Impact of the fathers’ rights movement on violence against women

The fathers’ rights movement has had four forms of impact on violence against women.

  1. Priviledging contact over safety
  2. Discrediting victims
  3. (Impact on perceptions of intimate violence) Men’s versus women’s violence
  4. Protecting perpetrators and undermining supports for victims

You can read about each on “Fathers’ Rights” and Violence Against Women by Michael Flood
Presentation in Panel, “Myths, Misconceptions, and the Men’s Movement”, at Conference, Refocusing Women’s Experiences of Violence, Sydney, 14-16 September at

This is what is done and is continuing to be done, courtesy of your money via the federal government's fatherhood initiatives. This is why we refer to it as "Federally Funded Misogyny."

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