Domestic Violence In The Film: Tough Guise 2

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For my extra credit assignment, I decided to watch the film, Tough Guise 2. The film was mainly about violence in America and how males are the ones committing violent acts. Females also commit violent acts, but are just a small fraction compared to men. According to the film, statistics show that eighty-six percent of armed robberies are committed by men. Seventy-seven percent of aggravated assaults are committed by men and eighty-six percent of domestic violence incidents that have ended with physical injuries were perpetrated by men. It also stated that ninety-nine of rapes are committed by men. Men commit ninety percent of murders. The film brought up the question of what is driving males to act so violent. The game industry blames the …show more content…
Factors such as violent games, movies, music, dysfunctional families, and drugs are what have been thought to motivate the perpetrators in massive shootings. Adam Lanza was a teenager who shot his mom. He used to play violent war games before he committed the shooting. Other school shooters played violent shooting games and also used to watch violent action movies. I can agree that violent games, movies, and rap songs can increase the chances of men to commit violent acts. Young boys spend hours playing shooting games, and when they have a weapon in their hands they are more likely to commit violent acts. Another interesting fact is that violence is the leading cause for Africa American between the ages 15-30 according to the …show more content…
Males are more likely to catcall women when they are around their friends according to Wood. They also brutalize women to prove that they can measure up to being manly. Even women are being womanized in pornography. This persuades men that it is normal to beat and physically torture their partner. This connects to what Wood discusses in the textbook about normalizing violence against women. According to Wood, research shows that, after watching sexually explicit films that degrade women (not just sexually explicit films), men become more dominant toward women with whom they interact (Wood, 2015). Other studies also suggest that men who watch music videos and wrestling are more likely to force their partners to having sex. Even husband can rape their wives. It is never okay to have sexual intercourse without a woman’s consent and bi

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