Whoa, hold on Idren, you miss-read me.
What I am saying is if a man and woman are in a relationship and the woman says she is abused while the man says he does not abuse his wife, you cannot trust an abuser to claim it. You must not take it a face value, you must ask yourself why would this woman make up such a thing.
As for feminist, I am not one, however many woman were liberated by the feminist movement, so to curse them is unneccessary. I don't agree with many of their policies but I agree with the general idea that woman and man are equal, seen.
And at what point have I said something anti-rasta?
I am saying you cannot judge a book by it's cover. I am saying that many who claim Rasta still promote wickedness.
But most importantly we are not out there Idren, we are in here. I have not made mention to religions that promote violence toward women because this is not a forum for those things, nor is it the subject of the post. What I am saying is yes, some who claim Rasta beat their women. It happens most often when a Black man with locks takes a white woman as his wife. But my main point is that abuse is not only to beat a woman but also to degrade her or place her lower than or behind a man. It is also to womanize and to spread seeds to unrightious women while there is a wife waiting at home. If a man and his wife choose to include more women in their relationship, that's between them, but when a man makes this choice for her, it is abuse.