Many Women in America and around the world lie to themselves when they are victims of Domestic Abuse by their spouses or partners. This Lie is not voluntarily but rather a symptom of a deep emotional and psychological damage of on their self esteem and the concepts of themselves.
I ask you all those girls and women dealing with Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence if they really consider this mistreatment Love.

By excusing their partners they are just perpetuating this dangerous cycle of destruction and impunity. If this cycle is not stop, it will be transfer to the next generation that will take this behavior as normal, repeating the pattern by being the aggressor or the victim. This Violent Behaviors are learned and it’s imperative to stop them. Women should lear of their own value and realize that no one should impose their over them, much less in a violent and abuse manner.

I say to all MEN that we have the utter responsibility to see our couples as equals and respect their individuality and integrity. Love is not base on physical strength and domination, but rather cooperation and understanding.
And no matter our economical status, everyday struggles, no matter how difficult time have become. women are not our punching bags of the frustrations we might have. If we really love out women, we should treat them with respect and dignity. Love them for who they are and what they do.

That are not space for Violence and Abuse in LOVE, hitting your partner is not Love, just brutality.


  • derP
    derPalmost 3 years ago

    very nice work!

  • it has to.

    – Yago

  • darkvampire
    darkvampirealmost 3 years ago

    Well done and well said!

  • thank you. We need to say a lot more

    – Yago

  • Revenant
    Revenantalmost 3 years ago


    You’ve been featured in the

    Just click on the banner to bask in the glory and keep the faith! (So to speak…)

    On a personal note, I applaud your work and the sentiment behind it.

  • thank you very much. More will come :O)

    – Yago

  • Iman Al-sultan
    Iman Al-sultanover 2 years ago

    Its hard for many men to see women as their equal…unfortunately. Women are seen as less intelligent, less powerful and less of an equal by men around the globe; educated or not. But, I have to say, women are the ones who let this domestic abuse last for this long. Like you said, women have to know and protect their value and dignity.
    Women have sacrificed too many things for the sake of others…

    With much respect,

  • the key is in what Women think of their selves. And what men keeps trying to impose on women.
    Media, Advertising, FIlms, Religions, and Social rules have been imposing a very heavy weight on women for many centuries already. And sadly, are women that allows this system to be perpetuate. Machismo and Misogynistic tendencies are pass from the mother to the children over the years.
    A man will abuse, because it had learned it at home. If a kid thinks is ok to hit your woman without any consequences to it, it will repeat the pattern over, and over. It’s a responsibility of the mother to stop this cycle of violence and abuse, because his man won’t, it;s normal for him.
    Over pampering the male child, over protecting it, and allowing him to grow up uncheck, only misbalance the equation between Male and Female.
    Is like Religion, religion is pass from Mother to Children, fathers have little work on it.

    – Yago

  • Bramley
    Bramleyover 2 years ago

    I co-wrote a film that was shot in Melbourne last year called ‘The Three Ages of Sasha’. Sasha’s first age is as a baby born into a domestically abusive environment. Her second age is as a young child absorbing and trying to understand the violence around her. The third age is Sasha as a young adult who now uses her education in the only way she knows how… It’s a hard look at a cycle that we must break. Once a child has reached the age of seven it is often too late. Anyone interested you can go to the website where there are a few teasers. The more support this film gets the better chance we have of breaking the cycle of domestic violence.

  • I will gladly put your link on my main site where all Child Abuse and Domestic Abuse designs are. I have several links there of organizations that helps the survivors of these kind of Abuses. Thank you for you work, Yago

    – Yago

  • VenusOak
    VenusOakover 2 years ago

    ouch… impressive work. It is always important to keep this message out there and to keep discussion of this important issue going. Bravo!

  • Than you

    – Yago

  • carnal
    carnalover 2 years ago

    Painful, powerful and heart breaking work. Please submit this in the Exaggerated Emotions Group. This powerful statement can not be expressed enough, sadly.

  • Thank you so much. I do believe that is never laud enought when we ask to stop this pattern. I joined you guys already. Thank you again

    – Yago

  • Thank you so much

    – Yago

  • carnal
    carnalover 2 years ago

    Powerful work!

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimageover 2 years ago

    bravo !
    my best, your host (francis).

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