FixedIt: stop making violent men invisible

The Sunshine Coast Daily reported on a horrific case of domestic violence yesterday. A man (who cannot be named to protect the victim’s identity) refused to accept his partner’s decision to leave him and made the choice to commit a range of serious assaults against her. He terrorise her for three days. He raped her, […]... Read More

Article: Invisible perpetrators, blameable victims: why is gendered violence still reported this way?

A “spurned lover” who punched his ex-girlfriend, a murderer who had “a sexual interest” in his victim and a “Tinder stabber” have all made headlines in the past week. All those headlines, which are sadly a common response to men’s violence against women, are also a revolting misuse of the power of mainstream media. A […]... Read More