Aboriginal campaigner against domestic violence Jacinta Price stores & # 39; toxic masculinity & # 39;
& # 39; Toxic masculinity & # 39; sentence is struck by Aboriginal domestic violence campaigner who is afraid of her four sons due to demonization of men
- Campaigner against domestic violence strikes the sentence & # 39; toxic masculinity & # 39;
- Indigenous city councilor Jacinta Price said men were under enough pressure now
- The mother of four boys said that men were no longer appreciated because of their gender
- The federal election candidate has survived to be in a violent relationship
An Aboriginal campaigner against domestic violence has the expression & # 39; toxic masculinity & # 39; slammed to describe male behavior.
Jacinta Price, who himself had been in a violent relationship, said that demonizing men did nothing to address the issue of attacks on women by their husbands and boyfriends.
& # 39; There is always poisonous masculinity & # 39 ;, she told the ABC's The Drum program on Wednesday evening.
An Aboriginal campaigner against domestic violence has the expression & # 39; toxic masculinity & # 39; for describing male behavior slammed (pictured is Jacinta Price, right, with her musician husband Colin Lillie)
& # 39; Where do young men feel fit now if they are not valued as the male gender? & # 39;
Mrs. Price, a mother of four boys and a Alice Springs city council member, said men were under sufficient pressure.
& # 39; As a society we have a lot of pressure on our men in general, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; As the mother of four sons, I find it very important that everyone understands that they have a place in society, no matter what happens. & # 39;
Ms. Price is married to Scotland-born musician Colin Lillie and has played in vain as a candidate for a national liberal party during this year's federal elections.
She reached a 2.8 percent swing against former Labor member Warren Snowdon in the vast outback Northern Territory electorate of Lingiari.
Mrs. Price, a mother of four boys and a Alice Springs city councilor in central Australia, said men were getting enough pressure
The aspiring federal member of parliament is also the daughter of former NT government minister Bess Price (center with husband David Price), who received an International Women's Courage Award from former US president Barack Obama in 2012 for her campaign against domestic violence in indigenous communities
The aspiring federal MP is the daughter of former NT government minister Bess Price, who in 2012 received an International Women's Courage Award from former US president Barack Obama for her campaigns against domestic violence in indigenous communities.
Jacinta Price spoke in March The Weekend Australian Magazine about surviving domestic violence in 2008, when she was previously in a new relationship.
She needed stitches after she threw a light at her.
Her latest comments about & # 39; toxic masculinity & # 39; were made after feminist writer Clementine Ford slammed Studio 10 personality Joe Hildebrand because he claimed that not all men are to blame for violence against women.
Mrs. Price ran in vain as a candidate for a candidate for the national liberal party in this month's federal elections (she is pictured with Prime Minister Scott Morrison in the Northern Territory)
Hildebrand had the suggestion of & # 39; the nonsensical & # 39; Victorian Assistant Police Commissioner Luke Cornelius that violence against women & # 39;the behavior of men is not about the behavior of women. & # 39;
Police Chief Commander commented on the death of Courtney Herron, 25, who on Saturday became the fourth young woman to be killed in a public place in Melbourne in less than a year.
Jacinta Price appeared on The Drum when feminist Clementine Ford defended the idea of emphasizing male behavior
Hildebrand said that equating violence with masculinity and broadly blaming all men would do nothing to deter perpetrators from violence.
& # 39; I don't see how I think about myself will prevent women from being beaten or killed & # 39 ;, he told Network Ten's morning show this week.
Ford responded with one 10 daily column with the argument that emphasizing male behavior was not about blaming all men.
& # 39; Shifting the story from women's behavior to men's is not about blaming all men for the actions of a few & # 39 ;, she said.
& # 39; It's about recognizing that the actions of some come from the culture of a gender-unequal world where men are overwhelmingly the beneficiaries. & # 39;
A year ago, the suicide prevention group removed Lifeline Ford as a keynote speaker after tweeting & # 39; kill all men & # 39; and & # 39; all men must die & # 39 ;.
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