The first picture isn't representative of who is subject to the majority of psychological abuse.........which is men. It's back-to-front, totally misleading.
Undoubtedly women comprise of the greatest numbers of psychological terrorists and the most skilled practitioners of it, but despite the guise of gender neutrality in it's absurd proposal, don't expect this reality to be reflected in subsequent court actions/decisions.
Why shouldn't it be if men are to be targetted. In fact nagging as a premeditated form of 'psychological violence' is one of the more insidious variations compared with a spontaneous outburst such as shouting.although it was not clear last night if nagging would be viewed as breaking the law
The fact is, the French government knows that if they included nagging - the courts would be full of offending women, so like every other country, they daren't offend the precious female vote - no matter how much they have to corrupt the system to achieve it.
Does false allegations of infedelity include other false allegations I wonder (women often accuse infedelity to hide their own)? After all, a false allegation is the worse kind of 'psychological violence' you could possibly inflict on a person, with all it's social and legal repercussions.The law is expected to cover every kind of insult including repeated rude remarks about a partner's appearance, false allegations of infidelity and threats of physical violence.
Bitchy, spiteful and rude remarks seem to be the hallmark of many modern women. As for threats of physical violence, it seems women do this an awful lot 'under the radar,'....... I'll slap, punch, kick, hit you with, throw this at you...........in a minute..........if you don't....... shut up, do as I say, listen to me, stop doing that etc.
And feminists will continue lobbying until it's fully integrated into law and then start demanding target numbers of men for punishment (the same as rape). This of course is one step closer to legislating against any kind of criticism of the sacred cow!Critics said the measure was a gimmick produced in response to lobbying by feminists and would be impossible to implement.