About Emmanuel Ale
When it comes to the terms of domestic violence in relationships and marriages, knowing that for some people, it's a uncomfortable topic to talk about, knowing that it's a very serious topic that isn't to be taken lightly, when looking at it from a gender standpoint, knowing that the rate of men being the perpetrators and abusers and women being the victims is higher then the rate of women being the perpetrators and abusers and men being the victims, there tends to be some misconceptions that some of us as people have when it come to men abusing women in this situation. One misconception in which isn't always the case tends to be the matter of where in which a lot of us think that because a man does the act of physical abuse in one relationship, he's more likely prone to do it in the next and another issue is that some us tend to not understand what the definition of a woman-beater is with that being the case of where in which we assume that if a man does it once or in just one relationship. In this video, I break down that misconception by explaining the difference when a man physically abuses a woman once or in just one relationship or marriage and when a man is credible to be called, labelled or seen as being a woman-beater. You might learn something from this. Hope you enjoy.