ERIN PIZZEY set up the world's first refuge for battered women in 1971 - and went on to establish an international movement for victims of domestic violence. But what she has never made public before is that her own childhood was scarred by the shocking cruelty of both her parents.
There isn't really a lot I can add to this article actually.
Mrs. Pizzey has some very pointed and accurate comments on feminism and the loss of the family and man bashing along with some very good quotes from the article which I will post.
Indeed, I would go so far as to say that the movement, which proclaimed that all men are potential rapists and batterers, was based on a lie that, if allowed to flourish, would result in the complete destruction of family life.
Re-freshing to see a leader in the DV movement say such a thing.
Many years later, when feminists started demonising all fathers, these stark images continually reminded me of the truth - that domestic violence is not a gender issue.
I was, on reflection, following my mother's unspoken orders. Remarkably, she had manipulated me to such a degree that I was now willing to murder for her.
I would encourage everyone to read this article and also browse the comments sections at the bottom.
The beast called feminism has gone so far that even a respected founder's opinion seems to have no impact on the women who will defend their privileged new social class.
John Lukacs, The Duel
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