Question for men – #5

November 26, 2012

Yesterday, 25th November, was White Ribbon Day – a male-led campaign to stop violence against women.

The following article is an edited version of a speech given by Ken Lay, the Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police.

It includes some sobering facts and haunting situations. It practically seems unrealistic.

“We create the environment in which these people– who are 95 per cent men – think it is OK to do what they do.”

There must be something that can be done to change this.

Surely.

Not see women as the enemy?

What?

The ugly reality of violence against women

And please guys, don’t take this personally. I’m sure the majority of you reading this have never laid a finger on a woman or girl…BUT it doesn’t take away from the fact that the male gender is doing this.

You (guys) know how men tick – better than I, or any other woman, ever will – so:

Question #114: What’s the solution? How do we start to turn things around in this area?

Deep Breath for all women living violent and violated lives.

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2 Responses to “Question for men – #5”

  1. As Sarge told our son-in-law, “You ever touch my daughter, I will kill first and ask questions later.”
    Pick on someone your own size I say.

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