“The proper message is that both gender groups have a capacity for domestic violence [and] women probably perpetrate more assaults on children then men do,” Mr Fergusson said.
The ramifications are a public health system that tends to overlook male victims of domestic violence.
One example was White Ribbon Day, which he had been critical of because it focused on female survivors of domestic violence and there was “no comparable day for male victims”.
“It is those biases which have been built into our system right the way through it, largely from feminist rhetoric that implies that males are always to blame”
it can be true in Britain and other countries too.
hat tip Lindsay Mitchell