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Monsters In The Closet—and Some Angry Monsters Are Pissed Off- They are as you would expect, woman hating, self entitled typical wife beaters and child abusers— well done dude’s

In Abusers Denier, AMPP-American Mothers Political Party, Australian Mothers Political Party, don hoffman jill dykes judge david debenham Dr. rodeheffer, Don Hoffman, family court corruption, Judge David Debenham, M. Jill Dykes, misogynists, mother rights, parental alienation, protective parent, Rape, restraining orders, woman haters. Jason P Hoffman,, Dr. Richard Gardner, Father of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) Committed Suicide May 25, 2003, Fathers & Families, Glenn Sacks, ACFC, RADAR, ANCPR, Fathers Rights, Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS), PAS is a Scam, Violence Aagainst Women, Fatherhood, Domestic Violence, on February 23, 2012 at 8:47 am


Abusers really have nothing better to do than to ‘act’ (as we all know) OHHHH soooooooooooo sincere.

I always lock or put all on moderation as they— yes, the Monsters always have terrible things to say about dead mothers dead children.

Since they all sat around and were all — upset w verzions childs view—just their abuser view and distoration – ya know the child? ya man that—

Thought I’d share a few of these LOVELY daddys , mens, abusers rights – fathers rights,entitlement folks non public but when they don’t get what they want— well… comments about the fear of children. Yes violent men- we know its all supposed to be about you—look up narcissistic yup-

its all in the sociopath — they are sooooooo not sweet.. to EVERYONE cept when the cowards close the doors of the prison of home…

It is a BELIEF SYSTEM, ENTITLEMENT, OWNERSHIP…. and a blatant hatred to all women.

CHEERS – wife beaters and child beaters keep on posting….

my answer to all you poor monsters that do not want to be nothing but the perfect good guy—all survivors know this… is

WHEN THE CEMETARIES START FILLING UP W DEAD MEN LIKE THE DO DEAD MOTHERS AND CHILDREN— then we can talk— about all those evil wives—IMO should all be buying guns teaching their daughters and protecting themselves.

less dv i assure you—and well still no dead men. funnny how that works.

till then…. keep on whining crying and go home and beat the hell out of your family—since your all such GOOd men.

Monsters In the Closet – Domestic Violence From a Child’s View


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  • fuck you cunt

    pismostroch 1 week ago


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  • This is fucking misandric bullshit.Most child abusers are womans.

    pismostroch 1 week ago


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  • There are violent women (I know – I was married to one) but you never hear about them in the press.

    Weapons and the element of surprise are great equalizers, but getting the courts to prosecute a violent woman takes an act of god, and a father getting custody of his kids takes a miracle.

    deadboltdad 2 weeks ago


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  • Well done.The vast majority of abuse against children is perpetrated by women. This video helps to cover that up and helps female pedophiles and child-murderers get away with it.

    Without your work and the work of Verizon some of this poor innocent abuser women could even get a slap on the wrist and we couldn’t have that.

    With your continued support we can make sure that many more children can be harmfully abused by women and we can make sure that those women get away scot-free. Hate on men

    anontwelve 1 month ago


  • I reported this video for being anti-male and discriminatory. This video is no better than a KKK video! It is full of scare tactics against all males, and is far from true. This video is saying that all males(fathers and brothers) are monsters and that girls have to be scared of them. What a bunch of BS! You can take this feminism and stuff it! (this one made me laugh KKK? insanity is running deep)

    jacobew2000 1 month ago


  • I had to hunt this video down….. Shame on Verizon! They removed it from the internet as much as they could. But thank you for making it accessible. I am glad I got a chance to see it. It does depict the feelings,,, however it doesn’t seem to be as frightening.. walking on egg shells.. wondering what he will be like when he came home after work. When most people couldn’t wait for the weekends…. I was relieved when Monday came around!

    tinap610 1 month ago

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  • @tinap610 I know. Me too.

    ANGELFURY1212 1 month ago

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  • This only says "She" sees abuse, and that it is the "Dad" that abuses them, and only says that the "Brother" will become an abuser. This basically says only Men abuse, and only Women are victims. Do break the cycle of silence, and say that Men are abused too.

           AngelusTheSheikh 1 month ago


  • This video is NOT a one sided attempt by a major telecommunications corporation to influence the minds of a bunch of complete and total morons to promote an organization that influences irresponsible and entitled women to irrationally fear, hate and be angry of men.

        cragmac1000 2 months ago


  • Men get abused too, why would u agree with this bias video?

       TheOutspokenman1 2 months ago


  • They fortunately pulled these misleading ads

    anikinippon 2 months ago


  • Thanks so much for posting this video. I work at a domestic violence and sexual assault agency and this video says it all. 

    MsPsycho10 2 months ago


  • Why did you remove my comment? If you think you are absolutely right then you shouldn’t censor what other people say.

    lillie1990am 2 months ago


  • The view that domestic violence is male on female is factually false. Women and men commit domestic violence coequally. In addition women are the principal abusers of children. The US Department of health and Human Services show mothers abusing children at more than double the rate of fathers.

    johntheother 2 months ago


  • more demonization of men, how typical from the misandric western female SMH

    THEATRYCAL 2 months ago


  • My mother physically and emotionally abused my father to the point that he filed for divorce. Is my mother a monster? Is my sister a monster just like her? Am I a ‘survivor’?

    Why is the ‘monster’ always a man?

    mrgimp420 2 months ago


  • There is no such thing as a "pro-abuser" lobby. The closest equivalent are those who demand that PSAs reflect the truth that women are just as violent as men and that we not paint dv as something that is done exclusively by men against women

                lillie1990am 2 months ago


In domestic law on February 16, 2012 at 9:34 pm

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In green: what the pundits, spin-meisters, and study summarizers SAY the studies have found (frequently interposed with could-bes, should-bes, what-ifs, comments, faulty conclusions, and suppositions without cites), and, in black: what the research actually says!

Myth — Psychology is a science.

Fact: “Psychology and psychiatry have never been based in science.”

Myth — It’s a violation of psychology ethics to fully disclose test data and materials in discovery.

Fact: It’s a sanctionable violation of due process to NOT do so.

Myth — Junk science in the courtroom can be countered by opposing expert testimony.

Finding: “The presence of opposing expert testimony caused jurors to be skeptical of all expert testimony rather than sensitizing them to flaws in the other expert’s testimony… Thus, contrary to the assumptions in the Supreme Court’s decision in Daubert, opposing expert testimony may not be an effective safeguard against junk science in the courtroom.” (On the other hand, skepticism of all expert testimony might not be such a bad thing.)

    Lora M. Levett and Margaret Bull Kovera, The Effectiveness of Opposing Expert Witnesses for Educating Jurors about Unreliable Expert Evidence. Journal Law and Human Behavior, Volume 32, Number 4 / August, 2008.

Myth — Psychologists and other “mental health professionals” are trained, and better able than non-psychologists, including family court judges, to evaluate family situations and render opinions on appropriate child custody arrangements.

Fact: False. They have no special abilities by reason of their profession that enable them to investigate facts, determine credibility, see into the workings of people’s minds, ascertain parenting capacity, glean the truth, make predictions about child development, determine whether past facts happened, assess risks, determine what is in children’s interests, or make recommendations that will promote children’s long-term well-being.

Myth — The research literature cited in law journals, and/or presented at professional and interdisciplinary conferences* to lawyers and judges represents a scientific consensus about what is in children’s best interests.

    *E.g. AFCC, and other venues that prominently feature mental health trade promotion in the courts (therapeutic jurisprudence) in which lawyers and judges interact or present talks in conjunction with mental health therapists and psychologists looking for work in the courts, such custody evaluators, mediators, and parenting coordinators.

Fact: Unfortunately, it is more likely than not that what is presented in these forums is cherry-picked and misrepresentative. Some of this is deliberate, but some of it is a result of inadvertent group think, narrow specialization that distorts perspective, or “publication bias” — the tendency of agenda’d researchers to not present or publish findings that do not promote their agendas.

Comment: “Much of the research in developmental psychology addresses the question ‘How do parents socialize their children?’ without asking ‘Do parents socialize their children?’ Surprisingly little of the developmental psychology research can be used to assist family courts, due to flaws such as the following:

    “1. Very few of the studies provide a way to distinguish genetic influences from environmental infludences. 2. Hardly any of the studies provide a way to distinguish child-to-parent effects from parent-to-child effects. 3. The researchers have not distinguished between the child’s behavior at home and the behavior outside the home: they’ve simply assumed that measuring one tells you something about the other. 4. The researchers have failed to consider circumstances that might influence children’s experiences outside the home… 5. Demographic factors have not been adequately controlled… 6. Many m ethodological errors have been made. 7. More generally, the research was not carried out in the impartial manner that is demanded in other scientific disciplines…”

    Gregory DeClue,”The Best Interests of the Village Children, 30 J of Psychiatry and Law 355 (2002).

Myth — Psychologists and other child custody evaluators can make an assessment of parenting skills and behaviors that will lead to better child development outcomes.

Fact: There is no scientific knowledge that mental health professionals have that can assist a court in this regard. There currently does not exist, and likely never will exist any “empirically grounded list of effective parenting skills or behaviors”. Nor can the personality of the parents be distinguished in its environmental effects from heredity.

Myth — “Equality under the law” means that men and women are the same in all ways.

Justice's PosterousFact: “Equality” under the law means that WHEN men and women are the same in all ways, the law will treat them that way, and that when they are not, the law will not default to what is characteristic of “man” as the standard. Thus, “equality under the law” means more than merely consideration of each person as an individual. It also means that that “consideration” will not be cast in terms of standards and rights that can attain only to non-gestating human beings. The law will not determine what is “reasonable” with reference solely to what would be “reasonable for a man;” the law will not determine what is “just” by reference solely to what could be “achievable by someone who cannot gestate;” and the law will not ignore reproductive differences between mothers and fathers where they do indeed exist and have effect.


Are Psychologists Hiding Evidence?
Therapeutic Jurisprudence Index
Are Psychologists Hiding Evidence?
Child Custody Evaluations — Reevaluating the Evaluators
Custody Evaluation Guidelines — Reevaluating (mirror)
Right of First Refusal in Parenting Plans
Child Custody Evaluators “In Their Own Words”
Parenting Coordination, a bad idea
Parenting Coordinator Practical Considerations
Those Joint Custody Studies

Psychological testing, MMPI2, in child custody evaluations

Psychology is not science -- or good law

Judicial Abuse -In memory of those who have died from the Courts

In domestic law on February 8, 2012 at 9:31 am
Judicial Abuse -In memory of those who have died from the Courts

Judicial Abuse



Judicial abuse occurs when the effects of law itself are damaging to the person access to justice. In the most severe forms, Judicial abuse often occurs involving the most vulnerable members of our world: Children. For some time, judicial abuse has occurred across systems and mostly against mothers and children. Considering that it was not that long ago that both women and children were seen and not heard, just as things were improving it seemed as though humanity was finally valuing each and every precious human life. Out in the public, such things would and do cause enough outrage for a sense of "natural justice". Away from the public eye, these human rights atrocities occur almost unseen and unheard like a thief in the night.


There are laws that prevent survivors from speaking out about their experiences. Whilst it is "for the children", children are not allowed to speak about the proceedings either. The media have written too few articles on the family court. To bring the case to the media, participants must seek permission from the court itself or face imprisonment. Controversially, fathers rights groups were allowed to heavily voice their stories of "no contact", "falsely accused of child abuse and domestic violence" and few were allowed to challenge that except in utilizing generalist terms and evidence based research. We are aware that most of these stories are not the case at all but are withheld by law to bring the public the truth.

Family Court

In the process of seeking more time with children and promoting what appears to be the most noble cause, has entrenched the rights of mothers and children in their ability to seek safety from violence. Heads have been quoted in the media for stating that "family violence is our core business". The propaganda that is spread about the voices of children and their access to justice promotes the profitability in manufacturing child abuse and domestic violence. They can do something about it, but it is not within their best economical advantage to do so. This will continue until something is done.ShareThis

Domestic Violence Continued: Contested Child Custody Through Protracted Litigation

In domestic law on February 2, 2012 at 10:16 pm

Domestic Violence Continued

“Domestic Violence Continued: Contested Child Custody”, is a 28 minute documentary produced by Dr. Sharon K. Araji, Professor and Chair, Department of Sociology at UCD. The video focuses on victims of domestic violence sharing their stories about what happened to them when they left their abusive partners and became involved in contested child custody cases. It features police and officers of the court who are knowledgeable about these types of cases, and interviews with Tanya Brown, Nicole Brown-Simpson’s sister, Dr. Robert Geffner, international expert on the effects of domestic violence on children, and Lundy Bancroft, international expert on DV and contested child custody.

Colorado Documentary Participants: Denver Police Department DV Unit Officers Randy Royal and Benito Trujillo; Director, Family Tree, Scott Shields; Attorney and Advisor to Project Safeguard, Chris Radolf; and several Protective Mothers from area.

Documentary presentation held in conjunction with publication of book, “Domestic Violence, Abuse and Child Custody” (April 2009), and Protective Mother’s march on nation’s capital, May 9th, 18th, 19th and 20th to raise awareness of the issue that is the focus of the documentary.
Co-Sponsors: UCD Sociology, Alpha Kappa Delta International Honor Society, Women’s and Gender Studies Program, and Center on Domestic Violence, School of Public Affairs Program Editing Award: UC Denver, Center for Faculty Excellence.

Program Promotional Award: UC Denver, CLAS Dean’s Fund for Faculty Development

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