The Importance Of Domestic Violence In Society

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Domestic Violence when those two words are said or heard many people would turn their heads or act like it is not a reality affecting many women in our society. Yes there are a few cases of men being abused by women but majority of the cases are men being the abusers and women being the victims. So why does this harsh reality being neglected like the victims does not matter and give the abuser the conception that he can get away with such act? Society is to blame for centuries women were known to men for being submissive, and whatever was done to them should be fine. Time has change so why do we operate like we’re in the 1800’s ? There are some cultures whereby that is their notion even now, but in most cultures in Belize women have their rights and still the matter is ignored. …show more content…
Firstly the public and by public it can mean family or friends ignores the matter, this is one of the biggest factor why many victims end up …show more content…
This cruel act has claimed the life of women who were mothers, aunts , a special friend etc continuing to disregard this matter is like saying the victims are insignificant and that the abusers should continue to be protected. As a society we need to stop making the victims feel ashamed to speak out , they did nothing wrong they’re survivors and unfortunately not many survived the battle to tell their story because of their untimely death it is time to wake up and make a change for

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