dealing with issues with themselves. They hit a women to feel more powerful and incontol. They could have anger issues, jealousy issues or have past family abuse. A man that hits or even comes close to touching… Read More
Women, especially those over 80 years of age, tend to be victimized more than men
the men did not want to look foolish in front of the woman. also the men thought the women would abuse them
Men are much stronger than women and yes, abusive women out there can be just as violent because they are much more sneaky about violence towards their mate and some women have been known to hire someone to 'get rid of their husbands' (do their dirty work for them) but on the whole, there are more men that abuse women.
Unfortnately, children are beaten by both women and men. However, in some families it is understood that the fathers are the ones to punish children.
Not all do, but if they did, it could be because of mental problems (uncontrollable), aggression issues, or because of an incident that happened.
some do and some dont Only men that are mentaly ill and want to abuse women would want her to do everything they say, if that is what you mean by submissive.
In 1994 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's National Household Survey on Drug Abuse showed that 0.5 percent of the adult population, said that they had used anabolic steroids. More men than women had used the drugs: 0.9 percent of men and 0.2 percent of women said they had taken steroids.
No. Men who are in love do not abuse the person they are in love with. Women, however, are a different story.
Answer There is no definite way to answer your question as there are no stats kept on such matters especially verbal abuse, as it's not a crime to verbally abuse somone. As for the physical abuse, Police departments who have files on these matters don't release them to the public at large. And a lot of women or men who suffer physical abuse don't ever report itt so there is no definite way of knowing.
It was worse in Egypt because in Mesopotamia, the women had a few rights, but in Egypt, the men would abuse the women and make them their sex slaves among other things.
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People tend to date people they are attracted to. That can include people of different race, ethnicity, religion, etc. It seems like you are making an assumption about all men who go out with women of color with that question; men who abuse their partners or children tend to have personality problems that run deeper than what meets the eye. They may have control issues, been abused as children, etc.
It is not abuse its discipline when a woman hits a man, but when a man hits a woman its considered abuse. The above answer is not correct, anyone who hits, attacks, harms, hurts, gives physical or emotional pain to another person is infact abusing that person.
This is an extremely complicated area of human relations. There are too many "reasons" to list them all here. Briefly: There are at least two sets of factors that explain why women are more often victims of abuse - cultural and psychological. In male-dominated, chauvinistic, or misogynistic cultures and societies, abuse is condoned rather than condemned. Additionally, those mental health disorders associated with inflicting abuse are more prevalent among men. Mental health issues that are… Read More
The only difference between physical and emotional abuse is that the physical abuse can usually be seen and the emotional abuse is scarring your mind. Physical abuse is bruising, pushing, slapping, breaking bones, etc. Emotional abuse is when someone always says your fat, ugly, useless, stupid, etc. These are usually both happening as a pattern of abuse. Though widely thought of as happening to just women, there have been a lot of men who have… Read More
There are two sets of reasons - cultural/social and psychological. In male-dominated, chauvinistic, or misogynistic cultures and societies, abuse is condoned rather than condemned. Additionally, those mental health disorders associated with abuse - for instance the Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)- are more prevalent among men. Men are also still expected in some societies to be the dominant one in the relationship. For men who have problems with anger any "defiance" is seen as a problem… Read More
Many times, women don't "seek out" abusive men necessarily, but women are often attracted to "bad" boys, and that is just the way it is, no reason for it. And of course those bad boys could end of being highly abusive. Men are abusive when they control everything in a their parter's life. There is physical abuse, and emotional abuse, and many other types. If you ever feel threatened or unsafe, that could be a… Read More
Interesting question! Yes, we like to know why people are abusive and that applies particularly to men. Are men the way they are because they hate their mother? Or maybe they witnessed their father abuse their mother and imitate that relationship? This leaves all men off the hook. This excuses them from making their own judgments. It allows them to witness parental abuse and accept that abuse without judgment. It assumes that whatever we experience… Read More