Being Alone, Children, and Money: Children Killed by One Parent: 2001-2006
 Mother, alone
 or with other
 70.8%
 Father, alone
 or with other
 29.2%
 Source: U.S. DHHS Child Maltreatment reports 2001-2006
<p><a href="http://feminismisahatemovement.tumblr.com/post/160554214303/the-us-department-of-health-and-human-services" class="tumblr_blog">feminismisahatemovement</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p style="">
The
 U.S Department of Health and Human Services “Child Maltreatment” 
reports from 2001-2006, show that of children abused by one parent, 
70.6% were abused by their mothers, whereas only 29.4% were abused by 
their fathers, and of children who died at the hands of one parent, 
70.8% were killed by their mothers, whereas only 29.2% were killed by 
their fathers. <br/></p><p>A common and seemingly reasonable response
 to this is “well, women, as the primary caregivers, are exposed to 
children more often, so of course the data would show them as being more
 often the perpetrators of child abuse, by virtue of frequent exposure.”
 However, this removes all moral responsibility from the female, 
essentially citing exposure as an excuse for immoral behavior. <br/></p><p>Exposure does <i>not </i>excuse immoral behavior.<i> “Well, I work 
at a bank, so of course I had to steal the money.” </i>Adults 
should be expected to exercise self-control. Whether or not the data 
would be more balanced if men were more frequently exposed to the 
children (which we might know, if women didn’t win custody in over 90% 
of divorce proceedings, and if men weren’t still expected to be the 
primary financial providers), there still remains a problem, there still
 remains a victim, and there still remains a perpetrator who must be 
held accountable for their actions.<br/></p></blockquote>

<p>Feminists won’t waste a single opportunity to point out that men more frequently perpetrate domestic violence but when you show them women commit child abuse more frequently you could hear a pin drop.</p>

feminismisahatemovement:

The U.S Department of Health and Human Services “Child Maltreatment” reports from 2001-2006, show that of children abused by one parent, 70.6% were abused by their mothers, whereas only 29.4% were abused by their fathers, and of children who died at the hands of one parent, 70.8% were killed by their mothers, whereas only 29.2% were killed by their fathers.

A common and seemingly reasonable response to this is “well, women, as the primary caregivers, are exposed to children more often, so of course the data would show them as being more often the perpetrators of child abuse, by virtue of frequent exposure.” However, this removes all moral responsibility from the female, essentially citing exposure as an excuse for immoral behavior.

Exposure does not excuse immoral behavior. “Well, I work at a bank, so of course I had to steal the money.” Adults should be expected to exercise self-control. Whether or not the data would be more balanced if men were more frequently exposed to the children (which we might know, if women didn’t win custody in over 90% of divorce proceedings, and if men weren’t still expected to be the primary financial providers), there still remains a problem, there still remains a victim, and there still remains a perpetrator who must be held accountable for their actions.

Feminists won’t waste a single opportunity to point out that men more frequently perpetrate domestic violence but when you show them women commit child abuse more frequently you could hear a pin drop.

Children Killed by One Parent 2001-2006 Mother alone or with other 708% Father alone or with other 292% Source US DHHS Child Maltreatment reports 2001-2006 <p><a href=httpfeminismisahatemovementtumblrcompost160554214303the-us-department-of-health-and-human-services class=tumblr_blog>feminismisahatemovement<a><p> <blockquote><p style=> The US Department of Health and Human Services “Child Maltreatment” reports from 2001-2006 show that of children abused by one parent 706% were abused by their mothers whereas only 294% were abused by their fathers and of children who died at the hands of one parent 708% were killed by their mothers whereas only 292% were killed by their fathers <br><p><p>A common and seemingly reasonable response to this is “well women as the primary caregivers are exposed to children more often so of course the data would show them as being more often the perpetrators of child abuse by virtue of frequent exposure” However this removes all moral responsibility from the female essentially citing exposure as an excuse for immoral behavior <br><p><p>Exposure does <i>not <i>excuse immoral behavior<i> “Well I work at a bank so of course I had to steal the money” <i>Adults should be expected to exercise self-control Whether or not the data would be more balanced if men were more frequently exposed to the children which we might know if women didn’t win custody in over 90% of divorce proceedings and if men weren’t still expected to be the primary financial providers there still remains a problem there still remains a victim and there still remains a perpetrator who must be held accountable for their actions<br><p><blockquote> <p>Feminists won’t waste a single opportunity to point out that men more frequently perpetrate domestic violence but when you show them women commit child abuse more frequently you could hear a pin drop<p> Meme

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