Books about dating violence
The book concludes with suggestions for battered individuals and for wider community action. The American Library Association's review on Amazon's webpage says: "Perhaps the most isolated crime victims are lesbian and bisexual survivors of woman-to-woman sexual violence.
Women to Women Sexual Violence-Does She Call it Rape? Multifaceted sexual-identity issues combine with shame and institutionalized heterosexism to make society unable to acknowledge such assaults.
By providing actual case studies, his own included, the author shows the destruction that is incurred by families due to false allegations of child abuse.
Having been falsely accused himself, the author gives the pitfalls and shows how to combat and defeat false abuse allegations.
Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence by Philip W.
It offers gripping, emotional stories, self-help for victims, and provocative insight into public issues, and provides a basic reference source for professionals.Same Sex Domestic Violence: Strategies for Change, by B. Chapters include topics of practical concern, HIV, same-sex domestic violence, establishing safe-home networks for battered gay men, courtroom advocacy, coalition building and dating violence prevention.