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    problem for me is the lack of balance

    there is plenty of abuse against men, its just not reported as much

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolCat View Post
    problem for me is the lack of balance

    there is plenty of abuse against men, its just not reported as much
    It occurs less. It's reported less. Basically, it is as you surmised, and rightly so. It is far less prevalent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contractorinatractor View Post
    It occurs less. It's reported less. Basically, it is as you surmised, and rightly so. It is far less prevalent.
    Lower reporting rates is not the same as lower level of incidents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by contractorinatractor View Post
    It occurs less. It's reported less. Basically, it is as you surmised, and rightly so. It is far less prevalent.
    I disagree.

    If there is pressure to laugh at men that are abused or to see them as less of a man, then they are not going to report abuse.

    Gosh I can only imagine how bad things must get for a man to report abuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    I had a sex robot once. It insisted on marriage. Then divorced me.
    You had a lucky escape, I can imagine the pure tedium of being married to a Sex Robot, with the thing (lets call her Rachel just so she has a name) constantly wittering on about her need for more WD40, how you don't listen to her anymore, repeatedly asking you to put that Dr Who story "The Robots of Death" on again. Coming home and finding her in a compromising situation with the Hoover, the bloody Hoover of all things, hasn't even got a personality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneJag View Post
    You had a lucky escape, I can imagine the pure tedium of being married to a Sex Robot, with the thing (lets call her Rachel just so she has a name) constantly wittering on about her need for more WD40, how you don't listen to her anymore, repeatedly asking you to put that Dr Who story "The Robots of Death" on again. Coming home and finding her in a compromising situation with the Hoover, the bloody Hoover of all things, hasn't even got a personality.
    You may have put too much thought into this.

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