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“Domestic violence reaches gay relationships too” from Chicago Tribune, 10/25/2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

The article reports, “Eddie Mendez used to think of domestic abuse in its most common form: a man battering a woman. But last year, he was convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence against his male partner and ordered, as part of his probation, to enroll in a program at Chicago’s Center for Domestic Peace. The center, which has been offering group counseling services to abusive heterosexual men since 1997, only last year began offering similar services to gay and bisexual men who batter their partners.”

Read the full article at:
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2010-10-25/news/ct-met-trice-gayviolence-1025-20101025_1_domestic-violence-anti-violence-programs-gay-relationships