Diana Davison, Battered Wife Syndrome, COCK v TWAT

Canada has the world’s largest population of Honey Badgers (non-feminist and anti-feminist women). One of them is Diana Davison, who we’re pleased to learn recently established her own blog:

http://www.canadiancock.org

We’ve yet to encounter any of Diana’s articles or videos (whether on her new blog, or at A Voice for Men) which aren’t highly impressive. Her new blog also hosts pieces from others, a good example being John Hembling’s excellent piece about an ideologically-driven invention – Battered Wife Syndrome – which should be of considerable concern to Canadian men with female partners:

http://www.canadiancock.org/2014/03/20/frying-elizabeth-sheehys-battered-wives/

It’s known that Canadian women who kill their husbands rarely give a warning of their intentions, and most weren’t abused by them:

http://j4mb.org.uk/2014/03/21/canada-women-who-killed-husbands-rarely-gave-a-warning-and-most-werent-abused-study-finds/

Perhaps Diana’s most famous video to date is COCK v TWAT. The terms are acronyms for ‘Community Organised Compassion and Kindness’ and ‘The Women’s Activism Tyranny’. This video is a gem. Enjoy:

http://www.avoiceformen.com/women/diana-davison-with-some-words-for-women/

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • Haven’t watched the videos but I encountered a study awhile back, fairly easy to find, that declared that 90% of IPV perpetrated by a woman and resulting in the death of the husband was NOT motivated by any threat the woman feared. In fact, there was no evidence of any tangible motive.

    • Thanks for that. In most cases of one-directional DV the perpetrators are women.

      The most common ‘mitigating circumstances’ for killing intimate partners are different for men and women. For women it’s fear of partners, while for men it’s provocation (e.g. a partner’s infidelity). The law on this was altered in the last year or two of the last Labour administration by feminist MPs. A woman now has only to claim she feared her partner for the charge to be automatically downgraded from murder to manslaughter – and you can be sure she’ll be encouraged to use this defence. No evidence need be presented that she was genuinely in fear of her partner, or had any reason to be. If convicted she’ll probably serve 5 years for what is effectively murder, so it put male partners more at risk, and once again women won’t face appropriate punishment for their crimes.

      Men were adversely affected by another change at the same time, as provocation was no longer deemed admissible as a ‘mitigating circumstance’ – so a killing which before that point would have led to a charge of manslaughter, now attracts a charge of murder and of course a much longer prison sentence. So women are arguably less at risk than before.

  • Sounds as though they have all the cards. Right – MGTOW it is…
    Only way to be safe…

    • Javaloco, thanks for the great link. I put up a post about it and ‘hits’ have gone through the roof – I believe the social media types use the term ‘viral’!