(Note to my AM readers: sorry that my thoughts seem really jumbled on this post, I got to rambling on about everything on my mind)
Thanks to rohara on the Anti-Misandry fourms I became aware of a biased report that was released and I have read the report and sent an email to the Department of Justice:
My husband doesn't like to talk about it at all, but he was in an abusive D/s relationship(let's be honest, all forms of relationships are open to abuse) with his previous partner. The man he was involved with didn't treat him like a human being and went beyond what is acceptable in the BDSM community. Even though I practice domestic discipline with him, I very rarely have even a need to do so, and I always make sure that he understands that I love him very much. I don't go over his limits and I give him room to be a happily content house-husband. I am not perfect and accidents happen, and sometimes I let my anger and frustration get the best of me. But we are all human, we make mistakes and we learn
To whom this may concern,
I have recently read the report, "Practical Implications of Current Domestic Violence Research," and I am dismayed at the level of dishonesty that has been shown on this reportand on the host website. The SAVE letter that was sent to you on November 24th, 2010 reveals all of your gender bias. As a citizen of the United States, I am demanding honest statistics regarding domestic violence. The dishonesty on this report is harmful to the male victims of domestic abuse, our brothers, fathers, husbands, and sons. As the wife of a previous victim of domestic abuse I am sickened that the standard of research for the government that I pay for with my own tax dollars isn't honest.
I am going to post a link to the SAVE letter and I demand you fix this serious problem. http://www.saveservices.org/downloads/SAVE%20Data%20Quality%20Act%20letter
A concerned citizen of the United States.