Advocate Warns: “Male Domestic Violence Victims Should Not Seek Help in San Diego or Anywhere Else”

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Paul Elam of ‘An Ear for Men’ has a very interesting video analysis of the San Diego, CA District Attorney’s recent video targeting domestic violence victims.

During the video, he points out an undeniable bias against men, as well as a very interesting study which notes “286 scholarly investigations, 221 empirical studies and 65 reviews and/or analyses, which demonstrate that women are as physically aggressive, or more aggressive, than men in their relationships with their spouses or male partners. The aggregate sample size in the reviewed studies exceeds 371,600. [- Martin S. Fiebert, Department of Psychology, Cal State University, Long Beach.]  

Elam notes, “It is important to recognize that this is an ideologically driven office. From the (San Diego) D.A.’s facebook page to the people associated with their domestic violence task force, we find transparent, convincing evidence that a feminist worldview is at the foundation of their efforts. One very telling bit is in their danger assessment form for domestic violence victims. Do you notice anything questionable about the screening questions? That’s right. Throughout the document, the perpetrator is assumed to be male and the victim is assumed to be female. Remember, the data- the facts- absolutely reject this assumption.”

The ‘Ear for men’ webpage on patreon notes “The problem with the mental health industry is that it is mentally unhealthy, especially for men. An Ear for Men was established to help men navigate life on their own terms without the feminized psychobabble of modern therapy.”

The group’s websites is; here is their Facebook page and twitter page.

The An Ear For Men About Page begins, “An Ear for Men (AEFM) is a website, blog and personal consulting service for men only. It is also intended to build a community of men who come together supportively. Most importantly AEFM was established to assist men with shaping their own life narrative; to choose what direction they want to take in life — and to take it.”

Here is their latest video on domestic violence:

Here are a few more of his videos, they are funny and interesting.

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