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Cathy Young

Battered women - and men

By Cathy Young
July 16, 2009

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More and more studies on domestic violence are finding that women assault their partners about as often as men. Moreover, they do not act only in self-defense but are as likely as men to hit first, and with similar motives: anger, insecurity, controlling one's partner. It's time for this phenomenon to be taken seriously. (Full article: 695 words)

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