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International dating violence study

Women lash out more frequently than their husbands or boyfriends, concludes John Archer, professor of psychology at the University of Central Lancashire and president of the International Society for Research on Aggression.

When it comes to domestic confrontation, women are more violent than men.

The study, which challenges the long-standing view that women are overwhelmingly the victims of aggression, is based on an analysis of 34,000 men and women by a British academic.

Each statistic includes a footnote citation for the original source, where you can find information about the methodology and a definition of terms.

Bruised and battered husbands have been complaining for years and now the biggest research project of its kind has proved them right.

This major gap in justice, safety, and violence prevention must be addressed.

VAWA 2013 includes a solution that would give Tribal courts the authority they need to hold offenders in their communities accountable.

Justice and safety for LGBT survivors: Lesbian, gay, bisexul and transgender survivors of violence experience the same rates of violence as straight individuals.