What Really Happens When Men Beat Women

Submitted by: Smoothjc1 4 years ago in

NO fake stuff here. Warning: Graphic
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Female 2,415
I don`t understand why women don`t leave their abusive spouses, it took my mom 18 yrs. to leave my sick fu*ck of a father. It does happen on both sides though, one of my brother-in-laws dad was abused by his wife for their entire marriage (he never left, right up to his actually natural death). It happens, it sucks, but don`t blame the victim even if they are way too scared to save themselves (male OR female). The abuser makes sure they do EVERYTHING and ANYTHING they can to keep the victim there and under their thumb. Sad to say, but it works. Please don`t blame the victim.
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Male 1
Honestly I was expecting something more graphic... this wasn`t so bad.
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Male 1,016
@thubanstar

I am glad to hear you are ok now.
You hit the nail right on the head except for one thing I have seen very strong willed women who have ended up in the same situation as you, after years of the mental abuse, where the self esteem is worn down systematically by the abuser.
It is the exact same process brainwashers use
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Male 1,016
Anyone who asks " Why didn`t she just leave?" obviously does not know the cycle of abuse.
The relationship starts fantastically it`s all love and hugs and kisses, then it starts simply, " You are useless, you are good for nothing , you are stupid"
The abuser will always start with breaking you down mentally, then will start isolating you from all your friends and family, then may hit you , apologize and swear it will never happen again and you believe him because you need to, remember, he is now your only support now, and it won`t ( for a while ).
Then it starts getting worse and at this point you believe it`s completely your fault.
Then when you finally seek help you have finally reached the end of the rope ....quite literally.
Fighting for your survival.
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Male 3,485
When I lived in a dorm, I was awake at an ungodly hour when I heard a ruckus outside my door; I looked out the peephole and saw a guy push a girl into the wall, she fell and hit her head, not enough to cause bleeding mind you. I slammed open the door, scaring him, but allowing her to retreat to safety. I stared him down for a minute or two before he slunk away in the opposite direction.

I later talked to her and told her if she needed help, to come seek me out, but she never did, but I hadn`t seen the guy, or heard any disturbance ever again.
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Male 461
Terrible. But why would she stay. Doesn`t do anything but prove that bad boys keep women coming back no matter how bad they treat them. Go ahead and tell us some of how "nice guys" are so terrible.
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Male 3,431
When I was about 12 years old a friend of mymom`sshowed upatour house half drunk and badly beaten.My dad, a mechanic, and I were working on a car in the drive way and needed to head to the parts store. On the way into town we made a detourand stoppedby mymomsfriend`shouse.

I was told by my pop to wait in the car whichI did. He`s6`4and around 250 pounds. A Korean War Vet, a Coal Miner, and a quiet, patient man.

When we pulled up in the truck he got outand strolled down the sidewalk to the house. He straightened his cap, knocked on the door, and whentheguy living there answered, I watched my dad, Beat. His. Ass. Right there in the guys front yard.

It was the most lopsided, futile, hopeless brawl I`ve ever seen. That poor bastard was literally grovelling like a Goddamncur and when my Dad decided he`d had enough, he straightened his hat got back in the car and told me that if I ever hit a woman, he would kick my ass too. And I believe him.
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Male 2,549
Gerry: "@ madduck, I don`t think we need shelters. It`s pretty rare a man puts up with that. More likely he hits her back, she calls the cops and they arrest him."

Dude, you`ve never met my grandfather. One day, after returning from the beach about a block away from my grandparents flat I walked up the stairs with my kids and my tremulous grandfather begged me to be quiet, "Your grandmother is in such a foul mood. I`m only trying to protect myself." (He`s a 78 year old man, former public servant, very accomplished career, managed a great deal of people; likely would strike most outsiders as an Alpha). I think that there are plenty of men who put up with it.
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Male 1,252
Its strange because i barely know anyone of my friends, colleagues and coworkers that wouldnt at least make mention of suspicion and instantly result in a supreme beat down and ass smashing of any man putting a woman in that position.
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Male 38,791

My deaf neighbor used to get beat up. With deaf people it`s more common `cause it`s more difficult for the handicapped to access aid. I let her know anytime she needed a safe place she could come to my apartment and we`d call 911. She never used the offer of help. Just stayed a victim until her lesbo live-in moved on to greener pastures.

I can understand if a woman has no where to turn, but she had the option of help and decided to be a punching bag instead. I don`t get that.
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Male 13,626
thubanstar
i know what your saying
but hell
Ive met a few gals like you
and I have no answer, you get to that level
and Ive tried to make good, even to the point of
lodging a female friend to keep her safe
but she still went back to him
and went back to the same crap
and she refused my aid after that
I can understand the females need to love and try to make good
but when it becomes harmful and dangerous
and they still go back
I stymied
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Male 761
@ McGovern1981 "speaking what others don`t have the balls to say is quite cowardly".

Is that why you think you`re doing? Because it`s not, what you`re actually doing is saying something very stupid and very generalized and ignorant. It is, it`s a fact.

But here`s what I find fascinating, you actually think you`re making a point that other are "afraid" to make. Not the case at all, people aren`t saying things like that because they`re afraid, they`re not saying it because it stupid to believe.

Truth, I only know what you project, don`t like my generalization of you don`t make yourself appear like a sad sexist.
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Male 13,626
thefatviking
Yeah
I know the scenario
My comment below covers it
went to help a gal
and she got me 200 hours community service
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Male 202
@ferdyfred

My brother intervened when he was at a club, and he saw a guy beating his his woman.
My brother (a huge guy) sucker punched the little bastard in the jaw, and knocked him out cold.
The woman then proceeded to display her gratitude by pulling a knife and trying to stab my brother.

I never tend to use the word, but "Bitches be crazy!"
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Male 13,626
@thefatviking
Sounds like the woman who I tried to help
they are to scared to just say ENOUGH
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Male 13,626
@Atrayu4u
Really?
Sorry Im old school
men who hit women need to be addressed
tis why I got done
but will never stop me from intervening again
Old fashioned as I might be
send him over here I`ll pay for the ticket ;-)



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Male 202
I have a cousin that is with a guy(I refuse to call him a man) that beats her.
I`ve talked to her about it, and even hidden her in my home when she got scared an ran away.
And though it sounds cruel, and some will call me ignorant, or a pig for it, I honestly think it`s as much her fault as his.
He`s a violent druggie piece of trash, but she refuses to see that. Despite the obvious, and what everybody says, she is convinced that he really loves her, and that she can make it work. It`s so damn tragic. Everyone offers their help to her, but she refuses to take it, she can`t see her own situation.

Even when he beats her really bad, and she gets scared and runs away, she still comes back to him after a few days.
I`m afraid for her safety now, if she stays with him, it`s just going to get worse, and if she leaves he`ll come after her.
I hope she realizes this soon, because you can`t take her away from him until she realizes this. Before then she`ll just keep goi
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Male 13,626
`I kept it to myself`
I got arrested 8 years ago for intervening a guy
beating his girlfriend to a pulp
saw him kicking the hell out of her
pulled up, and got out and pulled him off her
he took a swing so I kicked seven bells out of him
She was swimming in blood, but she took his side
and the court done me for ABH
she hadnt the courage to say I saved her
and to now I still wonder if she is still alive
got a community order,
200 hours cleaning the streets
Just for trying to help someone
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Male 7,123
`Can we please get past which gender is to blame `

We are. Clue; it`s the one doing the beating.
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Male 38,791

@ madduck, I don`t think we need shelters. It`s pretty rare a man puts up with that. More likely he hits her back, she calls the cops and they arrest him.

Women need shelters. We should have more of them so it`s easy when they do finally decide to leave the ass holes. Maybe women`s shelters could have 1 small room in case a guy shows up.
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Female 7,879
I agree- there should be shelters for men as well as women, there is no excuse for the inequality- although the information I have seen scattered around does make it clear that domestic abuse involves all sexes. The motivations are the same though.. I refer to a male abuser because I am a female,.... everything I have said can equally apply to a female abuser.
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Male 338
1 in 4 is the number of people who experience it in their whole lives, and the types of incidents included is very wide, so yeah...not as alarming as it sounds.

Besides, despite how terrible it is, my sympathy is tempered until such time as there is a more equal distribution of resources between victims of each gender....almost no support is available to male victims (no male shelters in the whole of Scotland for example...that`s none, nada, zilch, a duck egg)
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Male 38,791
LOL @ Turd!
They say the same thing in the US 1 in 4 "suffers from domestic violence". But it`s not like it sounds.

My neighbor was arrested and convicted of domestic violence. He found emails from his wife`s lover on the computer and in his anger he smashed the keyboard with a hammer. I have to stress: No one else was home at the time.

When she got home she saw the damange and called the cops. He got arrested because it "Creates and atmosphere of fear" so even though he never laid a hand on her, he was arrested and convicted of Domestic Violence. He later said he wished he had hit her because it`s the same punishment.

True story, so 1 in 4 ? I think the numbers are skewed.
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Male 4,893

1 in 4 women in the UK gets beaten? That doesn`t seem fair...EVERYONE in the UK deserves a punch to the face, not just the women.
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Female 7,879
Said a lot of what I could in the earlier post, but lets get a few things cleared up- spousal abuse is not just done by the obvious bullies ( males or female) - small, mild, timid men beat their wives, so do doctors, lawyers, surgeons and teachers. They pretty much always isolate their wife from a support network so may times the wife ( or husband- this goes both way) does not believe she will get any support or help. She thinks no one will believe her. These men are often friendly, relaxed and charismatic... the last people you would suspect
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Female 94
Can we please get past which gender is to blame (her for staying, him for being a douchebag) and get on the the real issue at hand: In the last 90 years, the relationship of marriage has evolved (both legally and socially) from one of Patriarch and ward/wife to one of equals and partners. However, despite this supposed equalization, 1/4 of women in the UK are beaten and brutalized by their husbands/partners. This is a problem that must be addressed and rectified. I`m sorry if the topic makes you uncomfortable...
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Male 2,711
@Dover78
"microcosmic problem"? Really?

* Every 9 seconds in the US a woman is assaulted or beaten (source).

* Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women - more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined.

* Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, or abused during her lifetime. Most often, the abuser is a member of her own family.

* Everyday in the US, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends.

* Domestic violence victims lose nearly 8 million days of paid work per year in the US alone - the equivalent of 32,000 full-time jobs.

* The costs of intimate partner violence in the US alone exceed $5.8 billion per year: $4.1 billion are for direct medical and health care services, while productivity losses a
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Female 1,478
Yikes. I`m also disturbed that this came from a site called bestgore dot com.

I`ve been hit on two separate occasions. Once by my boyfriend at the time. Went to court and such, but he played the I-have-a-daughter-to-take-care-of and I-just-enrolled-in-community-college good boy crap cards. They didn`t even listen to my side.

The other happened a couple days before this past Christmas. I actually laughed at the guy at the first punch because I was so shocked he actually punched me. The second was worse. Yay for strong teeth.
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Male 224
I`d like to hear more on some other demographic on demographic violence. Say Black on Midget violence, or maybe Women on Old Person. Old Woman on Quadriplegic Man would be interesting. Just something to get me good and fired up about a microcosmic problem, take my mind off the real world-wide problems.
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Male 7,123
`(see what I did there?)`

Yes.
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Male 2,711
I`d hit it.

(see what I did there?) :P
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Male 7,123
If only women were as rational and clear thinking as men, eh guys? Then there wouldn`t be a problem. Simple solution right there, but do they listen? Of course not, they just bring it on themselves.
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Male 143
Gerry - I agree. The very first time and it`s over. Abusers don`t change. That`s what I would do if the roles were reversed. Some crazy bitch gets all enraged and starts beating on me ? See ya.
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Male 14,334
[quote]I met few women who dated a guy who was a douchebag from the start (mostly they start out nice) and stuck with them, but a lot of young teens in their rebelling phase of life who do.[/quote]

And most of that said group wind up staying with them from fear, an I can change him view and other naivety. So in a round about way you`ve just agreed with me.
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Male 143
Ending the cycle of violence takes an immediate arrest, and then get the victim away to safety. OR a few of her close male friends need to find the guy in the night and make him look the same as she does. I`ve investigated hundreds of domestic assaults, and just about every time I`ve said to the guy "why don`t you take a swing at me and see what happens". Not one ever did. Wife beaters are cowards.
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Female 836
My ex hit me sometimes.

I stayed because I had nowhere else to go. No emotional support from anyone, no way of supporting myself financially. Eventually, he wore me down to the point where he could scream at me all night, and my only response was "yes dear". Someone tells you you are worthless enough times, you start to believe it.

You men who don`t get this truly are clueless. Bad self-esteem and helplessness are the reason women get into and stay with guys like this.
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Male 14,334
@peakingo

Yes, speaking what others don`t have the balls to say is quite cowardly uh? Truth peakingo
is this is the internet you don`t know a f**king damn thing about me.
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Male 761
Also, am I the only one weirded out by the fact that this video was posted on a site called "Best Gore"?
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Male 761
"yet girls still always go for the douchebag."

Spoken like a true coward. There are two types of douchebags:

1-Bro types who make it clear of who they are.

2-Cowardly types who act like a "nice guy" then make generalized comments about why girls don`t like nice guys like him and only go out with level 1 douchebags.

Truth McGovern, girls like guys with confidence and sometimes some, especially at a naive age, confuse that with douchbaggery.

I`m guessing you`re probably in the friend zone a lot and have some pent up resentment towards women.
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Male 2,390
You know, we should feel sorry, but it`s been said time and time and time again. I`ve seen it time and time and time again myself, but comeon! I realize that society is gradually dumbing itself down I doubt this woman could say `I really didn`t think it would have gone this far. I mean, the first 30 times he beat me I said it was my fault and maybe it still is........`

Wake up already. You see it in the news, you see it on the webz, it`s everywhere. There`s no reason that this should still continue.
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Male 260
My own title FAIL should read (adult male).
Because NO man beats a woman.
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Male 1,442
@insane_ai: My reality is I worked in a crown court for two years and I have seen too many cases of women not leaving to just go "Oh she likes him because he is a douchebag". There is obviously some more psychological reason then childish naivety in why 1/3 of women stay with abusers.

I met few women who dated a guy who was a douchebag from the start (mostly they start out nice) and stuck with them, but a lot of young teens in their rebelling phase of life who do. Unless McGovern hunts for girls in a school field, or women are very different in America, then it is not true.

@McGovern: Na, I just think that flat out statement to this is not what a 30 year old should still think. I thought that until I was out of school and being stuck in a office job with only women and the odd passing cop/judge/lawyer to talk to.
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Male 38,791

I understand they don`t start the relationship as beaters, but but the first time he hits her it`s over. Why is that such a difficult concept? Is it wishful thinking overriding the rational brain? "I want him to change so I`ll stay".

Wishful thinking doesn`t make anything better. Taking action does.
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Male 14,334
@Evil_Eye
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Male 1,450
1. Guys that do this deserver a long slow painful death.

@McGovern1981: Go to yahoo and find the article investigating why the women keep going back.

@Evil_Eye: Please overdose on whatever drug you are on because you clearly have no sense of reality. McGovern made a statement that happens to be true although uncomfortable. F-u-c-k off
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Male 2,332
Chavs are gonna chav.
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Male 1,442
@McGovern1981: You must get a lot then. You watch a video of a women who literally had her eyes punched out of her skull and say she is the one in fault.

I am in a long relationship and I just got it by asking. That is what the "nice guys" seem to forget to do most of the time.
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Female 6,381
I feel very sorry for this woman, but I`d bet money on one thing: he beat her before they had two kids. She chose not to leave him. It`s not her fault she was assaulted, just as it wouldn`t be her fault if she was attacked walking thru a park in the seedy part of town at 2:00 AM. But she would have told you that doing the latter would be crazy.
Girls should be taught in school: beaters don`t change.
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Male 14,334
Yet girls still always go for the douchebag.
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Male 260
Link: What Really Happens When Men Beat Women [Rate Link] - NO fake stuff here. Warning: Graphic
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