Squaring the Circle: Contact Denial as Coercive Control?

Since Theresa May’s announcement that men who shout at their wives could face up to 14 years in prison, the issue of coercive control has been in the media. ┬áLaunched by a plethora of largely meaningless headlines, the idea that coercive control is a new offence which tightens the net around nasty men, protecting feebleContinue reading “Squaring the Circle: Contact Denial as Coercive Control?”