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Lundy Bancroft, world-renowned authority on domestic violence, takes us inside the minds of angry and controlling men

Gwendolyn Smith, on the 4th National Transgender Day of Remembrance and the recent Bay Area murder of trans teen Gwen Araujo

" He thinks he deserves special status in the relationship for no clear reason. To some extent, it's because he's male. "
- Lundy Bancroft

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00:00 Introduction and commentary, including:
• Patriarchy, men and boys
• Nov. 20th: Day of Remembrance
• Nov. 4th: Dark of the Moon
09:02 Question of the Week
" What is the best way to start a group. I live in a town where there is no transsexual group and would like to see if I can start one. "
(from: Dee)
16:42 Hal Fuller's Twisted Nasty News
24:33 The Twisted Nasty News continues
28:28 Contrary to what many people think, most men who perpetrate violence against their families do NOT do so because of violence done to them as children. Lundy Bancroft, world-renowned authority on domestic violence, reveals some unexpected truths about the inner workings of the minds of men who abuse.

Lundy has spent the last 15 years of his career specializing in domestic abuse and the behavior of abusive men. He is the author of two books: the newly released "Why Does He Do That: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men" and "The Batterer as Parent." He has also written articles for professional medical and psychological journals. He is the former co-director of Emerge, the nation's first program for abusive men.

For more information:
• Learn more about the book "Why Does He Do That"
• Learn more about Emerge counseling and education to stop domestic violence at
71:40 Special Message
72:51 Boston area (and national) announcements
Violence against transpeople of all description far exceeds the norm, in both frequency and ferocity. Trans activists are doing their best to call attention to this unfortunate situation. Gwendolyn Smith, founder of the Remembering Our Dead website and the National Transgender Day of Remembrance, talks with us about the upcoming DOR events and the recent Bay Area murder of trans teen Gwen Araujo.
For more information:
• Learn more about the Transgender Day of Remembrance at
Eddie Araujo Jr. Memorial Fund:
  San Benito Bank
  300 Tres Pinos Road
  Hollister, CA 95023-5578
  Act. # 631-001-301-508
89:47 End
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