MEN AND FATHERS: CONCERNING STATISTICS

The West Australian Department for Child Protection reveal that of the 582 substantiated cases of child abuse by their own biological parents in 2007-08, mothers were responsible for 73 per cent, while fathers committed only 27 per cent. In Western Australia, mothers are 17 times more likely than fathers to neglect their children. Also, mothers carried out almost 68 per cent of all cases of emotional and psychological abuse committed by parents against their children.

University of Western Sydney academic Michael Woods informs that the statistics “debunk the myth that fathers posed the greatest risk to their children”. Dr Woods also reminds that similar data was available in other (Australian) states it would show similar trends.

Between 1989 and 2012 women accounted for more than half (52%) of all child homicides. Not only are mothers more likely to kill their biological children than their fathers, but they also make up for more than half of all substantial maltreatment perpetrators, a fact confirmed by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC). In May 2015, AIC released Domestic Family Homicide in Australia, a research paper which states: Where females were involved in a homicide, they were more likely to be the offender in a domestic/family homicide.

Please watch this very confronting five minute video. Is Feminism Failing Boys. See how Governments have compounded the problem. How far we have moved away from our Creators rule book for families. It is just another “end times” sign which the world will ignore.

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