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I do not understand the motivation of those who want to dismiss male domestic abuse as a non-issue or pretend it does not happen. Every victim of domestic abuse, be they male or female, should receive support based on their need as an individual. Their gender, race, sexuality etc are obviously important factors and may influence Read more…

The UK Statistics Authority has supported a complaint over the misleading use of the phrase “overwhelming majority” to refer to the proportion of female victims of domestic abuse.
“The phrase ‘overwhelming majority’ is a subjective statement. However, it may imply that a larger proportion of victims are female than the statistics show.”

It’s bad enough that males end up as less than half, having started as more, but for the government to ignore them even on the one day of the year specifically to concentrate on them is abysmal.

Contrary to popular opinion, often heard as an excuse not to provide men with better support services, is that men don’t like to talk about their problems. Not so, says a new global report commissioned by Movember.

Over three quarters of men (77%) think that talking is an effective way to deal with problems, and 76% believe that talking openly can have a positive impact on mental health.

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