Advocates are railing against Brown after Rihanna has returned to him, while cautiously chiding the victim for her failure to take the needed steps, both for women at large, and to preserve her own well-being.
If Brown is to make changes, it may help him to see the public fallout of his behaviour. Unlike many other mollycoddled stars, he may be realizing that actions come with consequences.
At the risk of blaming the victim, I have to voice a bit of collective anger about Rihanna's decision to go back to Chris Brown.
Pop singer Mya has released a portion of her...
The Chorus is angry that Rihanna would go back to Chris, but studies show domestic violence victims find it difficult to leave their abusers. Just look at how many of us stayed in America during the Bush years.
How come the majority of people vocal about violence against Rihanna have been white women? How come black women as have not come together as a collective to say enough is enough?
What is a hapless pop star supposed to do with his Saturday nights once his dating privileges have been suspended? I'd suggest sitting quietly and meditating on the wrongness of his actions.
This is supposed to be one of those golden "teachable" moments for parents, when you sit them down and say, if a boy ever hits you, run like hell and tell someone.
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Like the abuser of Rihanna, there must be accountability for public as well as private crimes.
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This is hardly the first time a victim's identity has been revealed and her actions questioned by the media, and unfortunately, I doubt it will be the last.
If Brown's anything like the 40% to 70% of batterers who were themselves beaten as children or witnessed physical violence as discipline, he probably doesn't 'get' that he did something wrong.