The Man-hating scum at Television New Zealand seem to have lost the battle to demonise men with regard to domestic violence, so now they have proactively gone out to find some other issue to demonise men about: under-age sex. "Yes, it is always men," the walrus-liar, Mark Sainsbury, says.
TVNZ's Use of Domestic Violence to Demonise Men
It was TVNZ who powerfully and dictatorially planted in the public's mind the notion that domestic violence was something that men did to women. Period. This was based on the creativity of the Feminist man-haters, who invented the Duluth (Power and Control) model of domestic violence, according to which domestic violence was the result of men wanting to control women. Of course, no one has ever produced a single shred of evidence that this model corresponds to facts on the ground. If you want facts on the ground, consult Professor Martin Fiebert's annotated bibliography of domestic violence research, which
examines 282 scholarly investigations: 218 empirical studies and 64 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.
(Search that page for specific countries, such as "New Zealand", for the word "weapon", and for the word "initiate", etc..)
The knock-out blow, for New Zealand television audiences, was probably the sight of a large female Maori shoplifter caught on security camera repeatedly bashing a security guard on the head with her large handbag. No matter how brainwashed or stupid a person may be, it is extremely difficult to explain this sight as the result of an evil security guard trying to assert his power and control over an innocent, battered women. There are three important points here:
The man-hating media use the same tactic that the universities use, and call it "research":
The Walrus (a.k.a. Mark Sainsbury) starts his report with the statement that only men do this sort of thing. However,
Child sexual abuse by females is grossly under-reported, but here is one recent example which was reported:
As Myriam Denov reports, in her book Perspectives on Female Sex Offending: A Culture of Denial, (p. 70), in the Police, "Training appeared to focus exclusively on sexual assault as a crime committed by males (sic) perpetrators against female victims." That being the case, the ordinary police officer is hardly likely to take seriously allegations of sexual assault levelled at females. She was not writing about the New Zealand Police, but I have every reason to believe that the Police in New Zealand are no different.
Non-feminist ideas on feminist issues get bad marks at universities, so only feminists get to teach courses on these issues. At Victoria University of Wellington, I was recently taught International Relations Theory by a male feminist flake, Robert Deuchars. In an essay, I had happened to mention that the media were biased against men. Because he said he had hurt his hand and could not write, I was forced to phone him to get his comments on this essay, and one of his comments was that the media could not be biased against men, because the Media Studies department at his hometown university (Glasgow) did not mention anti-male bias in the media! I replied that I was 99.9% certain that they have never even researched the topic. Anyway, I asked the Glasgow Media Group (including Professor Greg Philo) about this twice by email, but got no reply.
It is my general experience of academics that they know very little about anything outside their very narrow specialty -- but they are usually quite certain that anything they know nothing about does not even exist!!