Friday, February 17, 2017

Community Safety #femaleaggression #stabbing Woman to face court after she allegedly stabbed her Male neighbour in Bondi Beach, Sydney Daily Telegraph November 24, 2016 #violenceagainstmenbywomen #genderequality



#stabbing #femaleaggression #neighbour #bondi #genderequality #violenceagainstmenbywomen



Woman to face court after she allegedly stabbed her neighbour in Bondi Beach

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A woman who allegedly stabbed her neighbour in the back at a Bondi unit block last night will face Waverley Court today.

The woman, 51, was held in custody overnight after she was charged with two offences arising from the incident, which happened in a unit block on Bondi Rd about 8.30pm.

Police arrived at the scene to find the woman’s neighbour, 47, suffering a stab wound to his back. The man was taken to hospital for treatment and is in a stable condition.

The woman was found in a unit nearby and was taken to Waverley Police Station where she was charged with special aggravated break and enter and commit a serious indictable offence.

She is expected to face Waverley Court this morning.

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Community Safety Female Aggression Gender Equality Toxic Femininity — A Male Perspective ED BRODOW The Daily Caller 02/13/2017 “Sentimental insistence on female innocence,” suggests The New York Times, “does no service to women, who should be treated as human beings with a capacity for aggression and held equally accountable for their actions"



#genderequality  What is toxic femininity? Does our typical female bear the burden of undesirable character traits? “Sentimental insistence on female innocence,” suggests The New York Times, “does no service to women, who should be treated as human beings with a capacity for aggression and held equally accountable for their actions.” Here are ten characteristics of toxic femininity:

1. Male-directed anger and paranoia: Many contemporary women actively dislike the male of the species. Ask the average man. He will tell you that a lot of women are just plain angry at men. They love to hold men accountable for all women’s problems. If a hurtful motivation can be attributed to men, women will go for it. Some are angry because they have convinced themselves that men perceive women strictly as sex objects. For many, feminism is synonymous with demonization of men.

2. Transference neurosis: This is an unconscious defense mechanism where a woman’s feelings and attitudes originally associated with male authority figures earlier in her life are attributed or redirected to others in the present. A good example is the unreasonable hatred many women have for President Trump. The transference takes place when Trump—the ultimate male authority figure—is substituted for the bad father, husband, boyfriend, etc. “Angry woman syndrome” is another label given to this condition, where a woman’s negative past experiences create obstacles to current relationships.


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3. Gender manipulation: Women have become adept at passive-aggressive “bitchy” behavior and hidden agendas used to manipulate men. “Men’s brains are designed to spend their time figuring out how to get objects in the environment to do their bidding,” says angryharry.com. “Women’s brains are designed to spend their time figuring out how to get men to do their bidding.” According to Fox News, female manipulation can manifest itself as “dressing sexy,” withholding sex and affection, and flirting with other men. Without blinking an eye, a woman may compromise her integrity for money and security, the ultimate form of gender manipulation.

4. Emotional detachment: It seems that women are less dependent on relationships than men. Many women are “unwilling or incapable to commit completely to a relationship,” says match.com. “The reasons for this can be quite complex, ranging from emotional trauma to a simple matter of priorities, where a woman is more focused on her career than a relationship.” According to The Telegraph, the number of female sociopaths is rising: “cruel, calculating and calm under pressure.”

5. Female victimization: Many women play the victim as a method of controlling men. The “damsel in distress” persona has created a sense of entitlement. “Poor me.” “I deserve to be taken care of.” “I gave you the best years of my life.” “Women are not paid the same as men.” “There is a war on women.”

6. The “superwoman” delusion: Thanks to the feminist movement, women have been saddled with the idea that “you can do it all.” You can have success at both family and career, with no exceptions. This is a huge burden. Heaven help the woman who is satisfied to be a housewife.

7. Female self-hatred: Most women are depressed by what they see in the mirror. They hate themselves for not living up to impossible standards of physical beauty. This “self-loathing” in women can lead to depression, suicidal feelings, and related eating disorders such as obesity, bulimia, and anorexia.

8. Avoidance of accountability: It has become socially acceptable for women to deny responsibility for their actions. In the movie As Good As It Gets, Jack Nicholson explains his success at writing fictional women characters. “I think of a man,” he says, “and then I take away reason and accountability.”

9. Vicious competition with other women: “Women compete, compare, undermine and undercut one another,” says The New York Times. “Feeling on guard around other ladies is normal for a lot of women.” Evolution has made women wary of their sisters as they compete for male attention or in the workplace. “A host of studies in recent years have shown convincingly that the traditional view of women as passive and uncompetitive is wrong,” says Psychology Today. “Women, it turns out, are engaged in a competition of their own, aggressively jockeying for position in a battle to secure a suitable mate.”

10. Female martyr syndrome: We are witnessing many examples of individual women pretending to speak for all women when they are only expressing their own opinion. Recent examples in the news are Gloria Steinem, Madeleine Albright, Ashley Judd, and Madonna. The irony is that these women typically lead privileged lifestyles and so have difficulty relating to “average” women.

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Branding men with undesirable character traits has turned into a popular sport. Men are considered by some—a vocal few, at least—to be competitive, aggressive, and violent, while women are thought of as passive and more inclined to collaboration. As an unrepentant male, I take umbrage at the increasing references to “toxic masculinity.” There are two reasons. First, I believe this is pure sexism driven by a small but angry cadre of power-hungry radical feminists. I can see no earthly reason that would require me to defend the values and behavior of my sex. Second, my basic sense of fairness resents the fact that men are often demonized while women get a free pass. If we are going to have a conversation about toxic masculinity, equal time should be devoted to “toxic femininity.”
What is toxic femininity? Does our typical female bear the burden of undesirable character traits? “Sentimental insistence on female innocence,” suggests The New York Times, “does no service to women, who should be treated as human beings with a capacity for aggression and held equally accountable for their actions.” Here are ten characteristics of toxic femininity:
1. Male-directed anger and paranoia: Many contemporary women actively dislike the male of the species. Ask the average man. He will tell you that a lot of women are just plain angry at men. They love to hold men accountable for all women’s problems. If a hurtful motivation can be attributed to men, women will go for it. Some are angry because they have convinced themselves that men perceive women strictly as sex objects. For many, feminism is synonymous with demonization of men.
2. Transference neurosis: This is an unconscious defense mechanism where a woman’s feelings and attitudes originally associated with male authority figures earlier in her life are attributed or redirected to others in the present. A good example is the unreasonable hatred many women have for President Trump. The transference takes place when Trump—the ultimate male authority figure—is substituted for the bad father, husband, boyfriend, etc. “Angry woman syndrome” is another label given to this condition, where a woman’s negative past experiences create obstacles to current relationships.

3. Gender manipulation: Women have become adept at passive-aggressive “bitchy” behavior and hidden agendas used to manipulate men. “Men’s brains are designed to spend their time figuring out how to get objects in the environment to do their bidding,” says angryharry.com. “Women’s brains are designed to spend their time figuring out how to get men to do their bidding.” According to Fox News, female manipulation can manifest itself as “dressing sexy,” withholding sex and affection, and flirting with other men. Without blinking an eye, a woman may compromise her integrity for money and security, the ultimate form of gender manipulation.
4. Emotional detachment: It seems that women are less dependent on relationships than men. Many women are “unwilling or incapable to commit completely to a relationship,” says match.com. “The reasons for this can be quite complex, ranging from emotional trauma to a simple matter of priorities, where a woman is more focused on her career than a relationship.” According to The Telegraph, the number of female sociopaths is rising: “cruel, calculating and calm under pressure.”
5. Female victimization: Many women play the victim as a method of controlling men. The “damsel in distress” persona has created a sense of entitlement. “Poor me.” “I deserve to be taken care of.” “I gave you the best years of my life.” “Women are not paid the same as men.” “There is a war on women.”
6. The “superwoman” delusion: Thanks to the feminist movement, women have been saddled with the idea that “you can do it all.” You can have success at both family and career, with no exceptions. This is a huge burden. Heaven help the woman who is satisfied to be a housewife.
7. Female self-hatred: Most women are depressed by what they see in the mirror. They hate themselves for not living up to impossible standards of physical beauty. This “self-loathing” in women can lead to depression, suicidal feelings, and related eating disorders such as obesity, bulimia, and anorexia.
8. Avoidance of accountability: It has become socially acceptable for women to deny responsibility for their actions. In the movie As Good As It Gets, Jack Nicholson explains his success at writing fictional women characters. “I think of a man,” he says, “and then I take away reason and accountability.”
9. Vicious competition with other women: “Women compete, compare, undermine and undercut one another,” says The New York Times. “Feeling on guard around other ladies is normal for a lot of women.” Evolution has made women wary of their sisters as they compete for male attention or in the workplace. “A host of studies in recent years have shown convincingly that the traditional view of women as passive and uncompetitive is wrong,” says Psychology Today. “Women, it turns out, are engaged in a competition of their own, aggressively jockeying for position in a battle to secure a suitable mate.”
10. Female martyr syndrome: We are witnessing many examples of individual women pretending to speak for all women when they are only expressing their own opinion. Recent examples in the news are Gloria Steinem, Madeleine Albright, Ashley Judd, and Madonna. The irony is that these women typically lead privileged lifestyles and so have difficulty relating to “average” women.
Colleges and universities are giving men a forum to examine their allegedly toxic behavior patterns. Fairness demands that we consider the following:
• Equivalent college courses giving women the opportunity to confront their toxic femininity.
• Hollywood films that describe how both sexes are suffering because of women’s gender-related shortcomings.
• More alternative life choices for women in order to relieve the intolerable pressure arising from the superwoman delusion.
• A provision in healthcare insurance for psychotherapy to help women overcome their transference neurosis.
If we can encourage women to spend more time looking inward, we may enjoy a reprieve from the anger that has characterized the women’s movement from its inception.
Ed Brodow is a negotiation expert, political commentator, and author of In Lies We Trust: How Politicians and the Media Are Deceiving the American Public.


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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Community Safety Murder Family Violence Female Aggression Heidelberg West Melbourne Mum Confesses to Murder of 14 Month old Toddler Daughter Herald Sun April 13, 2016 #genderequality #victoriaagainstviolence #uniteandchange #16days #domesticviolence #emotionalviolence #VICforWomen #genderspecific




One wonders how many Melburnians speculated on when "the bad Man" who abducted the toddler would be caught 

such is the gender-specific approach to family violence which feeds such gender-specific assumptions re perpetrators

Pete Dowe


Female Aggression, Physical or Emotional is a Female Community Safety issue and a Child Protection issue

Pete Dowe



"Little Sanaya’s body was found in a Heidelberg West creek on Sunday, with mum Sofina Nikat claiming the toddler was abducted during a trip to the park.
But Ms Nikat was last night charged with murdering the 14-month old with police saying she had confessed to Sanaya’s killing."












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THE mum of toddler Sanaya Sahib has not appeared in court because of concerns about her mental health after being charged with her daughter’s murder.
Little Sanaya’s body was found in a Heidelberg West creek on Sunday, with mum Sofina Nikat claiming the toddler was abducted during a trip to the park.
But Ms Nikat was last night charged with murdering the 14-month old with police saying she had confessed to Sanaya’s killing.
Ms Nikat, 22, of Mitcham, did not appear at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court this morning for a short administrative hearing.
Her lawyer Michael McNamara said while it was his client’s preference not to be brought into court, medical experts had given him similar advice.
He said he had been notified about serious concerns about Ms Nikat’s mental health.
Magistrate Johanna Metcalfe allowed the filing hearing to proceed in Ms Nikat’s absence.
Prosecutors have been given until June 22 to prepare the brief of evidence ahead of an August committal hearing.
CCTV footage will form part of the brief.
Ms Nikat remains in custody.
Sanaya’s body was found partially submerged in Darebin Creek early on Sunday.
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Ms Nikat faced an out of sessions court hearing this afternoon. Picture: Mitchell Toy
Her mother told police that on Saturday morning, as she walked in Olympic Park, an African man had snatched her baby and run off.
But police told an out of sessions court hearing last night that Ms Nikat had now made a full confession to murder.
Sanaya’s dad, Sameer Sahib, told the Herald Sun that he was struggling to comprehend his daughter’s death.
“It is a very big shock,” Mr Sahib said, on learning his ex-partner had been charged with murder.
Victoria Police confirmed it was not looking for anybody else in relation to the death.
CCTV footage shows Ms Nikat walking to the park with a baby in a pram and calmly returning a short time later, the pram empty.
Police allege Sanaya was murdered on Saturday, then dumped in Darebin Creek.
Ms Nikat clasped a yellow copy of the Koran tightly during the brief out-of-sessions hearing at Melbourne West police station.
Detective Senior Sergeant Stuart Bailey, of the homicide squad, told the hearing Ms Nikat was arrested in Mont Albert at 8.36am, and had made “a full confession to the murder of her 14-month-old child”.
Ms Nikat spoke only to confirm she had been offered tea and a glass of water, softly answering “yeah”.
Police outside the home in Perth Street at Heidelberg West. Picture: Chris Eastman








Sanaya’s body was found in Darebin Creek early on Sunday. Picture: Facebook
A girls sings Amazing Grace beside flowers left for the slain tot. Picture: Andrew Tauber
Ms Nikat, who appeared nervous during the hearing, was dressed in a black cardigan, a pink skirt, black pants and thongs.
She had claimed her baby was snatched by a shoeless African man who smelled of alcohol at 10.10am on Saturday.
But homicide squad detectives found no evidence to back up her claims, and did not release any image of the suspect she had described.
The Herald Sun revealed on Monday that less than a week before the baby’s death, an ambulance had been called to the home in Perth St, Heidelberg West, where Ms Nikat had been staying with her brother.
Sanaya was treated for a seizure at her uncle’s home on Sunday, April 3, and taken to hospital.
It was also revealed the Department of Human Services had previously been involved with the family.
In her original statement to police, Ms Nikat said she chased the African man but being unable to keep up with him, had returned to her brother’s home nearby and raised the alarm.
Police stepped up local ­patrols to calm public fears.
Heidelberg United Football Club held a minute’s ­silence for Sanaya before their soccer match.
Before his sister’s arrest, Sanaya’s uncle, Habib Ali, had said his niece was “an angel”.
“Sanaya didn’t deserve what happened to her. I remember she was always a very happy child,” he said.
Forensic police on the murder site. Picture: AAP
Mourners lay flowers at the scene of the tragedy. Picture: Denis Manktelow
CCTV cameras can be seen nearby a bridge over Darebin Creek.
Meanwhile today, a nine-year-old girl from Heidelberg has paid tribute to Sanaya by singing Amazing Grace at her flower memorial.
Residents living near where the tragedy unfolded will on Friday hold a vigil in Sanaya’s honour.
Pink and yellow balloons will be released near the oval at Olympic Park, where the tot’s body was found.
Organiser Cheyenne Brent, whose partner and three-year-old daughter only recently met little Sanaya at a community centre, said: “My daughter was playing with her while waiting for her appointment.”
“She was just so excited to meet a new little friend,’’ Ms Brent said.
“She was just the most adorable little girl you could have ever met.”
“This has shocked my whole community.
“It’s heartbreaking. There’s a lot of people who are really affected by it so I thought I’d do something nice.
“I told people that we could write little message on the balloons and hopefully she’s looking down when we let them go.”
Those taking part will meet at the footbridge between Northland shopping centre and Olympic Park at 11am.
public Facebook page has been set up in honour of Sanaya with details of the vigil.
Sharyn Hall, who lives just a few doors down from Sanaya’s uncle’s house, said Ms Nikat’s story about a mystery man snatching the little girl had left her too afraid to allow her three grandchildren to visit the area.
“She made us believe there was a black man on the loose,’’ Ms Hall said.
“A lot of us have got little kids or grandkids and we were frightened, we were afraid.”
Asked why she wanted to attend, Ms Hall said: “We are just laying her to rest.”




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