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Breakthrough India May 22
During the , violence against women and adolescents, especially , is rising. is spending the day, shining a spotlight on this issue. Don’t be a silent bystander. Join us, intervene and break the silence.
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Amit Deshpande 10h
Replying to @INBreakthrough
You should be ashamed of yourselves to not spare even a pandemic for your narrow gains. happens for both men and women. Women have law on their side, where should men go for relief?
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Vijay Thakkar 19h
As per if they curse & abuse you everyday, it’s coz of love & not hate. Men should appreciate that he is being abused. Would you say same if curse & abuse wife everyday? It will then attract & support videos from celebrities
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Onyx Paradigm⚡️👊🏿💪🏿⚡️ May 20
community alongside police families. Have the highest rate of . However the outrage is rarely seen by mainstream pundits & others.
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Women's Safety NSW 5h
BREAKING: NSW GOVT ANNOUNCES $21MIL FOR WOMEN’S SAFETY: Stay tuned for our media statement
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Rex Patrick May 18
The ’s inquiry into has wrapped up 3 months early without seeking any submissions, holding any hearings or making any recommendations. It has failed itself, the public and all victims of domestic violence
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Kwara Counsellors 21h
Causes of . Who cause it most? Men or Women. Listen 1/3
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Emma Katz May 20
"I was ordered to return to live within close proximity of the man who had threatened to kill me “forthwith” – or to relinquish the children to his full-time care" So very awful. To say reform is needed is the understatement of the year
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Sumit Mathur May 20
these. kind of videos promoting domestic violence
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Monica100 20h
: Wife brutally kills her husband because the poor man lost his job due to by women is increasing rapidly. Men also need protection from domestic voilence
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RK May 19
My blood boils when I read news like this. Domestic violence is a serious threat. Please don’t put up with this at any cost and at any given circumstance. You don’t deserve this at all. Helpline number during lockdown 7217735372
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Cole_World May 24
I’m posting this in hopes that someone recognizes his coward. He threatened this woman the entire dinner! I’m sure he will likely beat her when they get to the room. at the Ballantyne Luxury Hotel in Charlotte. Constantly tell her to shut up!
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TheInfamousOne May 24
Replying to @TheInfamousOne6
or perhaps. is L’oréal looking for proof that she’s toxic to their brand? Should already have it but.... this was not a wise move. It doesn’t look good for a corporation to be mocking and victims voicing their concerns.
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LMS💦 💡🔥 May 22
Replying to @AnthonyCole68
Or for or HOUSING.
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⚖ Mary Cadwallader May 23
Not all injuries of are visible. That "trick" is abusive. Abusive to mother & child.
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Bel_downunder 🇭🇲 May 23
Replying to @RealMarkLatham
Geez Mark, what planet do you live on? Sadly, the latest statistics; And I would not give the person your talking about the light of day
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M.E.N.D. Family Court ⚖️🌊 11h
Family court has regurgitated a cycle of “why” women file charges. Women are liars. Women are jealous. Women are bitter. Women seek advantage. Women want custody. NEVER once has the court blamed men for committing DV, no matter how many women they murder.
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Anchor⚓️🖤 May 23
doesn’t always look like a black eye it looks like a deteriorating leg from a bad push / fall. Fuck you Tyler Flint. Thanks for the permanent nerve damage. And naww has nothing to do with my foot injury according to the doc this was all you.
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Robert S Wells May 23
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Rex Patrick May 19
. ‘told the ABC that a more wide-ranging inquiry would have been of little benefit given the coronavirus pandemic’. Seriously? Is he totally blind to reports of increased since the arrival of ?
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J.G. MacLeod May 19
Liz leaves Lake in her senior year of high school with her new boyfriend & his little brother to their abusive life. She soon discovers the of isn't easy to break.
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