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Los Angeles, CA--To watch the ad, click here. To see more anti-male domestic violence industry ads, see below. Since women are as likely to commit domestic violence as men are, a significant portion of the domestic violence PSAs should feature male victims and female abusers. I'm sure they exist, but I've never seen one--if anybody has, please email it to me. I also question their "325,000 injuries a year" number--anybody familiar with DV statistics in the UK know if the number is reliable? I wonder if they're conflating "incidents" with "injuries." How the Domestic Violence Industry Portrays Men--Part I (Video) How the Domestic Violence Industry Portrays Men--Part II (Video) How the Domestic Violence Industry Portrays Men--Part III (Video)

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