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The feminist dream is to malign and destroy man's credibility by making all females victims, regardless of the situation, and ensure that all males are held to be aggressors even though that great lie is finally being exposed..

Feminists, especially radical feminists, a group of toxic lesbians, have been guiding legislation and laws to ensure those laws victimise men and boys for any reason they see fit. Lawmakers have deliberately turned the other cheek by passing those biased and sexist laws without scrutiny, thereby creating a victim class for women and allocating copious funding while at the same time ignoring services to benefit men and boys. This routine has been ongoing for the last 40 years as white knights and cowards in the legislator deny the existence of abusive women, which ofcourse, much to their amazement, do actually exist..

But not according to majority of mainstream politicians. They have betrayed their constituency, granted carte blanche arrangement to feminists to introduce laws and services for women, against men, at will..

This has to stop, your vote can and will count. It is time to assess what those politicians stand for and if they have demonstrated that they have passed those sexist, biased laws, boot them from office. They have to go..

Female violence society’s “dirty little secret,” especially in Alberta 
Beacon News | July 29, 2011 
By Christopher Walsh, 

Twenty years ago, a man named Earl was sitting alone in a mobile home, the oven door open, two propane tanks set on either side, when the phone rang. He wasn’t expecting the call, it just sort of came out of the blue as he readied to turn on the gas.

It was an acquaintance checking in to see how he was. It had been a tumultuous time. Forced to finally leave his wife and admit that he was the victim of female-perpetrated domestic violence was not an easy thing to do.
Not only was the issue not talked about, there were no support services to help men like Earl Silverman. He became a pariah, openly mocked and laughed at when he tried to explain his situation. Earl didn’t kill himself that day, but 20 years later, not a lot has changed.
“I’m still trying to find some services to help me deal with this experience and I can’t,” he says. “There’s nowhere I could go to talk about it. There’s an effort to ensure that the voice of male victims of domestic violence is not heard.
“They don’t want to admit that there’s a problem.”
While searching for support groups to help, Earl came to the conclusion that if the services weren’t there, he would try his best to provide them for other men. Twenty years ago, he began operating a helpline where men could call and talk to someone who understood and a couple years later, he opened the Men’s Alternative Safe House, or MASH 4077, to help men who experience female-perpetrated domestic violence.
“Sometimes part of the healing process is being a healer,” Earl says contemplatively. “Sometimes it isn’t.”
Although he has helped dozens of other men through the help line and safe house, he still hasn’t found the support he’s been looking for and has been unable to come to terms with the abuse he suffered. And while hearing back from men he’s helped over the years is fulfilling, it only goes so far.
“It does [feel good], for that moment,” Earl says. “Then I have to face the bias and all the other issues I typically face.”
Dr. Martin Fiebert, a professor of psychology at California State University, Long Beach, who has been studying the issue of female-perpetrated domestic violence on men since the mid-1990s, says the problem is only now beginning to be accepted by law enforcement and other social agencies.
“It’s one of those dirty secrets,” he says. “There was an entrenched mindset that developed and I would say, a feminist viewpoint, that always viewed men as the perpetrators.
“Female perpetration is a taboo topic. People have written about that and [it was] considered politically incorrect to discuss it.”
Fiebert says research funding agencies have tended not to provide grants to study the issue, journals have been reluctant to publish studies (in one case a researcher was threatened by the public, Fiebert says), a lot of talk around domestic violence is female-centered and female violence has traditionally been viewed as self-defence. But one of the biggest reasons for the silence around the issue is that a lot of men do not want to talk about it.
“Men have been victimized too, but what usually happens is that a man is ridiculed when he’s victimized; a woman is sympathized with,” Fiebert says. “People will laugh at men who are beaten up by their wives. That’s a pretty strong stigma.”