あらゆる性別を包括するドメスティック・バイオレンス政策への課題 Policies for the prevention of domestic violence against victims of all genders and sexualities in Japan
Domestic violence typically tends to be regarded as a crime against women. Menand LGBTs (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people) who suffer violence fromtheir partners have been left out from the domestic violence prevention policy. A recent investigative survey found that some male and LGBT victims asked the DV Center for help. However, a major institutional problem is that the DV victim center was originally set up on a former existing women's support center. The definition of a sex crime is also a problem. Rape is defined as a behavior in which a man rapes a woman. The fact that there is little understanding among support staff is a major problem as well.
ジェンダー&セクシュアリティ (5), 95-109, 2010