What can we do to end domestic violence?

Well….we can refuse to take part in anything or anybody that is part of domestic violence or was part of domestic violence in the past.

We can not accept domestic violence in any way…and if the abuser is not doing anything to improve or help themselves, then they should not be accepted as a “good person” or as part of the job or profession they work as.

Domestic violence must not be accepted at all!!  If a person will not admit they6 did something wrong, and flaunts their actions or anti-gender viewpoints, or sexist ideas…they must not be accepted, and we as a society must say in one voice…It’s wrong and it must end!

The following article is an example of how we can do just this:


Irish band refuses to open for Chris Brown

Oct. 31, 2012, 6:05 PM EST


Irish hip-hop trio The Original Rudeboys have snubbed an offer to open for R&B star Chris Brown in the U.K. because of his 2009 assault conviction.

And now The Original Rudeboys have turned down the chance to support Brown at his upcoming show at the O2 Arena in their native Dublin on Dec. 3 because they fear the slot will make it seem they condone his bad behavior.


Bandmate Sean Walsh tells Irish TV station RTE, “Even though it’s a huge opportunity to play in the O2 with a major hip-hop star and a substantial fee was offered, we are completely against Chris Brown’s assault on Rihanna. … In addition, with our latest single “Blue Eyes” being about domestic violence, it goes against everything we are about as a band and supporting Chris Brown would send out the wrong message to our fans.”

Brown and Rihanna broke up three years ago after he infamously left her battered and bruised during an argument on the eve of the Grammy Awards. He was charged with assault, placed on probation, and ordered to stay away from his ex until his restraining order was lifted last yea