Studies Show Lesbians Much More Likely to Beat, Sexually Abuse Their Wives Than Heterosexual Men

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By: Taylor Larson MSN, RN. Larson is a public health nurse specializing in epidemiology with an emphasis in infectious and communicable diseases.

  • Women are 2 times or more likely to be physically assaulted, beaten, or abused by a lesbian domestic partner than by a heterosexual male partner.
  • Women are about 10 times more likely to be sexually abused or raped by a lesbian domestic partner than by a heterosexual male partner.
  • Research exposing the epidemic of lesbian rape, sex abuse, and physical abuse of intimate partners has been ignored by the mainstream media and buried in academia due to political correctness.
  • Domestic abuse and sexual assault campaigns almost always involve imagery of a male perpetrator and a female victim. Very few campaigns focus on same-sex partnerships, which are statistically more violent than heterosexual relationships.
  • Women are statistically much safer, both physically and sexually, marrying or cohabiting with a heterosexual male rather than with a lesbian partner.
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NYC 2017 Pride. LGBTQ members marched against Donald Trump but ignored real problems in their community.

Research showing lifestyle dysfunctionality, health risks, and drug abuse in the LGBTQ community has been ignored by the mainstream media and suppressed by progressives and advocates of political correctness. From a nearly 50% suicide attempt rate among transsexuals to a 17X higher rate of anal cancer among homosexual men to studies about domestic physical and sexual abuse in lesbian relationships at epidemic levels, one has to wonder what the LGBTQ community is so “proud” of.

Forget the facts, though. The mainstream media wants you to believe Donald Trump- not cancer, suicide, or violence- is the greatest threat to homosexuals.

According to an article published by TIME, “Nearly two-thirds of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people say they feel less safe since President Donald Trump took office because of their sexuality or gender identity, according to a SurveyMonkey poll shared exclusively with TIME.”

That’s correct. TIME used an unscientific SurveyMonkey poll to assert that Donald Trump violated the safe space of the LGBT community.  And this, above anything else, is the worst and most dangerous thing that has ever happened to gay people.

Facts, however, argue that Donald Trump is not the biggest threat to homosexuals. Homosexuals are the biggest threat to homosexuals.

In the case of domestic partner abuse, also known as ‘intimate partner abuse’ in this article, homosexual women are two times or more likely to beat their wives/partners than heterosexual men. 

This may sound unbelievable since men are constantly demonized in the mainstream media as perpetrators of abuse against women. Meanwhile, the phenonenon of lesbian intimate partner violence (IPV) is barely mentioned. 

Here are the facts:

According to a 2011 study produced in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, domestic physical abuse among lesbian cohabiting couples is 35.4%, almost two times the rate of abuse found among heterosexual couples. Other studies place the prevalence of domestic violence among lesbian couples even higher than that. A 2010 study by the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control found that the rate of intimate partner violence (IPV) among lesbians is a stunning 40.4%. Another study in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology found that the rate of lesbian IPV is 47.5%. This means that nearly half of all women in lesbian domestic lifestyles have been abused by their partners.

Further statistics have also shed light on the understudied epidemic of sexual intimate partner violence (IPV) among women in same-sex partnerships. One study produced by the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault found that 33% of women have been sexually assaulted by another woman. This statistic prompted leftist publications Slate and Marie Claire to pen articles about the reality of lesbian rape and sexual abuse. Two more studies, one published in the Journal of Lesbian Studies (2008) and another in Violence and Victims (1997), suggest that rates of lesbian sexual abuse in domestic partnerships could be upwards of 55% and 42%, respectively.  This translates to about 1 in 2 women who have been victims of sex abuse in a lesbian relationship.

Comparatively, sexual abuse among heterosexual domestic relationships is estimated to be 4.4% according to the National Institutes of Health. Some epidemiologists may argue that high abuse prevalence among homosexual women includes “lifetime risk”, which incorporates abuse faced in childhood.  Yet, when these variables are taken into consideration, we still see alarmingly high rates of lesbian IPV. Quite literally, lesbian relationships are dangerous to women and nobody is saying a word about it.

You likely won’t find any mainstream media discussion about the astronomical rates of sexual abuse, rape, and physical abuse perpetrated by lesbians. You will, however, find a plethora of propaganda demonizing heterosexual men. Don’t expect this trend to change anytime soon.