The Queensland government again demonstrates its ‘why bother with men?’ attitude

Their ABC presented us with a telling headline yesterday (29 April 2021):

Queensland’s domestic violence taskforce head wants to hear women’s stories of reporting abuse‘ (Source)

It began with “The head of a Queensland domestic violence and justice taskforce says women’s experiences reporting abuse to police will be looked at as part of the wide-ranging review, more than a week after the horrific deaths of Kelly Wilkinson and Lordy Ramadan”.

Queensland has had one or more DV task forces before, plus several inquiries, but they still need to hear from Queensland women. (Read about those previous inquiries here). Men, just wait, your turn will come … err … later.

The article went on to mention the names and brief details of some women who were killed in DV-related circumstances. No male victims rated a mention.

It then went on to talk about another possible initiative, women-only police stations. Talk about being seen to be doing something … whilst conveniently pandering to the feminist lobby.

This is not even part-way to being ‘good-enough’. It’s a pathetic embarrassment.

Newsflash: At least one in three victims of domestic abuse are male. You can’t possibly arrive at a workable solution to this violence and abuse by ignoring all the facets that don’t sit comfortably well with the prevailing feminist framework. And thus we haven’t. Just continual shrill calls from the feminist lobby for ‘more please sir’. More taxpayer dollars that is.

And finally they called for public submissions. The closing date for submissions on the discussion paper was 9 July 2021. The Terms of Reference are noted here.

I note that only two out of the eleven Task Force members are male, with participants drawn from academia, the public service, and the domestic violence industry.

See also:

1IN3’s submission to the Independent Commission of Inquiry into Queensland Police Service responses to domestic and family violence (24 June 2022)

“I’m proud to be part of a government that values women in leadership roles and strives for gender equality. Minister for Women and the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence, Shannon Fentiman, joined me as we released a new Queensland Women’s Strategy 2022-27 (31 March 2022).

Investing in Queensland Women’s Grants (February 2022)

‘Hear Her Voice’ – the release of the report of the Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce (2 December 2021) I have just read the associated tweets from Shannon Fentiman MP, the QLD Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Minister for Women, and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence (refer @ShannonFentiman) and saw no mention whatsoever of either violent/abusive women and/or male victims of domestic violence.

Queensland domestic violence taskforce proposes 13 changes to legislation including electronic monitoring (msn.com) (27 May 2021)

3 thoughts on “The Queensland government again demonstrates its ‘why bother with men?’ attitude”

  1. Domestic violence, especially against women, is at an all time historical minimal. This ‘ant-women violence epidemic’ is just another distraction shrill cry from feminists who strive at tax payers cost to distract society from the true insidious nature of women who want to push men into the lowest class tier of society. They distract us from family courts bias against men, its financial abuse and crippling burdens without his thoughts or options allowed to exist. (just another friend of mine has had his daughter removed from his world. The mother has run off to Queeensland , without his knowledge , not allowing any contact with her while the mother continues to receive his money by court appointment).

    What about the sexist behaviour promoted by feminists in the workplace where companies are employing women in roles to do less than the men do and whereby men must go to assist them whenever they require. The males workplace performance statistics are eroded by assisting the females and no compensation or consideration for males now having to carry their own workload as well as the females . THe females get the same pay for less effort and performance.

  2. Thanks for links to taskforce documents. I am following this and not only intend to make a submission (I have lived experience of coercive control from multiple female partners) to the “taskforce”. I intend to formally complain to the The Queensland Human Rights Commission for the gender bias in the announcement, press releases, documents and intent.

    I will also be sharing the information and links on other fathers and parents pages

  3. What those shrilling for “Coercive Control” laws in Australia modelled on the UK CCtrl laws fail to understand is that the UK Home Office commissioned perr reviewed research to support the work of the (feminist) committee advising the UK government.

    The ‘committee’ rejected this research based on 2 mthings; 1. The results of the reserarch surprised them and 2. The results of the reserarch did not support their feminist narrative

    This research concluded that the is ‘gender symetry’ surrounding the perpetration of Domestic Violence and Coercive Control as well as there being ‘gender symetry’ surroundingthe victimisation from Domestic Violence and Coercive Control.

    There has been no research commissioned for the Qld WSJT and if you read submissions to it, it’s all about perpetrating the feminist controlled DV Industrial Complex and securing it’s business model.

    I am a life-long victim of DV, but according to fentiman, those that enable her and those that she enables, I can’t be a survive of DV because my gender as the perpetrator.

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