A man has been charged with Britain’s first “self-isolation murder” after his wife was found dead at home.
When an advert appeared on Snapchat, users were perplexed: how did such an insensitive ad making light of domestic violence get through approval? Of course, Rihanna was not impressed.
An anonymous author has written an account on The Daily Beast of her abusive husband and why she struggled to leave him.
Video footage has emerged of the domestic violence incident that earned Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice a two-game suspension.
Domestic abuse and violence against intimate partners is not something any of us is unfamiliar with. However, in spite of sympathising, many people never go as far as become outraged as they should and instead try to find blame in the victims of this abuse.
Anybody with any loyalty to a particular sports team will attest to the soul crushing disappointment that you feel when your team loses. For English fans, this year’s World Cup was devastating – you have no idea just how much.
People who saw the man being physically aggressive with the woman were clearly incensed and even threatened to call the cops. When the roles were reversed and the woman lashed out at the man, people found it hilarious and most probably thought that the dude was seriously pussy-whipped and, er, not much of a man at all.
Lauren Luke, a YouTube personality made famous by offering viewers insightful make-up tips and tutorials, shocked her followers with her latest video in which she appeared bruised and beat-up, the results of domestic abuse. In the video she showed viewers how to effectively hide evidence of a “jealous type of partner.” Click through for the video.