Make No Mistake, “TERF” Is A Slur

Make No Mistake, “TERF” Is A Slur.

Yes it is. Trans E__(what ever it is this week]__ Radical Fish is an acronym used to shame virginistic lesbian women for not putting out or giving pity-fucks to middle aged men in dresses trying to get on disability and being the one guy lesbians go straight for.

We don’t accept them? They dont accept them. Most of the male ‘lesbian’ claims are the same. male born with female born, non altered. They have straight sex. It doesnt matter what you identify as: PIV is straight sex. Many would not consider gay sex and often shame gay men away by calling them ‘tranny-chasers’

 

I first learned about the cotton ceiling just a few years ago. It seemed so unlikely that the Lesbian community broke down so quickly. Let the men have their sex-rights and acronyms that make them feel they won some competition. Women, all of us- age, pregnancy, gay, straight bi, abortion, rape, Domestic Violence, racial issues, trafficking of women, femicide[often at the hands of men in DV]. All of us have different issues directly relating to being female. Women need their own groups.

New York was embarrassed. More black females died in homicide-related Domestic violence incidents. Don’t think white protects you from DV. In some states the number of WOC exceeds WW. However in Texas, In One year 150 white women were shot by their husbands in DV related incidents and 55 WOC were shot in Domestic Violence related incidents. Texas is anti-woman, we must stay united on these political issues that affect us all.

There is a one in 37 million chance of getting bit by a shark, and

there is a one in three chance you will be involved with a male with a DV problem[if you go that way] and yet no one questions the fear of the ocean…

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WordPress.com / Automattic censors Lesbian and Feminist Blogs

druidwinter:

Lets hope Gallus gets her blog back.
#freespeech #journalisticfreedom

Originally posted on The Cotton Ceiling:

If you are a blogger with multiple million readership, do take notice that Automattic who hosts WordPress.Com will censor you and freeze your blog, suddenly preventing you from moderating and approving comments, with no explanation, and no reply to your inquiry. You will be locked out of your own blog, prevented from posting, editing, or updating, with no explanation or prior notice whatsoever. Do take notice of this if you are interested in choosing a platform for your blog, especially if you are a lesbian or feminist blogger, who seem most effected. To repeat: Automattic who host WordPress.com practices censorship of feminist and lesbian blogs at random, without notice, and you will have no response from administration when they do so.

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@miss_sudo

druidwinter:

It is Rude to come after people with your personal fetishes. There is a problem in the gay community when Hetro-sex is being forced on gay people. It is wrong and homophobic to shame gay men and push fetishes on lesbians and intersexed persons. This is why the lesbians want to leave the LGBT.

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Untitled OK, maybe @miss_sudo doesn’t have a man’s dick. He definitely doesn’t have a woman’s dick though because, surprise, women don’t have dicks.

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Janet Mock on the “Underground Railroad” into Child Prostitution for Transgender Youth- and why he thinks that’s a good thing.

druidwinter:

Well, well, well, child prostitution, You mean Pedophilia and rape.

These children are being mislead into drugs, being ripped off, victims of crime and- almost certainly have to turn to other forms of crime when they are older, and have no other skills or education to fall back on.- like being a hooker is what being a woman is all about, typical for men with woman fetishes.

Women in prostitution actually experience a different reality then the made-for-TV boys’ adventure they are pushing..

Joel Rifkin, Gary Ridgeway, Pinkerton, were all long-time ‘johns’ that got bored paying for regular sex, and devalued women to the point where making them have unwanted sex and endure humiliating acts were not enough to get their frustrations and anger over women ‘out.’

Rory Conde was a long-time ‘john’ only killed 6 prostitutes. He would get so angry at his wife, they were targeted as a substitute woman to kill in place of his wife when he had marital problems. His wife was his target, not the prostitutes.

Prostitutes sell the right to abuse women, especially when they are willing to put the ‘john’s’ right to buy them and a pimps right to sell them- over their human rights. If the guys can get away with the woman not getting paid’ it seems to enhance the ‘buyer’s experience’, because it is ‘not work,’ it is not sex, it is selling female abuse.

Women are targeted on their ability to be used in prostitution. Teens are targeted on FB, Debt bondage and drug addiction are tools used to keep the women poor, while money changes hands between parasitic and abusive men.

It is a mistake to think prostitutes are targeted for being sexy -that is a pimp’s lie’

Like ‘rapists,’ Criminal Males objectify and target ‘women’ for violence for their sex[being a female] & status[as an object to use for narcissistic gratification], not the woman’s ‘job’.

So far, women with drug addictions, regardless of their job- are #1 targeted for violence. It is an obvious weakness, in depressed states, PTSD women self-harm and medicate in dire circumstances.

The largest number of working prostitutes are homeless drug addicted females. -But these women’s voices are marginalized right ouf the sexworker ‘rights’ pool along with the trafficked women that want out.

The ‘every hooker for themselves’ attitude is selfish and narcissistic, because of the multitude of women that are hurt by this form of slavery that they want to ignore because of the naive promise of ‘lots of money’.

Whose targeted?  Women or Prostitutes? Truck drivers that were discovered to be killers, would target hitch hikers, runaways and female drug addicts that prostitute- equally. There are not as many hitch hikers as the 70s, but many serial killers from that time targeted them over prostitutes.

Women should not be defined as ‘things that prostitute’ over being ‘women with money/ drug problems.’

Some of these diluted women are proud to toot that they are doing this for a living and a month away from being a homeless prostitute, likely Are the very-same outspoken ‘activists’ that brag about drug use’ on other boards-but the truth is, they need drug treatment because they are protecting their drug problem that is supported by their prostitution, and would not want to protect pimps/buyers over themselves if they did not have a drug problem.

Buying & selling Abuse: Two sides of a dangerous coin.

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Gay Male Janet Mock thinks child prostitution is "empowering"

Gay Male Janet Mock thinks child prostitution is “empowering”

A sense of community, sisterhood, resiliency, resources, strength. It was like our underground railroad of resources to navigate a system not built for us. And for me that’s what sex work gave me.”- Janet Mock on his child prostitution experience.

Janet Mock says child prostitution is “liberatory” and “empowering” for transgender children in an article and series of videos he published this week. He describes an “underground railroad” of adult males that introduce transgender minors, including himself, into sexual relations with adult men for pay, which he celebrates as “making us feel desired”.

It is hard to imagine a public figure celebrating child prostitution and publicly testifying to personal knowledge of an “underground railroad” that coveys minors into sexual acts with adults without –at the very least- being questioned by the FBI. But in this case it is supposedly

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Nine years stats for Domestic violence in the USA Counting dead women and making them count

I noticed on many social media sites, they have no idea how bad Domestic Violence actually is;

Domestic Violence effects all women as a class. 

We always hear how it effects 1/3 of women in the world, well, this is a little off;

Domestic violence effects 1/3 of the women in the most advanced nations. In other countries, Domestic violence effects 60% of women and some places, 80% of women live in situations where they do not have the full human rights that men are given and likely to be killed by a male before they even reach 35. But, for sake of argument, lets just look at the stats on DV in the USA.

A 2001 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on homicide among intimate partners found that female intimate partners are more likely to be murdered with a firearm than all other means combined.  The study concluded:  “the figures demonstrate the importance of reducing access to firearms in households affected by IPV [intimate partner violence]

The Numbers for Hispanic women are not included. The number of Hispanic women affected by domestic is quite high. ‘Femicide’ was first coined by the hispanic community to describe the killing of females. 

For some lame reason, the FBI has omitted counting them along with tribal native American women killed in Domestic violence in the following report series. It is based mostly on gunshot deaths.

Because of these reports Men with Domestic Violence records are not allowed to own firearms in certain states.

Surprisingly, white women are not privileged or  saved from domestic violence by their whiteness and more likely to be shot by a partner in Domestic Violence. Especially if they live in Texas.

I can totally get this. My first husband pointed a loaded 38 at my head and told me he would kill me if I left. He is in prison for a white collar crime and I  divorced him long ago, but white guys can be so narcissistic and possessive of females, they would rather kill them then let them  leave and find happiness somewhere else.

I benefited from a domestic violence shelter. Women’s lives are in danger when they leave guys like this, and spots are so few, 100,000 women are turned away for lack of space at shelters.Although, I believe homeless men need shelter as well, It is not a good idea to put them in with battered women that usually have children in tow and are suffering from the shock, fear and PTSD from the initial breaking it off with a violent man. The last thing they want to see is a man.

In 2003, there were 1,817 females reported murdered by males in single victim/single offender incidents that were submitted to the FBI for its Supplementary Homicide Report.

These key findings from the report, expanded upon in the following sections, 11 dispel many of the myths regarding the nature of lethal violence against women:
o For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 92 percent of female victims (1,547 out of 1,689) were murdered by someone they knew.
o More than 10 times as many females were murdered by a male they knew (1,547 victims) than were killed by male strangers (142 victims).
o For victims who knew their offenders, 62 percent (952) of female homicide victims were wives or intimate acquaintances of their killers.12
o There were 316 women shot and killed by either their husband or intimate acquaintance during the course of an argument.
o Nationwide, more female homicides were committed with firearms (50 percent) than with any other weapon. Knives and other cutting instruments accounted for 21 percent of all female murders, bodily force 15 percent, and murder by blunt object 7 percent. Of the homicides committed with firearms, 77 percent were committed with handguns.

o In 88 percent of all incidents where the circumstances could be determined, homicides were not related to the commission of any other felony, such as rape or robbery.

The 10 States with the Highest Rates of Female Homicide are listed by year /date, and this is men killing women because they are female in Domestic Violence. Additional numbers of women killed by other violent crimes are not included, these are mostly violent deaths associated with domestic disputes that 1/3 of women in the USA has to put up with.

Alaska
9 females were murdered by males in Alaska in 2003
Age: One victim was less than 18 years old. The average age was 30 years old.
Race:  Out of 9 female victims, 1 was black, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 6 were white.
Weapons: For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 3 out of 9 were shot & killed with handguns. There were 2 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 1 female killed by bodily force.

For homicides in which the victim to offender relationship could be identified, 6 out of 7  were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 3 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 6 out of 7  were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 5 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Nevada
29 females were murdered by males in Nevada in 2003
Age:  3 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race :Out of 29 female homicide victims, 3 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 3 were black, and 23 were white.
Weapons:  17 out of 29 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 13 victims were killed with handguns. There were 2 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 4 females killed by bodily force.

27 out of 28  were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 20 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  21 out of 22  were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 13 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Louisiana
56 females were murdered by males in Louisiana in 2003                                                                                                                                                                                                    Age: 4 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 2  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 33 years old.                               Race: Out of 56 female homicide victims, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, 31 were black, and 24 were white.                                                  Weapons: Homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 34 of 56 were shot and killed with guns. 26 were killed with handguns. There were 11 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 4 females killed by bodily force.

85% of female victims (45 out of 53) were murdered by someone they knew. Eight female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 29  were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 40 out of 45  were not related to the commission of any other felony. 28 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

New Mexico
23 females were murdered by males in New Mexico in 2003
Age: Three female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 3 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 37 years old.
Race: Out of 23 female homicide victims, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, 1 was black, and 20 were white.
Weapons: 7 out of 21 were shot and killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

96% of female victims (22 out of 23) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 13 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  17 out of 19  were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 13 homicides  involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Tennessee
71 females were murdered by males in Tennessee in 2003
Age: Three females were less than 18 years old and 4 were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race:  Out of 71 female homicide victims, 25 were black and 46 were white.
Weapons: 34 out of 65 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 28 victims were killed with handguns. There were 15 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 5 females killed by a blunt object, and 8 females killed by bodily force.

59 out of 67  were murdered by someone they knew. Eight female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 37  were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 91% (42 out of 46) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 71% (30 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

South Carolina
47 females were murdered by males in South Carolina in 2003
Age: Three females were less than 18 years old and 1 victim was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 35 years old.
Race: Out of 47 female homicide victims, 22 were black and 25 were white.
Weapons: 26 out of 43 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 73% (19 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 7 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, and 9 females killed by bodily force.

91% of female victims (41 out of 45) were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 28  were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  37 out of 46 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 28 homicides  involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Arizona
60 females were murdered by males in Arizona in 2003
Age: Six female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 4 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 35 years old.                      Race: Out of 60 female homicide victims, 3 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, 10 were black, and 45 were white.   Weapons: 31 out of 60 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 25 victims were killed with handguns. There were 6 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 5 females killed by a blunt object, and 12 females killed by bodily force.

79% of female victims 45 out of 57 were murdered by someone they knew. Twelve female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 29 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 44 out of 55 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 32 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Georgia
90 females were murdered by males in Georgia in 2003
Age: Thirteen female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 4 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 33 years old.
Race:  Out of 90 female homicide victims, 3 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 57 were black, and 30 were white.
Weapons: 47 out of 84 were shot and killed with guns. 39 with handguns. There were 14 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 15 females killed by bodily force.

90% of female victims (79 out of 88) were murdered by someone they knew. Nine female victims were killed by strangers. 46 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 67 out of 85 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 59 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Mississippi
29 females were murdered by males in Mississippi in 2003
Age:  Three female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 3 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 29 female homicide victims, 20 were black and 9 were white.
 Weapons: 16 out of 29 were shot and killed with guns. 13 victims were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

100% of female victims (28 out of 28) were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 18 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  16 out of 19 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 11 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Texas
213 females were murdered by males in Texas in 2003
Age: 31 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 16  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 34 years old.
Race: Out of 213 female homicide victims, 4 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 41 were black, and 168 were white.
Weapons: 94 out of 199 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 70 percent [66 victims], were killed with handguns. There were 43 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 13 females killed by a blunt object, and 38 females killed by bodily force.

93% of female victims (187 out of 202) were murdered by someone they knew. Fifteen female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 118  were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  164 out of 180 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 88 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

United States
In all  1,817 females were murdered by males in the United States in 2003

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2004, 1,807 Women were killed In Domestic Violence stateside, USA 

Alaska
9 females were murdered by males in Alaska in 2004
Age: Two females were less than 18 years old and 1 victim  was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 33 years old.
Race: Out of 9 female homicide victims, 1 was black, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 6 were white.
Weapons: 2 out of 9 were shot and killed with handguns. There were 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 1 female killed by bodily force.

100% of female victims 9 out of 9 were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 2 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  100% (9 out of 9) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 4 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

New Mexico
23 females were murdered by males in New Mexico in 2004
Age: Two females, under 18 years old and 4 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race: Out of 22 female homicide victims, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, and 20 were white.
Weapons: 8 out of 21 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 7 victims were killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 6 females killed by bodily force.

96% of female victims (22 out of 23) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 10 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. . 100% (18 out of 18) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 8 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Wyoming
6 females were murdered by males in Wyoming in 2004
Age: The average age was 32 years old.
Race:  Out of 6 female homicide victims, 1 was black and 5 were white.
Weapons: 1 out of the 4 was shot and killed with a gun. There was 1 female killed with knives or other cutting instruments.

100% of female victims (6 out of 6) were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. All of the victims who knew their offenders, 2 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 4 out of 5 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 2 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Louisiana
54 females were murdered by males in Louisiana in 2004
Age: One female was less than 18 years old and 3 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 37 years old.
Race: Out of 54 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 30 were black, and 23 were white.
Weapons: 30 out of 52 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 21 victims were killed with handguns. 8 females were killed with knives or other cutting instruments and 8 females killed by bodily force.

94% of female victims (50 out of 53) were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 34  were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  81% (30 out of 37) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 16 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Nevada
25 females were murdered by males in Nevada in 2004
Age: One victim was less than 18 years old and 4 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 39 years old.
Race: Out of 25 female homicide victims, 2 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, 3 were black and 19 were white.
Weapons: 13 out of 24 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 10 were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

24 out of 25 were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 18 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. . 23 out of 25 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 15 homicides)\ involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

South Carolina 46 females were murdered by males in South Carolina in 2004                                                                                                                                                                    Age: Three victims less than 18 years old and 1 victim  was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 35 years old.                                                                    Race: Out of 46 female homicide victims, 29 were black and 17 were white.                                                                                                                                                   Weapons: 26 out of 40 were shot and killed with guns. 21 victims were killed with handguns. There were 7 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

46 out of 46 were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. 33 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.   90% (37 out of 41) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 29 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Georgia
90 females were murdered by males in Georgia in 2004
Age :Eight female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 5 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.                   Race: Out of 89 female homicide victims, 39 were black, and 50 were white.                                                                                                                                               Weapons: 43 out of 87) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 74 percent (32 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 21 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 8 females killed by a blunt object, and 14 females killed by bodily force.

96% of female victims (86 out of 90) were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. 55 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.   51% (40 out of 79) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 33 homicides) involved arguments.

Oklahoma
36 females were murdered by males in Oklahoma in 2004
Age: Six female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 3 victims (8 percent) were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race: Out of 36 female homicide victims, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, 9 were black, and 25 were white.
Weapons: 20 out of 34 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 15 victims were killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 6 females killed by bodily force.

91% of female victims (32 out of 35) were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 19 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 81% (26 out of 32) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 16 homicides involved arguments.

Kentucky
39 females were murdered by males in Kentucky in 2004
Age: Three female homicide victims were younger than 18 years old and 1 victim  was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 35 years old.
Race: Out of 39 female homicide victims, 5 were black and 34 were white.
Weapons: For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 24 out of 38 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 16 victims were killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 6 females killed by bodily force.

86% of female victims (32 out of 37) were murdered by someone they knew. Five female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 22  were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  93% (25 out of 27) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 18 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Tennessee
54 females were murdered by males in Tennessee in 2004
Age: Two female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 7 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 54 female homicide victims, 21 were black and 33 were white.
Weapons: 27 out of 48 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 17 victims were killed with handguns. There were 11 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 6 females killed by bodily force.

91% of female victims (41 out of 45) were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. 28 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  89% (32 out of 36) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 21 homicides involved arguments.
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United States
1,807 females were murdered by males in the United States in 2004

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2005

1,858 Women were killed by men in Domestic Violence for being female in 2005

Nevada
30 females were murdered by males[DV] in Nevada in 2005
Age: Three females were less than 18 years old. The average age was 31 years old.
Race: Out of 30 female homicide victims, 3 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 4 were black, and 23 were white.
 Weapons:15 out of 30 were shot and killed with guns. 11 victims were killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

96% of female victims (27 out of 28) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 15 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. Among the female intimates who were murdered, 23 out of 26 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 10 homicides involved arguments.

Alaska
8 females were murdered by males in Alaska in 2005
Age: The average age was 37 years old.
Race: Out of 8 female homicide victims, 5 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 3 were white.
 Weapons: 2 out of 8 were shot and killed with guns. 1 victim was killed with a handgun. There were 3 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments and 1 female killed by bodily force.

100% of female victims (8 out of 8) were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. 4 victims) were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 88% (7 out of 8) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 6 homicides involved arguments.

Louisiana
50 females were murdered by males in Louisiana in 2005
Age: Four female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 2 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 33 years old.
Race: Out of 50 female homicide victims, 35 were black, and 15 were white.
Weapons: 29 out of 44 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 83 percent (24 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 7 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 4 females killed by bodily force, and 2 females killed by a blunt object.

86% of female victims (42 out of 49) were murdered by someone they knew. Seven female victims were killed by strangers. 20 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders, 80% (28 out of 35) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 17 homicides involved arguments.

New Mexico
21 females were murdered by males in New Mexico in 2005
Age: Three female homicide victims  were younger than 18 years old and 1 victim  was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 39 years old.
Race: Out of 21 female homicide victims, 21 were white.
 Weapons 7 out of 18 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 5 victims were killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

90% of female victims (19 out of 21) were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 11 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 81% (13 out of 16) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 9 homicides involved arguments.

Mississippi
30 females were murdered by males in Mississippi in 2005
Age: Two female homicide victims were younger than 18 years old and 6 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 30 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 17 were black, and 12 were white.
Weapons: 15 out of 29) were shot and killed with guns. 9 victims were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 7 females killed by a blunt object, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

100% of female victims (27 out of 27) were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. 14 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 89% (16 out of 18) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 75 percent (12 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Arkansas
28 females were murdered by males in Arkansas in 2005
Age: Three female homicide victims  were younger than 18 years old and 2 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 32 years old.
Race: Out of 28 female homicide victims, 12 were black, and 16 were white.
Weapons 18 out of 25 were shot and killed with guns.  10 victims were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments and 2 females killed by bodily force.

100% of female victims (21 out of 21) were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 12 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. , 83% (20 out of 24) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 13 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

South Carolina
43 females were murdered by males in South Carolina in 2005
Age: Five female homicide victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 43 female homicide victims, 22 were black, and 21 were white.
 Weapons: 51% of female victims (21 out of 41) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 17 victims were killed with handguns. There were 9 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

95% of female victims (38 out of 40) were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers.  30 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 78% (32 out of 41) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 25 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Alabama
44 females were murdered by males in Alabama in 2005
Age: Two female homicide victims  were younger than 18 years old and 2 victimswere 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race: Out of 44 female homicide victims, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, 28 were black, and 15 were white.
Weapons: 25 out of 33 were shot and killed with guns. 23 victims were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments and 3 females killed by bodily force.

92% of female victims (33 out of 36) were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 22 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders., 100% 22 out of 22 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 18 homicides involved arguments.

Tennessee
57 females were murdered by males in Tennessee in 2005
Age: Four female homicide victims were younger than 18 years old and 8 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 56 female homicide victims where race was identified, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 21 were black, and 34 were white.
 Weapons 30 out of 56 were shot and killed with guns. 23  were killed with handguns. There were 9 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 5 females killed by a blunt object, and 11 females killed by bodily force.

93% of female victims (50 out of 54) were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders,39 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  97% (34 out of 35) were not related to the commission of any other crimes. 22 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Oklahoma                                                                                                                                                                                                                          33 females were murdered by males in Oklahoma in 2005                                                                                                                                                                                  Age: Three female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 5 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 39 years old.     Race: Out of 33 female homicide victims, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, 9 were black, and 22 were white.                                       Weapons : 18 out of 33 were shot and killed with guns. 16 victims were killed with handguns. There were 6 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 6 females killed by bodily force.

87% of female victims (27 out of 31) were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. 15 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 94% (29 out of 31) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 41 percent (12 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
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United States
1,858 females were murdered by males in the United States in 2005

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1,836 women killed in reported domestic disputes

Nevada
40 females were murdered by males in Nevada in 2006
Age: One female homicide victim  was under 18 years old and 5 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 44 years old.
Race: Out of 39 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 6 were black, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 31 were white.
Weapons: 18 out of 39 were shot and killed with guns. 9 victims were killed with handguns. There were 8 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 4 females killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

92% of female victims (36 out of 39) were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 23  were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 11 victims were killed with guns; 36 percent of these (4 victims) were shot and killed with handguns.  91%  (32 out of 35) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 5 homicides involved arguments.

South Carolina
63 females were murdered by males in South Carolina in 2006
Age: Seven female homicide victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 41 years old.
Race: Out of 63 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 31 were black, and 31 were white.
Weapons 33 out of 57 were shot and killed with guns. 23 victims were killed with handguns. There were 13 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 5 females killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

98% of female victims (57 out of 58) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 36 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders., 75% (39 out of 52) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 33 homicides involved arguments.

Alabama
52 females were murdered by males in Alabama in 2006
Age: One female homicide victim was younger than 18 years old and 3 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 36 years old.
Race: Out of 51 female homicide victims, 28 were black, and 23 were white.
 Weapons: 33 out of 38 were shot and killed with guns. 28 victims were killed with handguns. There were 3 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

91% of female victims (40 out of 44) were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 63 percent (25 victims) were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 96% (24 out of 25) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 21 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender

Oklahoma
38 females were murdered by males in Oklahoma in 2006
Age: Five female homicide victims were under 18  and 3 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 37 years old.
Race: Out of 38 female homicide victims, 6 were black, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 30 were white.
Weapons 20 out of 36 were shot and killed with guns. 11 victims were killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

97% of female victims (36 out of 37) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 22 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  86% (31 out of 36) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 61 percent (19 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Louisiana
43 females were murdered by males in Louisiana in 2006
AgeOne female homicide victim  was younger than 18 years old and 8 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 42 years old.               Race:Out of 43 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 23 were black, and 19 were white.                                                                               Weapons: 29 out of 41 were shot and killed with guns. 24 victims were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 4 females killed by bodily force.

90% of female victims (38 out of 42) were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. 24 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  81% (30 out of 37) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 18 homicides involved arguments.

Vermont
6 females were murdered by males in Vermont in 2006
Age: The average age of female homicide victims was 42 years old.
Race: Out of 5 female homicide victims, 5 were white.
Weapons: 4 out of 5 were shot and killed  with handguns. There was 1 female killed by bodily force.

67% of female victims (4 out of 6) were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. 3 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders 5 out of 5 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 2 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Texas
214 females were murdered by males in Texas in 2006
Age: Twenty-six female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 15 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 37 years old.
Race: Out of 214 female homicide victims, 7 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 53 were black, and 154 were white.
Weapons: 122 out of 198 were shot and killed with guns. 88 victims were killed with handguns. There were 32 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 13 females killed by a blunt object, and 27 females killed by bodily force.

88% of female victims (176 out of 199) were murdered by someone they knew. Twenty-three female victims were killed by strangers. 106 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 91% (178 out of 196) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 87 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Arkansas
25 females were murdered by males in Arkansas in 2006
Age: Six female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 2 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 32 years old.
Race: Out of 25 female homicide victims, 2 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 12 were black, and 11 were white.
Weapons: 15 out of 22 were shot and killed with guns. 9 victims were killed with handguns. There was 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

96% of female victims (23 out of 24) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 11 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 15 out of 15 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 53 percent (8 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Arizona
53 females were murdered by males in Arizona in 2006
Age: Six female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 8 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 39 years old.
Race: Out of 53 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 6 were black, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 45 were white.
Weapons: For homicides in which the weapon used could be identified, 51 percent of female victims (27 out of 53) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 74 percent (20 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 10 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 9 females killed by a blunt object, and 4 females killed by bodily force.

92% of female victims (49 out of 53) were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 61 percent (30 victims) were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. Among the female intimates who were murdered, 57 percent (17 victims) were killed with guns; 76 percent of these (13 victims) were shot and killed with handguns.  92% (48 out of 52) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 58 percent (28 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Tennessee
53 females were murdered by males in Tennessee in 2006
Age: One female homicide victim  was younger than than 18 years old and 5 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 41 years old.
Race: Out of 52 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 22 were black, and 29 were white.
Weapons: 30 out of 48 were shot and killed with guns. 24 victims were killed with handguns. There were 6 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 9 females killed by bodily force.

94% of female victims (46 out of 49) were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 28 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders., 95% (35 out of 37) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 26 homicides involved arguments.

United States
1,836 females were murdered by males in the United States in 2006

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Louisiana
57 females were murdered by males in Louisiana in 2007
Age: Seven female homicide victims were under 18 years old and 4 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 36 years old.
Race: Out of 57 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 31 were black, and 25 were white.
Weapons: 34 out of 53 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 26 victims were killed with handguns. There were 6 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 6 females killed by bodily force.

90% of female victims (46 out of 51) were murdered by someone they knew. Five female victims were killed by strangers. 31 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. , 85 percent (29 out of 34) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 22 homicides involved arguments.

Alaska
8 females were murdered by males in Alaska in 2007
Age: One female homicide victim was under 18 years old. The average age was 28 years old.
Race: Out of 8 female homicide victims, 1 was black, 3 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 4 were white.
Weapons: 1 out of 8 were shot and killed with a handgun. There was 1 female killed with a knife or other cutting instrument, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

88% of female victims (7 out of 8) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 29 percent (2 victims) were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  86 %(6 out of 7) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 2 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Wyoming
6 females were murdered by males in Wyoming in 2007
Age: The average age was 30 years old.
Race: Out of 6 female homicide victims, all 6 were white.
Weapons: 2 out of 6 were shot and killed with guns. 1 victim was killed with a handgun. There was 1 female killed with a knife or other cutting instrument, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

6 out of 6 were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 5 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 4 out of 4 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 2 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Arkansas
33 females were murdered by males in Arkansas in 2007
Age: Two female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 2 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 33 female homicide victims, 16 were black, and 17 were white.
Weapons: 13 out of 28 were shot and killed with guns. 10 victims were killed with handguns. There were 6 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 6 females killed by bodily force.

89% of female victims (24 out of 27) were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 13 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. , 84% (21 out of 25) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 81 percent (17 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Nevada
28 females were murdered by males in Nevada in 2007
Age: Two female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 2 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 35 years old.
Race: Out of 28 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 4 were black, and 23 were white.
 Weapons: 15 out of 26 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 100 percent (15 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

96% of female victims (26 out of 27) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 20 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 95% (20 out of 21) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 6 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Alabama
53 females were murdered by males in Alabama in 2007
Age: Four female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 3 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 39 years old.
Race: Out of 52 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 23 were black, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 27 were white.
Weapons: 27 out of 43 were shot and killed with guns. 23 victims were killed with handguns. There were 9 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

83% of female victims (35 out of 42) were murdered by someone they knew. Seven female victims were killed by strangers. 21 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 30 out of 34 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 93 percent (28 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

New Mexico
22 females were murdered by males in New Mexico in 2007
Age: Two female victims  were less than 18 years old. The average age was 34 years old.
Race: Out of 22 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 1 was black, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 18 were white.
Weapons: 10 out of 21 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 100 percent (10 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 2 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, and 9 females killed by bodily force.

91% of female victims (20 out of 22) were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 55 percent (11 victims) were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.21 out of 21  were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 12 homicides  involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

South Carolina
46 females were murdered by males in South Carolina in 2007
Age: Three female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 3 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 39 years old.
Race: Out of 46 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 18 were black, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 26 were white.
Weapons:20 out of 39  were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 16 victims were killed with handguns. There were 9 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 4 females killed by a blunt object, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

95% of female victims (41 out of 43) were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 66 percent (27 victims) were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders., 78% (32 out of 41) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, (25 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Oklahoma
37 females were murdered by males in Oklahoma in 2007
Age: Four female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 2 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 35 years old.
Race: Out of 37 female homicide victims, 7 were black, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 28 were white.
Weapons: 16 out of 34 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 12 victims were killed with handguns. There were 8 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 6 females killed by bodily force.

34 out of 37 were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 19 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  88% (30 out of 34) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 19 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Arizona
61 females were murdered by males in Arizona in 2007
Age: Six female homicide victims were younger than 18 years old and 6 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 37 years old.
Race: Out of 61 female homicide victims, 3 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 10 were black, and 48 were white.
Weapons: 28 out of 59 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 24 victims were killed with handguns. There were 12 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 4 females killed by a blunt object, and 11 females killed by bodily force.

92% of female victims- 56 out of 61 were murdered by someone they knew. Five female victims were killed by strangers. 29 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  95% (56 out of 59) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 29 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

United States
1,865 females were murdered by males in the United States in 2007

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Nevada
38 females were murdered by males in Nevada in 2008
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (36 homicides), 3 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 2 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 43 years old.
Race: Out of 38 female homicide victims, 3 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 6 were black, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 28 were white.
Weapons: 19 out of 35 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 14 victims were killed with handguns. There were 7 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 6 females killed by a blunt object, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

83% of female victims (29 out of 35) were murdered by someone they knew. Six female victims were killed by strangers. 20 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 88% (28 out of 32) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 14 percent (4 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Vermont
8 females were murdered by males in Vermont in 2008
Age: homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (6 homicides), 1 female homicide victim  was less than 18 years old and 1 victim  was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 39 years old.
Race: Out of 8 female homicide victims, 8 were white.
 Weapons; 3 out of 8) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 1 victim was killed with a handgun. There were 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

8 out of 8 were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. 3 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 7 out of 7 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 2 homicides  involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Alabama
50 females were murdered by males in Alabama in 2008
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (47 homicides), 6 female homicide victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 41 years old.
Race: Out of 50 female homicide victims, 24 were black, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 25 were white.
 Weapons: 83% of female victims (39 out of 47) were shot and killed with guns. 33 victims were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

97% of female victims (38 out of 39) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 26 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 92% (22 out of 24) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 21 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

North Carolina
97 females were murdered by males in North Carolina in 2008
Age:  homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (92 homicides), 5 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 12 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 95 female homicide victims, 4 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 32 were black, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 58 were white.
Weapons: 46 out of 87  were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 30 victims were killed with handguns. There were 14 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 21 females killed by bodily force.

91% of female victims (78 out of 86) were murdered by someone they knew. Eight female victims were killed by strangers. 52 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 85% (51 out of 60) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 21 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Tennessee
63 females were murdered by males in Tennessee in 2008
Age:For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (61 homicides), 8 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 7 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 36 years old.
Race: Out of 63 female homicide victims, 28 were black, and 35 were white.
Weapons 28 out of 50 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 14 victims were killed with handguns. There were 7 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 5 females killed by a blunt object, and 10 females killed by bodily force.

95% of female victims (57 out of 60) were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 32 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 98% (39 out of 40) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 59 percent (23 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Texas
209 females were murdered by males in Texas in 2008
Age homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (199 homicides), 13 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 12 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 37 years old.
Race: Out of 209 female homicide victims, 5 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 52 were black, and 152 were white.                                                                       Weapons 54 percent of female victims (110 out of 203) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 90 victims were killed with handguns. There were 46 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 11 females killed by a blunt object, and 27 females killed by bodily force.

90% of female victims (182 out of 203) were murdered by someone they knew. Twenty-one female victims were killed by strangers. 118 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  89% (167 out of 188) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 64 percent (107 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Arkansas
25 females were murdered by males in Arkansas in 2008
Age: homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (23 homicides), 3 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 2 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 34 years old.
Race: Out of 24 female homicide victims, 12 were black, and 12 were white.
Weapons; 13 out of 21 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 10 victims were killed with handguns. There were 2 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

94& of female victims (17 out of 18) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 14 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 90% (19 out of 21) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 79 percent (15 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Missouri
52 females were murdered by males in Missouri in 2008
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (49 homicides), 1 female homicide victim  was less than 18 years old and 9 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 44 years old.
Race: Out of 52 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 20 were black, and 31 were white.
 Weapons: 29 out of 46 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 19 victims were killed with handguns. There were 11 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 1 female killed by bodily force.

96% of female victims (47 out of 49) were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. 32 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 30 out of 47 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 24 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

South Carolina
39 females were murdered by males in South Carolina in 2008
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (37 homicides), 1 female homicide victim  was less than 18 years old and 3 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 43 years old.
Race: Out of 39 female homicide victims, 19 were black, and 20 were white.
Weapons: 18 out of 37) were shot and killed with guns. 12 victims were killed with handguns. There were 3 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 11 females killed by bodily force.

97 percent of female victims (37 out of 38) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 24 victims  were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  81% (25 out of 31) were not related to the commission of any other felony. 20 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Georgia
82 females were murdered by males in Georgia in 2008
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (79 homicides), 8 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 3 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 33 years old.
Race: Out of 82 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 53 were black, and 28 were white.
Weapons:40 out of 68 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 33 victims were killed with handguns. There were 14 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 5 females killed by a blunt object, and 1 female killed by bodily force.

95% of female victims (72 out of 76) were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. 45 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.  89% (70 out of 79) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 33 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

United States
1,817 females were murdered by males in the United States in 2008

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Nevada
35 females were murdered by males in Nevada in 2009
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (34 homicides), 4 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 4 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.                                                                                                                                                                                             Race: Out of 35 female homicide victims, 6 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 6 were black, and 23 were white.                                                                               Weapons: 16 out of 33 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 13 victims were killed with handguns. There were 9 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 1 female killed by bodily force.

91% of female victims (30 out of 33) were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 20 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 29 out of 30 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 17 percent (5 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Alabama
64 females were murdered by males in Alabama in 2009
Age: homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (60 homicides), 2 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 4 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race: Out of 63 female homicide victims, 31 were black, and 32 were white.
 Weapons:41 out of 51 were shot and killed with guns. 32 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 7 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

98% of female victims (51 out of 52) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 34 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 25 out of 26)\ were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 72 percent (18 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Louisiana
46 females were murdered by males in Louisiana in 2009
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (43 homicides), 1 female homicide victim was less than 18 years old and 6 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race: Out of 46 female homicide victims, 25 were black, and 21 were white.
 Weapons:31 out of 44  were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 22 victims were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 4 females killed by bodily force.

98% of female victims (42 out of 43) were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 25 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.33 out of 34 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 17 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Arizona
63 females were murdered by males in Arizona in 2009
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (60 homicides), 6 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 5 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 37 years old.
Race: Out of 63 female homicide victims, 2 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 10 were black, 3 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 48 were white.
 Weapons:32 out of 62 were shot and killed with guns. 27 victims were killed with handguns. There were 15 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 6 females killed by a blunt object, and 7 females killed by bodily force.

56 out of 62 were murdered by someone they knew. Six female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 30 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 55 out of 62 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 35 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Tennessee
59 females were murdered by males in Tennessee in 2009
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (56 homicides), 2 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 6 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race: Out of 58 female homicide victims, 19 were black, and 39 were white.
Weapons:(28 out of 54) were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 17 victims were killed with handguns. There were 11 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 9 females killed by a blunt object, and 4 females killed by bodily force.

54 out of 55 were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 33 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 33 out of 34 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 25 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Georgia
90 females were murdered by males in Georgia in 2009
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (88 homicides), 9 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 10 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 39 years old.
Race: Out of 90 female homicide victims, 49 were black, and 41 were white.
 Weapons:  47 out of 82 were shot and killed with guns. 36 victims were killed with handguns. There were 9 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 8 females killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

82 out of 88 were murdered by someone they knew. Six female victims were killed by strangers. 47 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 68 out of 88 were not related to the commission of any other felony.  28 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

South Carolina
42 females were murdered by males in South Carolina in 2009
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (41 homicides), 2 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 1 victim was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 42 years old.
Race: Out of 42 female homicide victims, 17 were black, and 25 were white.
 Weapons; 23 out of 40 were shot and killed with guns. 13 victims were killed with handguns. There were 8 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 7 females killed by bodily force.

37 out of 41 were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. 28 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 28 out of 33 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 20 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
South Dakota
7 females were murdered by males in South Dakota in 2009
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (6 homicides),  The average age was 30 years old.
Race: Out of 7 female homicide victims, 1 was black, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 5 were white.
 Weapons:3 out of 7 were shot and killed with guns. 1 victim was killed with a handgun. There was 1 female killed with a knife or other cutting instrument, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 1 female killed by bodily force.

6 out of 6 were murdered by someone they knew. 5 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 5 out of 5 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 4 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Hawaii
11 females were murdered by males in Hawaii in 2009
Age, 2 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and . The average age was 33 years old.
Race: Out of 10 female homicide victims, 2 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 7 were white.
 Weapons:4 out of 10 were shot and killed with guns. 2 victims were killed with handguns. There were 2 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

9 out of 11 were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. 3 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 9 out of 10 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 3 homicides involved arguments.
Missouri
52 females were murdered by males in Missouri in 2009
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (52 homicides), 10 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 6 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 35 years old.
Race: Out of 52 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 21 were black, and 30 were white.
Weapons:26 out of 47 were shot and killed with guns. 17 victims were killed with handguns. There were 9 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 6 female killed by bodily force.

47 out of 50 were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 30 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 39 out of 48 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 33 homicides involved arguments.
United States
1,818 females were murdered by males in the United States in 2009

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In 2010, 1,800 women were killed in Domestic violence.

Nevada
35 females were murdered by males in Nevada in 2010
Age the age of the victim was reported  in 35 homicides, 6 female victims  were younger than 18 years old and 5 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 37 years old.
Race: Out of 35 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 10 were black, and 24 were white.
 Weapons: 15 out of 33 were shot and killed with guns. 11 victims were killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 6 females killed by bodily force.

32 out of 35 were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 18 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders.30 out of 32 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 8 homicides involved arguments.
South Carolina
46 females were murdered by males in South Carolina in 2010
Age: age of the victim was reported  in 45 homicides, 5 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 41 years old.
Race: Out of 46 female homicide victims, 17 were black, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 28 were white.
Weapons: 23 out of 44 were shot and killed with guns. 17 victims were killed with handguns. There were 12 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

44 out of 44 were murdered by someone they knew. 31 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 24 out of 33 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 18 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Tennessee
62 females were murdered by males in Tennessee in 2010
Age: homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (60 homicides), 2 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 1 victim  was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 62 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 16 were black, and 45 were white.
Weapons:  27 out of 53 were shot and killed with guns. 20 victims were killed with handguns. There were 6 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 8 females killed by a blunt object, and 8 females killed by bodily force.

53 out of 54 were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 33 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 35 out of 43 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 26 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Louisiana
43 females were murdered by males in Louisiana in 2010
Age:For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (43 homicides), 2 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 7 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 41 years old.
Race: Out of 43 female homicide victims, 18 were black, and 25 were white.
 Weapons: 25 out of 38 were shot and killed with guns. 17 victims were killed with handguns. There were 8 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

37 out of 38 were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 70 percent 26 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 24 out of 27 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 18 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Virginia
72 females were murdered by males in Virginia in 2010
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (69 homicides), 5 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 71 female homicide victims, 2 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 24 were black, and 45 were white.
 Weapons 43 out of 61 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 19 victims were killed with handguns. There were 11 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

57 out of 57 were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. 46 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 30 out of 34 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 15 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Texas
222 females were murdered by males in Texas in 2010
Age:For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (208 homicides), 18 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 18 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 39 years old.
Race: Out of 222 female homicide victims, 3 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 61 were black, and 158 were white.
Weapons: 118 out of 210 were shot and killed with guns. 91 victims were killed with handguns. There were 39 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 10 females killed by a blunt object, and 33 females killed by bodily force.

192 out of 215 were murdered by someone they knew. Twenty-three female victims were killed by strangers. 129 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 172 out of 190 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 122 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
New Mexico
17 females were murdered by males in New Mexico in 2010
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (17 homicides), 2 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 2 victims  was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 35 years old.
Race:Out of 16 female homicide victims, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 15 were white.
 Weapons:  9 out of 16 were shot and killed with guns. 5 victims were killed with handguns. There were 3 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 1 female killed by bodily force.

14 out of 16 were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 8 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 14 out of 17 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 5 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Hawaii
11 females were murdered by males in Hawaii in 2010
Age:  For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (11 homicides), 2 female homicide victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 48 years old.
Race: Out of 11 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 1 was black, and 9 were white.
Weapons: 2 out of 9 were shot and killed with handguns. There were 3 females killed with a knife or other cutting instrument, 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

9 out of 11 were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. 7 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 10 out of 11 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 2 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Arizona
52 females were murdered by males in Arizona in 2010
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (48 homicides), 4 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 4 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 42 years old.
Race:  Out of 50 female homicide victims, 3 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, 2 were black, and 44 were white.
 Weapons:  27 out of 45 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 21 victims were killed with handguns. There were 9 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 1 female killed by bodily force.

45out of 48 were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 27 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 28 out of 29 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 18 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.
Georgia
80 females were murdered by males in Georgia in 2010
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (79 homicides), 8 female homicide victims (10 percent) were less than 18 years old and 7 victims (9 percent) were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race: Out of 80 female homicide victims, 2 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 40 were black, and 38 were white.
Weapons:43 out of 71 were shot and killed with guns. 33 victims were killed with handguns. There were 13 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, and 6 females killed by a blunt object.

68 out of 70 were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. 46 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 57 out of 79 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 24 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

United States
1,800 females were murdered by males in the United States in 2010

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In 2011, 1,707 women were murdered in Domestic Violence

South Carolina
61 females were murdered by males in South Carolina in 2011
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (59 homicides), 4 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 1 victim  was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race: Out of 61 female homicide victims, 22 were black and 39 were white.
Weapons: 31 out of 54 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 21 victims were killed with handguns. There were 12 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 3 females killed by a blunt object, and 7 females killed by bodily force.

52 out of 56 were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. 33 victims were wives, common- law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 36 out of 46 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 26 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Alaska
7 females were murdered by males in Alaska in 2011
Age:For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (7 homicides), 1 victim was less than 18 years old. The average age was 32 years old.
Race: Out of 7 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 3 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, and 3 were white.
 Weapons: 3 out of 7 were shot and killed with guns. There were 2 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, and 1 female killed by bodily force.

7 out of 7 were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by a stranger. 4 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 5 out of 5 were not related to the commission of any other felony.

Oklahoma
38 females were murdered by males in Oklahoma in 2011
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (36 homicides), 4 female homicide victims were less than 18 years old and 3 victims  was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 40 years old.
Race:Out of 38 female homicide victims, 1 was Asian or Pacific Islander, 1 was American Indian or Alaskan Native, 9 were black, and 27 were white.
Weapons: 20 out of 34 were shot and killed with guns, 18 victims were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, and 7 females killed by bodily force.

36 out of 37 were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. 22 victims were wives, common- law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 31 out of 37 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 42 percent (13 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Delaware
9 females were murdered by males in Delaware in 2011
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (9 homicides), 1 female homicide victim  was less than 18 years old and 2 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 44 years old.
Race:Out of 9 female homicide victims, 3 were black, and 6 were white.
Weapons: 5 out of 8 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 4 victims were killed with handguns. There was 1 female killed by a blunt object, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

8 out of 8 were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by a stranger. 4 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 4 out of 6 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 3 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Arizona
60 females were murdered by males in Arizona in 2011
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (58 homicides), 5 victims were less than 18 years old and 5 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 42 years old.
Race: Out of 60 female homicide victims, 3 were Asian or Pacific Islander, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native, 7 were black, and 48 were white.
 Weapons: 33 out of 56 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 27 victims were killed with handguns. There were 8 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 8 females killed by a blunt object, and 3 females killed by bodily force.

55 out of 58 were murdered by someone they knew. Three female victims were killed by strangers. 31 victims were wives, common- law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 21 out of 25 were not related to the commission of any other felony. 12 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Tennessee
59 females were murdered by males in Tennessee in 2011
Age:For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (57 homicides), 8 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 43 years old.
Race: Out of 58 female homicide victims, 25 were black and 33 were white.
Weapons: 32 out of 57 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 19 victims were killed with handguns. There were 10 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 7 females killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

54 out of 58 were murdered by someone they knew. Four female victims were killed by strangers. 30 victims were wives, common- law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 39 out of 44 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 26 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Idaho
14 females were murdered by males in Idaho in 2011
Age; For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (14 homicides), 2 female homicide victims (14 percent) were less than 18 years old and 1 victim (7 percent) was 65 years of age or older. The average age was 32 years old.                                                                                                                                               Race: Out of 13 female homicide victims, all 13 were white.                                                                                                                                                                         Weapons: 9 out of 12 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 8 victims were killed with handguns. There was 1 female killed with a knife or other cutting instrument.

13 out of 14 were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 7 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. Among the female intimates who were murdered, 86 percent (6 victims) were killed with guns; 83 percent of these (5 victims) were shot and killed with handguns. 10 out of 10 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 6 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

West Virginia
16 females were murdered by males in West Virginia in 2011
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (15 homicides), 3 female homicide victims (20 percent) were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 48 years old.
Race: Out of 16 female homicide victims, all 16 were white.
 Weapons: 7 out of 15 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 3 victims) were killed with handguns. There were 5 females killed with a knife or other cutting instrument and 2 females killed by bodily force.

16 out of 16 were murdered by someone they knew. No female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 11 victims were wives, common- law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 10 out of 10) were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 50 percent (5 homicides) involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

Louisiana
39 females were murdered by males in Louisiana in 2011
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (39 homicides), 2 female homicide victims  were less than 18 years old and 4 victims  were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 37 years old.
Race:Out of 39 female homicide victims, 23 were black and 16 were white.
 Weapons  25 out of 38 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 24 victims were killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 5 females killed by bodily force.

31 out of 33 were murdered by someone they knew. Two female victims were killed by strangers. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 19 victims were wives, common- law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 14 out of 20 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 13 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

New Mexico
17 females were murdered by males in New Mexico in 2011
Age: For homicides in which the age of the victim was reported (16 homicides), 1 female homicide victim  was less than 18 years old and 2 victims were 65 years of age or older. The average age was 38 years old.
Race:Out of 15 female homicide victims, 2 were American Indian or Alaskan Native and 13 were white.
 Weapons: 7 out of 16 were shot and killed with guns. Of these, 6 victims were killed with handguns. There were 4 females killed with knives or other cutting instruments, 2 females killed by a blunt object, and 2 females killed by bodily force.

15 out of 16 were murdered by someone they knew. One female victim was killed by a stranger. Of the victims who knew their offenders, 9 victims were wives, common-law wives, ex-wives, or girlfriends of the offenders. 12 out of 16 were not related to the commission of any other felony. Of these, 9 homicides involved arguments between the victim and the offender.

United States
1,707 females were murdered by males in the United States in 2011

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Gender Trends of 2013 – the Year in Review

druidwinter:

The roll back of female equality in 2013.

Some men seem to want to enforce ‘women’ as sex toys for men and take away protections that have allowed women to be an intragal part of socieity. From the first suffergettes that fought for the right of public restrooms for females and children to the occupation by anyone male, claiming to have feelings of not being male to have the right to access these places regardless of sex reassignment surgery. Of course, these men expect the women to identify who is really a trans-person and who is a man with a pee fetish, or a pedophile in a dress hoping to catch a child alone and using it as a ruse. When these topics are brought up, death-threats and rape threats are hurrled at the women for even trying to discuss it comes about. Why? Is there something to hide? Women have the right to ask. There are an awefullot of women-urination porn sites up and children use the restroom. Men do not have the right to film us peeing. I will have to check the restroom before I go in and check for hidden cameras set up at the local JC pennies, or Koals. If you find a camera in the woman’s room hoping to catch you pee for on line porn sites, call the police. right away.

Originally posted on GenderTrender:

2013

Taking a quick glance at last year’s Top Trends list it becomes clear that the overall trend towards reducing the social role of women via the enforcement of cultural subordination rituals (femininity) shows little sign of abating. While there has been notable increased feminist activism and consciousness-raising against gender, the trend continues towards increased sexualization, objectification and dehumanization of women and girls with no improvement in female participation in social, economic and civic life.

Rather, conservative male supremacist power has increasingly targeted for reversal the scant gains won by the “second wave” of the women’s liberation movement, including reproductive autonomy, freedom from beauty mandates, economic parity, protection from male sex-based violence. The sole exception is in the area of women’s rights to legal parity regarding state support for monogamous romantic attachments- an unintended artifact of the successful male homosexual rights movement.

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Female Human Rights

Introduction.

‘Women face’ like ‘black face’ the newest fad for men. Never mind that 1/3 females are victims of Domestic violence, in countries where they are suppose to be equal. In the middle east & Africa, domestic violence affects 80% of the women. This is sex based violence on women because they are born female and not seen as equal humans.

Never mend that the FBI estimates 4 women are murdered in domestic related violence daily in the USA,

Why is Every White woman compared and made to sound like they are as lucky as the few trophy wives of sportstars, with endless shopping accounts? This is not accurate and they are often  targets made popular by fantasy rape porn. How many pornos feature white women? Why do you think that is? 

No, 56% are family wage earners that make barely minimum wage that is used to supplement raising children, that often, they are solely abandoned with.

It is ok that some MEN want to be & pretend to be women, I can accept that. Be free to be you.

But men are not females. You were raised differently than us. When you said something bright for your age, they exclaim, ‘you could be a doctor someday’! When girls say something clever, they are told, ‘they might be lucky to marry a doctor someday’. It is not the same treatment. It harms our self worth and grooms females to seek acceptance as the house slave class on a mission to find a good provider, rather then on a path to become a self-provider and self sufficient. This hurts us from the beginning. This holds back humanity by grooming one half for the servant class based on sex difference.

When a man becomes a ‘woman’ women are expected to play along, serve as playmates in his fantasy and welcome him, offer him the best resources that were set aside for women in a male run world: proof?

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/transgender-college-hoops-player-head-high-article-1.1220117

Do you really think they would let a 50 year old women do this?How about a white woman? A black woman? This is male privilege.

What do rich white women do when they are abused? See ‘Nicole Brown Simpson’ and keep in mind she is not the only woman to experience that.  Her white-ness did not save her, it made her a target to punish more aggressively than other women because she was not living up to the unrealistic standard put on her by her husband.  Aggressive men make money and they marry women that dont fight back and comply. Some women cant help being human, and it gets them killed. In violent porn, white women are portrayed as being raped more violently.

White women are the largest group of people that get anorexia nervosa. They are not allowed to be victims or hurt anyone, so they hurt themselves. It is often triggered by sexist Neglect as a preteen and domestic Violence as a young woman.

Sometimes culture enforces it. The guy with the skinniest wife wins. Right? The skinnier you are the less they hit you.  Right? Does that make white women in a privileged class? Because they get beaten & killed in a nicer home? I would rather live a non-violent life, not be afraid to return to my own home to a guy that beats me up twice a week because he is upset at the world. It is wrong. Domestic violence is a primitive script in human programming that must be dealt away with. It exists in every class of humanity and rules are put in place so women cant always escape it.

White women are often killed when they try to leave a marriage. Thin? your desired position as a man’s status object goes up and he is losing an investment- you can be killed for that. It is like stealing from him. I see this in white, middle eastern- but it happens to all women.

Comparing ALL white women to a few trophy wives that are never beat is not exactly fair.

If you read Alt. sex stories, the white women are brutalized the worse. It is a re-occurring theme. Yep, read them as a BB monitor in the late 1990s when violent porn was all text. Now it is acted out and poor, under paid, [no health insurance] women are brutalized on camera and humiliated in real life, destroying their real life- ‘as a fetish’ from men they dont know that want to feel like they struck back and ruined a women to make themselves feel better.  These were men’s fantasies about women and I wanted to understand them. I wanted to know where this treatment was coming from. I want to understand the things humans do to each other.

If we are to advance as a species, this needs to be brought to light and dealt with.

Stop pitting women against each other to distract from this problem. This must be solved and brought to light.

All Women deserve protection and All women are humans. I see forms of the same patterns of male treatment of women everywhere.

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why I dont support prostitution, 2

part duex

http://www.thelesbianmafia.com/home/our-thoughts-on-we-need-to-see-paying-for-sex-as-violence-rather-than-vice/

Yep paying for Domestic violence, the mecca of the abusive man, the woman hater..

Dont get me wrong, we got some nice male allies out there. Some of these guys were victims of Bulling when they were younger, and see how women are bullied. In this same group were guys that watched others’ getting bullied around them as children, but were too afraid at the time to be the hero and help that other innocent person. Now that they are men, ‘it dont and it wont-happen on their watch’ These are the guys that see something, say something and even do something about it. My older brother is one of these men. [My younger brother, once bullied will only help you escape! He is not good with conflict or violent men ;)]

There are guys from good families and big guys that find that they are the peacemakers when other guys fight or get bullied and they get really mad when a guy does shit to a woman. If they had sisters, they protected their sisters.

I am not even talking about you guys

The borderline guys: Some of these guys were abused as children and only women were understanding and offered solace and solidarity. They know what life a woman sometimes has;

They either go two ways, second generation abuser-or they become the guy that wants this to stop, refuses to be a part of it, and does something.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/dont-kill-me-she-screamed-then-they-stoned-her-to-death-1003462.html

Dont kill me she screamed, then the 13 year old girl was stoned to death for getting raped. Honor killing? The one man that was wounded and an eight-year-old boy that was shot dead trying to save her had honor. I am pretty sure the rest of the ‘honor’ died with her.

13 is the age young girls are targeted by pimps for prostitution in western countries. Especially the united states, Same desire to rape -and if she complains, the opportunity to get some enjoyment to kill her in the vegas desert . It is the Same thing, men want to do the same thing here, rape and kill for fun and therapy- and have an excuse.

It was a prostitute

 

It is a war.

 

It is for the family honor

 

She said something that hurt my feelings, and I killed her

 

Different excuse, same thing, in war, prostitution, or domestic violence, it is letting murders walk free to re-offend, it is domestic abuse, and- it is wrong.

 

They are no better- dont be blind to abuse and victim blaming.

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legal Prostitution, why it is a Bad Idea

PTSD OCCURANCE

You normally associate PTSD with solders, but 1/3 of women, worldwide, are living with violence directed at them, women of every color in times of peace have to go home to their abuser, like it is a normal thing. If you put a man in the role of a woman, it would be criminal ‘assault’ and unthinkable torture you imagine only happening in a North Korean 3 generation work camp. Yes, this happens as a normalized day of abuse for women, that are wives and mothers of family’s. At times of war, every man is given permission to treat any and every woman[and child] they see this way: This is why women have the highest death rate of any minority group. In the US, 4 women are murdered each day, in times of Peace via- Domestic violence. Children are abused, more often in these homes: a situation where the woman can not protect them, or she is not given permission to by the abuser she has to live with, and are victims as well. What does female abuse have to do with Prostitution? Alot more than you would think.

Why I no longer support Legalizing Prostitution: I might change your mind about supporting it.

I had a backup saved of this the first time I posted it, because I wanted to keep it. It is a good thing I did. Three minutes after I posted it, everything was erased except the photo. This post is password protected because of what I suspect is censorship from a man throwing a tantrum because a woman they dont know is posting in a personal blog and men get angry when women find out the truth.

Dont like it pointed out? Too f*ckin bad

Freedom of press, = I am free to write what I want and my feelings and ‘you are Free not to read it ‘

Any-way,

The LIE:
A choice? It is a bad choice that is difficult to leave once you get involved in it. At first it sounds like a good deal. You go into these situations thinking , it will be all glamour, you will drink champagne in five star hotels while a lonely, handsome rich man drinks champagne from your designer shoe and is enticed by your beauty. You will make lots of money because you are pretty. You will buy a house, within five years. That is the lie you are sold. I have a homeless meth addicted friend that went into this with the same idea. You save your money, dont do drugs or gambol.

The prostitution lifestyle,  is basically built on abuse. The money attracts criminals that have careers built around taking your money. In porn, they are called suitcase pimps. The poor drug addicted homeless females are cheated, abused and their lifestyle is built on escaping abuse or trading one abuse for another until they become damaged /and damage themselves or learn how to abuse and rip off the girls just getting into the business. It is a criminal lifestyle that traps women by drug addictions, debt and intimidation and even turns them into abusers.

You know the ladies that try to get out and regular jobs, and suddenly they are fired after it is discovered what they did before? Well in the prostitution ‘lifestyle’ that is a pimp trick to sabotage your exit strategy so you have to go back and prevents you from leaving. They will use women’s children as pawns to bring them back. ‘johns’ also get into the drama and stalk & try to prevent the women from leaving as well, it is another way to abuse women for amusement. Other women will ‘turn you in’ and inform employers out of spite and deranged reasons like a john picking one woman over another, the other woman making money one night- even if it happened years ago. Woman are encouraged to become rabid and compete.

“pay one price, f*ck all night” brothel specials

When you look at the larger picture, you understand why this is going on. Men that abuse women use this trick in Domestic violence. Prostitution is like a sort of free range domestic violence on women.   In an odd twist, the women start doing it as well! The women start using these tricks and become abusive to other women. They are encouraged to by the men that abuse them, it is part of the entertainment to get one woman to hurt another, and they give treats to the ‘winner’ or treat them slightly better..

Men often use women to bully other women and pit them against each other to maintain control- it is nothing new. For instance ‘Slut walk’ is a prostitution activism that bullies rape victims and stands on their dead bodies to legalize prostitution and protect abusive men.

Slutwalk objectives:

1. promotes the safety and acceptance of pimps being part of the legalization process. When business drops off as you get older, some women want the right to become pimps to exploit other women, so they want to protect this role in the prostitution ‘life’. They campaign to rape victims and intimidate them into calling pimps   ‘sex workers’ and blurring the definition of their involvement or difference to the women that do the actual ‘work’. This hides abuse and trafficking. They are hoping this can over ride trafficking laws and make it become a loop hole. The pimps use other prostitutes to bully rape victims into supporting prostitution. This way they can safely intimidate women-they dont ‘own’ who may press charges against a violent man,but may be more forgiving of a prostitute claiming that they were raped. The Nordic model is trashed by them because it doesnt protect pimps.

2. At slut walk, #1 the prostitutes give talks and people that support them[not, non sexworking rape victims or former child rape victims] They enforce and chan that if prostitution was legal, no one would ever get raped, AND RAPE IS YOUR own FAULT if  dont support legal prostitution. The evidence  suggest this is false and rapes tend to be the highest and the worst in legal areas where it should be non existent. It put me off to meet with rape victims and have a prostitute yell in my face in a condescending tone that prostitutes were dropping like flies and children were being raped because I dont want to campaign for legalizing prostitution as a major campaign for ‘rape victims’ and prostitutes are the most oppressed rape victims ever, that need to be put first. Sound Familiar?

Amsterdam, you should be able to walk naked down the street, ‘not asking for it’, but to force a woman to do something she doesnt want to, like get raped, not use a condom, get her pregnant, give her a disease -that is from Domestic abuse.  Domestic prostitutes dont give you this feeling of terriorizing women. It escolates into reality. Real women getting really abused are desired.  Any woman waking near a brothel getting raped must prove they are not a prostitute, or ‘presenting’ like a prostitute. Shouldnt the 24+ a week women getting raped every week in Amsterdam- shouldnt they get hate-crime protection?

Las Vegas city rape statistics indicates that the prostitution Mecca where cupcakes fall from the sky has reported rapes that are almost double than any other city in the nation. This is a domestic violence/ sex addiction. If this was only about sex, there are five dollar prostitutes there. Dear slogan shouting, mindless idiot, this indicates that rape goes up in places with Legal prostitution and violence on women escalates. It also proves that your-’only prostitutes’ are targeted for rape, is false; all women and children near an area where rape is for sale are targeted.

Lets talk about the Johns,

You are not likely to meet that lonely millionaire that falls in love with you. Guys like that, rarely want to buy rape or abuse. That is what you are selling. They rent you to rape and abuse when they are frustrated with a woman in their regular life or they got in trouble for domestic violence and need to rent a woman to get that normalized aggression out on..Men are given permission to treat women this way, and devise little rules to follow to keep it a legal normalized system of bulling someone smaller than you when you are angry and cant fight back. If this was about sex, men would be happy petting their own one eye monster and would not need a woman there at all. A very small percentage of guys are there to buy sex and are lonely, but the majority- are definitely not.

Four women a day die of domestic violence in the United States. Children disappear. The highest number of women being targeted, raped & killed are killed in Domestic Abuse by the men they are in a relationship with, or men they know. They would be the ones ‘dropping like flies’ and it is hard to protect a child if you cant protect your self from being raped & battered twice a week and cant protect your self.

What do you think happens when these violent guys are not able to have a woman to abuse and rape when they are angry? What happens, if the woman runs away, is lucky enough to live in a country where there are resources to help them? It is hard to transition from abusing a woman every day that did not tell and then not having one. Violence & bullying are addictions too.

What do you think these angry men do to get that frustration out when they dont have a human to bully &treat as a personal prisoner? One that wont tell?

Domestic violence needs to become a hate crime against ‘all women’. It is not a good idea to give it to some women, yet refuse to address it when it happens to other women, or children. The refusal to make domestic violence a hate crime and recognize women as full humans. All women are deserving of  dignity. Men’s feelings are not more important that women’s safety or lives. It is a pimp-trick to reward one set of women with protection over another. This causes women to fight and makes it easier to exploit one group of women over another if you put ridged circumstances to qualify for protection from rape & abuse, which no human should have to endure for being born female. This is not a privilege for anyone except abusive men..

What gives men permission to make them selves feel better at the woman’s expense?

Women are viewed as ‘things’ that comfort men. Some men have gone further by declaring women are a feeling only men can have or describe and try to erase  women and rob them of the rights of full humanity.

These guys look for opportunities to do this to women they dont know and look for situations where they wont get in trouble. They dont target Prostitutes, they are abusive men and they are given permission to be abusive to women and look for permission & opportunity. They dont want to buy sex, they want to buy the right to humiliate a woman, or hurt them.

Option 1. If you are in a country where there is a war or skirmish, you get permission to do this to women you dont know. They cant tell people you know, what violent thing you did to make your self feel better. Raping and beating a woman[or child] can even escalate to killing them and getting your pride, that another man took from you, back. This treatment of women is tolerated in Africa and the middle east. they dont need prostitutes.

Part of victim blaming allows violent men to see their victim as one that hurt them, and over powered them. They are getting revenge on being ‘victimized’ They dont want the victim to be able to fight back, so they target a woman [or child] just to work out their bad feelings. Men use violence to express their ‘feelings’ and this is reinforced in the media.

They are not thinking about the woman or child they are raping and killing, they are releasing their aggression and thinking about how the world has wronged them and rape culture allows them to do this and makes jokes about this situation. If this was his wife or girlfriend, he would have to create an excuse of how the weaker person deserved it. Wartime rape gives them permission of domestic violence on a complete stranger without the burden of explaining yourself. Although this war crime was brought up by the United Nations, men are defending the right to do this because it is extreme domestic violence on a complete stranger they can escalate to murder, not be punished for and dont have to make an excuse for: the excuse they want to present is: It is ‘part of the war’. It is reinforced that women can be used to comfort men and they can be used to relieve stress when men need to make themselves better. They are not being view as humans with full rights. Oh yes, Prostitutes are not targeted specifically for rape in war torn areas.
Option 2. grab a child. Rape them and because they are likely to tell someone, kill them. Why a child? Because they are small and even the boys resemble women. Some men think that if they impregnated women and helped make children, it is ok to kill them to deal with male feelings. Here again, a child is being used as the ‘thing’ to destroy and comfort feelings inplace of a woman to abuse.  Often when older boys are raped as children, male culture punishes the raped weak boy for being a victim. The females rally around raped boys to comfort them, but males punish what they perceive to be a ‘weakness ‘ Raped boys are likely to be quiet about it and internalize the shame and end up continuing the cyclre or doing a 180 and becoming an advocate and speaking out in attempts to stop it from happening to anyone else. These males are empathetic to what women are put through; they were treated like a woman.. Men dont support other victimized men. It identifies them as a victim, and males are not allowed to have their pride hurt or be ‘losers’. Women and often children get randomly targeted for how likely violent men can escape getting in trouble for rape for this reason. More often than not, females are not viewed as having full rights as the default humans, [males] and are targeted, with the abuser thinking it is somehow more humane to target a girl to rape and kill, then a boy. If a boy is all they can find, they will cut off the boys’ penis to resemble a female to abuse to make it easier to kill them. It ‘turns them into females, the ‘things’ they are allowed to destroy. Young pretty prostitutes are expensive to ruin and you may make the pimp[another man] upset.

Option3. The number 1 option for these men that they do- Get a prostitute to abuse if they have money. Some just beatup the prostitute, so they dont have to pay, murderor complain about the ‘service’. This is normalized in Grand Theft Auto. The murder and rape of women is be conditioned as a normal activity. Legalizing prostitution will most like raise the murder & rape rate, as men seek entertainment by brutalizing women. This is not about ‘just’ sex.
When the world socks it to guys, and/or their male pride gets hurt, they are not always allowed to fight back, and insault the man that is above them in the hierarchy. They take it out on women like bullies that beat up weaker children in school. When children are given permission to be bullies and the behaviors are rewarded, and even reinforced as being manly and strong. It becomes an addiction or violent way to deal with internalized feelings they dont have permission to display. And- it gets worse when they are adults. Except they are now grown men and have that permission to deal with that anger by beating women, and blame the woman for the beating. The dont want to say that another man hurt their pride, they are not allowed to show weakness or get their feelings hurt. They are given permission by society to blame women rather than start something with another man. They will say the woman did something or said something to them that hurt them and caused the problem. Blame the victim

How do I know these things?

Well, I worked as a Dominatrix. But, not the kind that plays with your dick. I was the kind you hired to beat this behaviour and these thoughts out of you, so you stop doing stupid shit. So you become a better human being. Because you figured out why you hurt people and you want it to stop. Because you have these thoughts, and rape culture is telling you it is ok, but you are confused. You want to get to the root of why you are hurting people and why you are abusing others. I would beat men, and they would tell me all the bad shit they did, or were thinking about doing. Some of the things guys told me were shocking. They did not want to be that way and this was an adult coming to another adult for help. I was paid to listen.

I did not sell my rape, only violence in reverse abuse.  And I thought women that sold rape along side of me were grown women making choices. But they think they are selling sex, and a small percentage of men are actually there to buy sex, but most your clients want to buy the opportunity to abuse you. to be the bully that abuses you, and make it a business transaction instead of abuse so- you cant complain. Just like wartime rape, they dont need to make an excuse hurting/killing you. ‘But she is a prostitute’ is the excuse ..

The AIDS problem that they refuse to address in Legal brothel Prostitution

Also, I did not like the HIV/ AIDS failure to protect women in Legal brothel systems.  As tempting as the money was, this kept me out of full-service prostitution. Men pass HIV more easily to women. In the 1980, there was the fear of AIDS and people uneducated about how it was spread were spreading it in the gay mens & bi community. The men were catching it and dying within seven years. Women that caught it died within three years because healthcare for AIDS was toted as a gay mans/cute little hemophiliac boy- problem rather than a human epidemic.

Men cheated on their wives and ended up infecting them with HIV. If Men caught HIV and one of their children also caught it, they were grilled and accused of pedophilia. Little boys with HIV/AIDS became mini-celebrities and helped put a  face people felt sorry for, mostly, what is still toted as ‘a male infected problem’. In the 1990s women were still dying, kicked out of AIDS/HIV treatment, the lifespan was slightly better, but men and the design of their treatment came first.  I had to be careful because I had a child and needed to provide, but didnt want to orphan her before she was even an adult. Safety came first.

I visited a las Vegas brothel. At first they suggested going there, spending the night, getting an aids screening at seven AM and a limo’ would pick me up, screening in hand. Humm, no -I have my own car and will visit and hear all the safety details, before I go to work there. They were annoyed I did not just ‘start-working’, but this is my life and I maintain control. I hate that idiots describing Las Vegas as a Mecca, dont know what any of the procedures are, basically they chant mind-less slogans to enforce therir own demise-and are not aware of the AIDS problem or Refuse to address it. This is a major health problem and people are catching HIV/AIDS from legalized prostitution.

Yep -they test the women. Las Vegas has a 10 day shift, where the women are required to test before entering and remain on the property. Condoms are provided, but not required. The men? Nope. The men are not required to test. They are not kicked out for being HIV+. When it comes to the men, they are treated like gold. The men are allowed to bargain for no condoms. Abusive men do not want to wear condoms. The girls leave after ten days, take a week off and re-test. If they are hiv + they are barred from returning to the brothel and blacklisted from legal prostitution. Even if they were infected at the brothel, there is nothing they can do.

The man that gives them hiv at the brothel, is never banned from re-entering, he can infect 20 girls and never be banned. Men are able to by pass the ‘aids disclosure to sex partner’ because this is a ‘prostitute’ and under  legal abuse, they are allowed to talk you into being condom-less.  You are not allowed to refuse customers. You cant refuse someone that has been infecting former brothel workers with AIDS, even if you were warned by former workers that this is who gave it to them. Oh, they say, you can refuse, but you get blacklisted and let go if you do. They want you helpless, be willing to catch AIDS & die, and let the men paying have what ever they want and abuse you in what ever way they feel like it, they want realism.  Choices? Those ARE the choices at a legal brothel.

You have a choices staying away and not supporting the industry. Even the dominatrix thing, I am selling abuse where their fetish was to ‘be’ the abused, raped women. Now that escorts sell full service, not even ‘dancing’ is as lucrative as it once was as a job. I do not support the full service industry because it is built of abusing women. The men abuse the women, and the women abuse the women and worse.

When I still half-supported legalization for poor women, I was on a forum with ‘sexworkers and brought up this VERY serious problem of testing the men to stop the spread of AIDS. A ‘pimp’ and a ‘concerned john’ told me you just cant test the men. Their feelingings would be hurt! They would get ALL EMBARRASSED!

But, the women test, it is rather quick and the go through it. They can test the morning before they plan to go, and it can be by number, which was how they did the hiv test at the gay & lesbian center at the time. I tried to reason with them, but, apparently,

Abusive men that catch AIDS most likely caught it from some dirty bitch prostitute, and often want to give it to as many bitches as possible to punish them. The only legal way to do this is to keep the brothel in control and keep the system the way it is, it is exactly why they want to keep this free-range system of rape, passing aids, and killing women out of frustration men have. It happens in legal brothels and serialized rape & violence on women in war, the two systems are Domestic Violence that men are not required to provide an excuse for, When they do it at home, they have to make up excuses of why the women deserved it, and after a while men have trouble making up excuses of why they are not the problem.

I worked on the other side of female abuse. The guys that abused others [especially females and a few that did children] have feelings of guilt and because their feelings rooted in violence solves everything requires them to be the victim of the abuse. They wished to put themselves in the woman’s position and get beat to appease their guilt. You see, they are closet feminists now, but dont want to be called ‘names’ by the other manly men and they pay for the comfort of being punished for doing bad things to women.

As young men, violence on females comforted their angry feelings. As older men, to escape feelings of guilt for inhumane violence they got away with, only pain brings comfort.
Both sides of this ‘work’ are dangerous. I sold a reversed form of this abuse that abusive men crave and bought. How ever, men that dont want women to have a grain of power, chipped away at the original concept of the ‘dominant woman’ and tried to punish women, and submissive men from this form of ‘therapy’. Porn has blurred the lines, and presented a hooker job of prostitutes that were suppose to be dominant, but submitted to men-like early ‘lesbian; porn that ended with the woman choosing a dude over a women to quell guys’ fears of abandonment. I had to stop advertising-  guys started thinking they were going to get a prostitute. After prostitution began to invade what is not the same service, the system of ‘respect for your Dominatrix’ was ruined and my desire to support the system dwindled, [it was not the same]and I began to see the abuses forced on the women that were selling rape, that get normalized in the sex industry. The women like myself that helped guys getting back from drug vacations, there to help you quit and go back to work, and break you in those difficult 72 hours are now few and far between.

It is all about abusing women and renting domestic violence. That is the sex industry.
Women turn to drugs to quell hurt feelings, some become abusers, some become pimps and prostitute others, some are desperately looking for a safe way to get out. Some get out and speak out against it, and why it wont work.

Even under the best conditions, it wont work.

Money? You attract cons looking for what they view as ‘free money’. Women that survive as prostitutes often have to become criminals when they abandoned their ‘safe’ working environments and need to escape the men they rented the rights to domestic violence, that now think they ‘bought’ the woman, payed enough for ownership of battered woman they see as not allowed to complain or escape..
Even if you do pretty well in prostitution, for a short period of time, you are likely to become homeless due to an abusive man that thinks they bought the right to rape you and even beat you to death in ‘Rented domestic violence’.. It is not because you couldnt save money, it is because of who you attract doing that job.

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Aspergers, yes I have EMB female aspergers. :( It is not that fun.

Asperger syndrome for Adults: My Invisible disability that was not always invisible.

Yes, I remember saying at 20 years old to a secretary, accidentally, ‘You are so lucky you have such an easy job! I wish I could get by like that!’ What I did not realize is that I was making her feel insignificant, and undervalued. I did not understand. You see, I have something called aspergers and I had no idea at the time it would make someone mad. I am Female. I am advanced beyond my age mentally, but behind emotionally. We are rare. It is a disability that is becoming more common in new generations.

I made these kind of social mistakes until I was in my 30s. :( If you have a child with Aspergers, this is a reality! A high technical IQ does not mean We grow that soon!

OK. I know, because of pop culture, the big question:  Does having a diagnosis of Extreme Male Brain make a female or male Aspie Trans?’

No. That is bandwagon bullshit with no scientific basis.

‘Extreme Male brain’ means I have the same overgrowth of male & female brains. Autistic people have larger brains, because of an equal, non dismorphic growth  in all typical hemispheres. Much in the same way male Aspies have the same type of phenomena. We are confused and do not have the same sex brain differences like neurotypical people. We do not have sexual dismorphic brains like  neurotypical people. That Does-NOT make you trans, just non conforming to sexual gender types. Most Autistic people do not pick up on social stereotypes or programed gender differences; it does not imprint.

Go to wrongplanet.net and read some of the most gender, non conforming conversations you have ever read. Others’ like me have had the similar experience.

http://seventhvoice.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/autism-form-an-adults-perspective-its-a-horrible-feeling-of-vulnerability-and-helplessness-to-know-that-the-non-autistic-world-sees-you-as-seriously-impaired/

Bitterness is a trap Aspies and Auties can easily fall into; it’s entirely understandable, but it doesn’t help the healing process. There is something that can be quite embittering for many of us on the autism spectrum, something appallingly undermining. For a start, there’s the stigma, the social taboo, the fact that to some people, you are now an embarrassment, and some of them show it.

On the inside, it’s a horrible feeling of vulnerability and helplessness to know that the non-autistic world sees you as seriously impaired, and there are a million and one ways it will try to make you feel as if you are not a fully functioning human being. At best, you know you’ll never be quite “normal”; and in a herd-mentality society that subsists on the fragility of social acceptance, this knowledge can a times indeed be a bitter pill to swallow.

This feeling of being vulnerable, confused and a bit lost, still happens to me every day, even  after more than forty years of dealing with it.

Ok, so what is it like for me?

Well, lets say that you were advanced in some ways and different from everyone else; like:

you could see patterns in large numbers or literary subjects and some educated people noticed it and praised you because of it, but…: much like some people see patterns in hidden puzzle pattern photos, but instead of just the patterns in photos, – it was in everything, you could see this in number sets, statistics, etc, yet… for this gift, you had to give up something…emotional, personal…but, as an added bonus to make up for this, you would never lose the ability to learn new things, even at 50..

Is it worth it? What if you were the same you were at 14, and you could learn complex things but had no friends because of your strange Juvenal habits- but you could continue to absorb information and learn new things until 70? Is that a good trade off? Would you want that deal? Most regular people treat you like you are retarded. That is what many of us are stuck with.

It is frustrating to see the photos of me as a younger child pushing away people that picked me up. My photos of making weird faces of disgust. If you are a parent of a child with ASD, please understand that, Human contact was not required at that time. I was an explorer in your world. I did not know what you wanted or expected of me.

Iam 45, have raised a neurotypical child that speaks three languages. Yet, some childless,  20 year-olds that shit their pants drunk more than one weekend in a row, question my adulthood. How laughable. They Dont even know what a parsec is.

;) LOL!

TV has it wrong. Yes, there are people with ASD portrayed in TV shows. This is an exaggeration of aspergers, please remember that.

This is my disability.

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