Friday, January 4, 2013

Stop Violence BY Women! (against women, girls, boys and men)


Jodi Arias is finally on trial for the brutal 2008 killing of Travis Alexander: 27 knife stabs and a gunshot to the head.

First day of trial; opening statements; defense attorney: “The question is … what would have forced her to do it.”

Yes, “forced.”

This is the classic “‘I am a woman’ defense,” i. e., I have no agency, no responsibility, and I am just a puppet of “the community.” When I take an action, “the community” is responsible for it. And, by the way, I demand you give me independence, equality and empowerment. And until that point when I announce I have achieved these three things, I will continue to blame you for every personal shortcoming I might have.

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Will the VAWA defense prevail yet again?

Back in the 1920s it was called the “‘I am a woman’ defense.”

Will the politically correct hegemony continue to ignore violence by women?

Will the politically correct hegemony continue to treat the female victims of violent females as second rate crime victims (because their suffering and their deaths threaten to undermine their agenda)? 

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Follow the Arias case on A Voice for Men.

Jan. 2, 2012 – “Arias plays the VAWA card

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Read the groundbreaking article: “The Last Frontier: Myths & the Female Psychopathic Killer

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The idea that women have a special right (“a woman’s prerogative”) is not a new idea nor is it a feminism-fueled idea either. See: “Woman, and Her Right to Kill” - 1922

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The death sentence for women debated in 1922 by feminists and law enforcement officials – inspired by the Cora Vinson case: “Chivalry Justice vs. Equal Justice Debated in 1922

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Sharpen your understanding of female violence by browsing through “Give ‘Em the Axe.”

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An interesting parallel case in Sweden in 2012: Jeanette Javell. 

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In news coverage of the Arias case we constantly hear this question discussed: “Is she too pretty to be given the death penalty?” Here is an article germane to this question:


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Violence by women does not matter -- or does it?

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Stop violence by women! -- The Last Frontier.
 

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