1. When you think of domestic violence you tend to think of it as a man beating a woman, drunk, wearing a wife-beat shit. We evolved from the days when a woman’s place was in the kitchen. Somewhat, especially in the so-called Western tradition/culture countries

    Considering we are in the Woke era I was wondering if the term Domestic violence transitioned.

    This is what Google had to say.

    “Domestic abuse, also called “domestic violence” or “intimate partner violence”, can be defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner.

    Intimate partner violence. Makes sense, consider Adam and Steve and Eve and Stephanie.

    I would bet today’s women are fewer victims and are more partners in Domestic/intimate disturbance, a lesser offense to Domestic/intimate violence.

    However, you have to ask what’s the rage, regardless of the degree of fighting. The internal addiction, lust, as the standard, the Scarlet Letter, A, if you will. On the flip side Lowercase “a”🍆 for men, is a trigger for their anger in any relationship, definitely in heterosexuals, not quite sure how 🍆 size works in gay relationships/distubance. You would think though 🍆 size wouldn’t come into play. Lesbians’ relationships/disturbance, can’t fathom what they would be fighting about. Ohhhh!


    P.S Logical Choice, well, you know in your Police “culture”. It can be quite physical and mental in and out of the uniform. JS Good luck people.

    Extended version, simmer down people, y’all FaBuLoUs! They say a kind word goes a long way. 🤣


  2. Safe relationships, expecting responsibility, appropriate to the scene for the most part excludes, bruises, broken bones, and blood brought to the surface by physical abuse. Emotions require the self control seen in mature adults who are able to direct their anger into better communication channels. Public safety personnel, especially with the assistance of trained mental healthcare specialists, are ways to create an improved public safety net for when anger, other emotions and passions override judgement and power and physicality are employed.
    When you see the police vehicle with the purple paint job, know that Bridgeport has embraced a more responsible approach to power abuses where they are called. What will result from health oversight of these types of calls? Time will tell.

  3. John, you can’t nor shouldn’t exclude emotional abuse from a safe relationship as a less Evil. Physical abuse tends to permeate from a young adolescent mind while emotional abuse tends to come from a mature adult.

    In some ways, mental abuse is worse than physical abuse, and police, regardless of the color of their car, don’t come knocking on the door. Anger comes in all shapes and sizes.



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