Domestic Violence Against Women Essay

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Domestic violence affects 20% to 50% of women in the United States every year by getting beaten by their husbands and being traumatized from society. The women who are victims of domestic violence act differently in their life and cannot see men the same anymore, as some of them wouldn’t be able to even talk to a man or show their faces out to the public because they are embarrassed to even interact with society. Domestic violence against women happens to more than 1,000,000 women in a year and the violence goes world spread that develops in the U.S., Africa, Asia, Europe, etc. by men abusing women harshly, rape happening in sexual assaults, and family members getting traumatized by the abuse they witness. Many people think that women are…show more content…
Both women and men can be abused, but, the majority of the time its men who are the abusive ones. From cavemen times to the medieval age and to the early 1900s women have always been seen as the weaker sex. Women had to obey men and listen to their rules. If they manage to disobey or break one of the rules the penalty would either be sentenced to torture or even death. Violence against women and girls still continues to be a global epidemic as most countries in the world do it. Domestic violence against women is still present in everyday activities. In every country, cutting to other cultures, classes and schools, ethnicity, and age limits. A growing body of research studies indicates that 20% to 50% of women have experienced domestic violence in other states in the world. Different countries have different rules that women have to follow. In Saudi Arabia women cannot disobey rules because if they do then the women will be punished badly. Torture may even sometimes be used on the women to make sure they don’t do it again. The law in Saudi Arabia states that women need to wear dark clothing that covers their whole face and body because they believe that they show much too much skin and think that it’s too sexual to the

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