Men do have control over how they behave sexually, and the excuse that they can't control their urges is not valid, especially when it comes to high-risk situations that could lead to sexual assault or rape of a woman or a girl, a male advocacy training group learned in Nuku'alofa.
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Results for Male Advocacy Training Tonga
Thursday 31 August 2017
Thursday 24 August 2017
Violence, intimidation, control and isolation are being used against women in Tonga by some husbands who are seeking to gain "coercive control". Examples of some of the coercive control situations and real cases in Tonga included a man beating up his wife causing injuries to prevent her from going to an event, locking her up in a room when he leaves the house, calling her "ugly and stupid" or threatening her via text messaging.