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We think you'll find our orgasm erotica rather special.Further, women and men were about equally likely to admit being violent themselves. ’found that, in Australia, 14% of physical violence between dating partners during the previous 12 months was perpetrated by males only, 21% by females only and 64.9% was mutual violence (where both partners used violence against each other). Men and women also reported experiencing about the same levels of pain and need for medical attention resulting from domestic violence. found that a substantial minority of couples reported violence, with 82 couples (22%) reporting at least one act of violence in the last year (i.e., the year leading up to and including their wedding). Experiences of Separated Parents Study (Evaluation of the 2012 Family Violence Amendments). Overall, for the 5 states and territories surveyed (SA, NT, WA, ACT, NSW), males made up 28.3% of victims (almost one in three).The Anglicare WA found that between 18 per cent and over 50 per cent of victims of domestic and family violence were male, depending on the kinds of violent and abusive behaviours surveyed.