• Angela Joyce

Violence In The Home

In 1960 it was completely normal to drive a car across town while drinking a six pack. Without a seatbelt. In my home town.

Once upon a time, you could walk to your local pharmacy to pick up a prescription for METH or LSD to cure common ailments such as anxiety, depression, or itchy eyes.

Human sacrifice used to be a cultural norm. Not enough rain this harvest season? No problem. Kill a teenager.

Slavery wasn’t outlawed in the United States until 1863.

It used to be perfectly acceptable to hit a child when they were getting out of line.

If you spank a kid, they will have a stronger memory of being spanked than of what you are trying to teach them by spanking.

It starts at home.

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