So because someone with a viewpoint you disagree with promotes a study it is invalid? Then all of your studies are invalid to everyone that disagrees with you? Besides, I’m not even referring to MRA websites. I’m referring to statistics collected by the US government, and numerous universities. http://fermat.unh.edu/~mas2/ID41-PR41-Dominance-symmetry%20-%20corrected-pg255.pdf—- Interestingly enough some overly attached boyfriends do count though, they are labeled as stalkers. Which I’m sure happens on both sides, but is something to think about.—-If you reread my comment you’ll notice that I certainly did not claim that women in general are more often the aggressors. As to your mortality argument, yes more women than men are killed in domestic violence each year and in many cases men do more physical damage(though the disparity is not as high as you might think at a 3:2 ratio). But all the same society does everything it can to protect physically and emotionally battered women, why aren’t men at least acknowledged as victims as well. Instead they are treated as a joke, after all a girl can’t hurt a big strong man right?—-Not remotely worthy of a response—- Ah a rational answer. this would be slightly understandable, if it was a new scenario and not quite so universal. But this type of advertising perpetuates the stereotype that only women are victims and causes serious problems in the public and legal sectors for men. Around 50% of domestic violence cases are mutual brawling, and 24% or so are started by women (Straus, M. A., Gelles, R. J. and Smith Ch., ed. (1995). Physical Violence in American Families.) Yet in most of these cases the man is immediately treated as the aggressor, and some legal systems require him to be arrested, even if he is the one who tried to report the crime. He is treated as a laughing stock by colleagues and the justice system at best, and a wife beater at worst. In most if not all first world countries, which many of these ads are targeted towards, it is widely known that wife beating is a problem and something to be avoided, thus a PSA serves little purpose. Yet including men as victims would help confront gender biases and change public perception in a positive way.