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Women don’t be afraid!


One of the interesting topics we discussed on ‘The Hustlers Corner NYC” podcast is ‘Lipstick Stories’. What’s behind the ‘Lipstick Stories?’ ‘Lipstick Stories’ is based on women who are victims of domestic violence and have been sexually abused by their spouses, or very aggressive men who want to maintain their calm toward her.

Many women are afraid or ashamed to talk about these issues. I can understand because most of their abusers become stalkers and want to kill. 

A domestic violence victim should not feel ashamed or be in other abuse that occurs in a domestic setting, such as in a marriage or a friendship. Doesn’t matter you are heterosexual or in a relationship with a same-sex partner.

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Domestic violence involves children, parents, or the elderly. Domestic Violence can assume multiple forms, including physical, verbal, emotional, economic, religious, reproductive, or sexual abuse. Domestic Violence can range from forms to marital rape and other violent physical abuse, such as choking, beating, female genital mutilation, and acid throwing that may result in disfigurement or death and includes the use of technology to harass, control, monitor, stalk, or hack.

Domestic murder includes stoning, bride burning, honor killing, and dowry death, which sometimes involves non-cohabitating family members.

Sexually abused also referred to as molestation, is abusive sexual behavior by one person upon another. It is often perpetrated using force or by taking advantage of another. Any behavior by an adult towards a child to stimulate any of the involved sexually. The use of a child, or other individuals younger than the age of consent, for sexual stimulation is referred to as child sexual abuse or statutory rape.

‘I was in a domestic violence marriage for ten years,’ said Jeannette Davis, co-host of ‘The Hustlers Corner NYC’ podcast, ‘and I have kept saying to myself he was sorry I know he will change because he loves me.

But, as long as I have believed in him, more of his control over me has gotten worse. Yes, I have kept my abuse hidden from my family, friends, and other people. Yes, I was a bit ashamed, then, my faith took place and I began to fight back against my abuser’s ex-husband. 



Why you don’t love me?

Another sad situation in a domestic violence crisis is when your abuser looks at you as a target of his curse. Such as promise you, blame you, excuse you for any mentally and physically. A man developed low self-esteem and feels his presence is not strong enough to control his emotions toward a woman he supposes to ‘love’. His threats become dangerous leading him to kill. A man’s mind is different from a woman’s when it comes to sensitive signals of behavior. 

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National Domestic Violence Hotline Free · Confidential · Hours: Available 24 hours call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

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