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Is child abuse related to gender issues? If yes, then how?

  1. Sayyeda Zonah profile image61
    Sayyeda Zonahposted 2 years ago

    Is child abuse related to gender issues? If yes, then how?

  2. peeples profile image96
    peeplesposted 2 years ago

    I think this could be a great question if you deleted and made a new one expanding on the question. This one is very vague. Just my opinion. smile

    1. Sayyeda Zonah profile image61
      Sayyeda Zonahposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I truly respect your opinion. I just wanted to know if I really was on the right track, because many people kept saying to me that child abuse can't be related to gender issues. So, yeah.

    2. peeples profile image96
      peeplesposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Are you talking about the child or the abuser? Are you asking about gender identity or just the gender of the child. Unfortunately this box doesn't give me enough space to give good answer, but if you redo the question I will be sure to chime in. smile

  3. poetryman6969 profile image62
    poetryman6969posted 2 years ago

    I could easily be missing the point here but if you look worldwide and ask which of the two sexes is most likely to be the victim of the list below, the answer to the question seems clear:

    1)    Female genital mutilation
    2)    Punishing rape victims
    3)    Honor killing
    4)    Strapping bombs to children
    5)    Sexually enslaving women
    6)    Murdering homosexuals
    7)    Child marriage
    8)    Domestic Violence
    9)    Disciplining or Punishing Wives

 
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