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posted for readers on 12/04/2012
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Lesbians in domestic violence.
There are very interesting things that goes on. Love is in the air most time to most of the ladies, There are those who desperately are in such for life long partners.
My story however is about abusive relationships. I have seen many of us is one kind of abusive relationship or the other. Some we might consider less lethal than others
The worst abusive relationship I have seen in a long time is where I witnessed a woman with 2 lovers they were both present in town at the same time. The one who was left out of the show decided to pour her vengence. she broke all windows and sent very ugly messages threatening to burn the house. I strongly felt that as much as we may be talking about domestic violence we need to know that humans are humans there is abuse even in woman to woman relationships. when the lady went to report the breakage and threats to the police she was asked if they were fighting over a man friend. Yes at that point one doesn't even know how to explain the case. Let's end type of violence.
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