Breaking Down the Myths: Coercive Control and Its Disproportionate Impact on Women

Sacha | Thoughts
6 min readFeb 26, 2023
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Coercive control refers to a pattern of behaviour used by an individual to maintain power and control over another person in an intimate or family relationship. This can involve a wide range of tactics, such as isolation from friends and family, monitoring of activities, control of finances, intimidation, threats, and physical or sexual violence.

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Sacha | Thoughts

Sociologist and writer focused on analysing societal power dynamics and promoting positive social change