If England get beaten, so will she 29 June 2018 If England get beaten, so will she Period poverty, on a page Campaigning against weapons in a country with strict gun control Posted by Reuben Turner on 29 June 2018 in Abuse, Gender issues, Sport, Violence, Women's Issues 2 Comments “Reports of domestic violence increase 26% when England plays and 38% when England loses.” Enough said. New from the UK’s National Centre for Domestic abuse and ad agency JWT. More here. Tags:domestic abuse, Domestic Violence, Football, GBV, World Cup Share this article: 1 About Reuben Turner I’m creative partner of the UK’s GOOD Agency. We build belief in brands, businesses and causes, because people do more with brands they believe in. Read more. Related Articles Anti-stalking advocate speaks from #OutsideOfTheShadows What emotional abuse feels like Marks of violence transformed into billboards Make love, not war at #EURO2016 2 Comments Judy 3 months ago Reply This isn’t true. Football does not cause domestic abuse. Abusers are already abusers. Yes incidents may rise after a match but they rise after many things Christmas, New Year, Bank holidays, birthdays the weekend etc etc. Continuing to promote this myth is very unhelpful. Liesbeth 3 months ago Reply It doesn’t say it causes domestic abuse, it says it increases it. Indeed, any excuse to beat up a spouse and/or kids suffices. And probably more alcohol intake as well. Leave a reply Click here to cancel the reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.