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When I was 17, I met the future father of my children. At that time I had no relationship experience-I didn't know there was any other way. Initially it was clear that it would be a purely patriarchal relationship, which I was willing to endure for the sake of "great love.

 

It was always necessary to behave well: not to pester him with talk, not to cook, clean, take care of the children, not to rest, not to go out and not to communicate with family and friends without permission, not to make up and to be totally obedient without the right to his own opinion. At first I began to notice his outbursts of aggression, for which he sometimes apologized. Then the periods between his outbursts began to shorten, and soon erased altogether.

 

He started beating me up, establishing rules of behavior. For example, if he entered the house, I had to stand up and look at the floor-if my gaze went up, I had to be punished. He would beat me in front of my two-year-old daughter and four-year-old son. At some point I realized I had to leave, I wanted to protect the children's psyche. It was hard to do because we were locked up. Every time he left, he locked us in the apartment without keys.

 

One day he forgot to take the keys out of the door, and that was our salvation - I took the kids and ran away. Our hell did not end there, but a new one began: at the domestic violence center they tried to convince me that I should be patient and settle, reasoning that we had nowhere to go and would be left on the street. They were pushing the idea that a man can't just beat me like that.



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It's horrible... Why do men allow themselves to behave this way with women, let alone with the mothers of their children... And these men are outraged at feminists, and don't understand that this is how women defend themselves against such, sorry animals... And don't wonder why women become man-haters... It's a good thing there are many organizations that fight this, and they can put you in jail for this kind of behavior. A friend of mine started a similar organization nuk-bd.org . I really support her in this, because for her it is very important, because she herself has faced violence from a man she does not know...



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I don't understand how you can allow yourself to raise your hand against a woman. It's not a man's thing at all.

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