The only job we're doing is talk about the problem and bring attention to it. No one here is looking to fix the problem tomorrow or next year or anytime soon but in order to find a solution, we have to actually look at the problem. That's not too difficult to understand... right?
Yes you cannot diagnose a problem until one understands it. I happen to think that blaming alcohol or ethnicity (as if this is monolithic) is simplistic.
The question is why do some men think that they have the right to behave like this and why do some women tolerate this until its too late? That is what we need to try to understand.
I hope that Guyana has moved beyond the 70s when men of all races felt that beating up their women was part of the culture.