Internet Must-Read: What Men Don’t Know About Women
Rarely do we get a chance to link to Cracked.com (one of our favorite sites for humorous lists, charts, actual useful information, etc.), so when there is a bit of overlap between what they’re discussing and our own site’s theme, we have to take it. Which brings us to this great list they’ve put together entitled 6 Things Everyone Knows About Woman (That Aren’t True).
Yes, a lot of the list is pretty standard information (example: “#5. Woman Aren’t As Horny As Men” … no shit), but it’s definitely an enjoyable read throughout. Here’s the one on the list that caught our eye the most:
Most Victims of Domestic Violence Are Women
Making jokes about domestic violence is about as awesome as making jokes about genocide. So we’ll skip the hilarity and go straight to the stereotype about spouse abuse: If you’re talking about one person beating up another in the home, you’re probably talking about the man beating up the woman. That’s why everyone believes that bullshit statistic about spousal abuse skyrocketing on Super Bowl Sunday. Men are bigger, women are weaker. Men are more aggressive, more violent, more prone to jealousy, and women are their usual victims.
When actually …
Women are more likely to abuse, stalk and attack their partners than men are.
And there are literally hundreds of scientific studies with sample sizes in the thousands to back up this assertion. In the world of gender research, domestic violence is a subject that has been studied over and over again. The evidence is clear: When couples resort to physical violence, more often than not it’s the woman who attacks the man first.
Holy moly. Look out, fellas!
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.