The sexual abuse by women of children and teenagers

UK TV Programme - Panorama - BBC1 - 10 pm Monday

Narrator:
The sexual abuse of children by women was once thought to be so rare it could be ignored. Today the victims tell a different story.

Government Inquiry – Gold Coast Safe Cities Project 1997

Men's Rights Agency - Sue Price

Effects of Divorce and Separation on Children:
Safe Cities Project looks for ways to make the Gold Coast a safer place to live.
The Effects of Divorce and Separation on Children
During the seventies and eighties, popular opinion and research of the day tried desperately to prove that children did not suffer any ill-effects from separation and divorce. Some later researchers, even though acknowledging separation does affect children, were keen to show the damage children suffer takes place during the conflict before separation and that divorce provides some relief.

Aggression in British Heterosexual Relationships: A Descriptive Analysis

Michelle Carrado, M.J. George, Elizabeth Loxam, L. Jones and Dale Templar

British 1994 CTS Domestic Violence Survey shows more married men are victims …
A 12-item scale, derived from the Conflict Tactics Scale, was administered to a representative sample of 1,978 heterosexual men and women in Great Britain in mid November 1994. Men and women were asked to identify conflict tactics sustained or inflicted in all past and present relationships and those sustained in current relationships. This paper reports results for physical victimization and also reports on two further questions asked to discern context and meaning ascribed to such sustained or inflicted victimization. Both sexes reported having experienced physical victimization with a higher percentage of men sustaining victimization, mainly as a result of minor acts of assault. Almost equal percentages of men and women reported inflicting victimization against partners. Additionally, incidence of physical victimization is presented according to relationship status, age, socioeconomic category and by regional distribution. Both sexes reported a range of reasons or contexts ascribed to their sustained or inflicted victimization.