The Rise of Female Violence

Written by Jasmin

A British documentary highlighting the problems of the rise of female violence. Street violence and pub brawls are something we have previously only attributed to men. Women’s contributions have largely gone un noticed or under reported.

The first part of the documentary follows Issy’s story of drunken misbehaviours and violent crimes ranging from assaulting police and citizens through to offending a feminist on Twitter (um ah).

It then moves onto a woman who was raised by two violent and abusive parents who went onto to stab her own sister. She said about female crimes “It’s definitely easier to be a girl living the lifestyle of crime because people don’t expect it from you. As women you’re looked upon as people to have kids, create a home and nurture. From what I remember being placed in front of a Judge they used to read what was said and then look at me as if ‘really?’ I feel like I used to get away with a lot because I was a girl”

It presents a balanced view of the gender break down of domestic violence and highlights the appalling lack of accountability for female criminals in the legal system.

This definitely does NOT blame men, in fact I think it’s a very pro male story – particularly following the case of a husband whose wife was charged with attempted murder and convicted for 9 years in prison. It does take a typically compassionate view of women that we don’t attribute to men, however.

It’s well worth a watch

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About the author


Jasmin is a specialist men’s coach who supports men in all aspects of relationships, but specifically those who are going through high conflict separation and divorce. She is also a dedicate advocate for services for men and their children who have been victims of domestic violence and abuse.

Jasmin helps men who are struggling and feeling lost and alone, to move to a place of acceptance and confidence so they can move ahead and live a life consistent with their values and beliefs. She believes strongly in the power of overcoming past hurts through empathy and compassion.

She is a mother of two, author, presenter and coach. She lives in the idyllic coastal town of Merimbula, NSW, Australia.

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