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"My husband is a drunk, as soon as he hears that I have bread or some cash, he often comes here and simply takes away everything I have," Khachaturian told The Daily Beast in an interview last week With all their love for Kim Kardashian, a majority of Armenian men would not accept their own turning into selfie queens and showing their most intimate curves to the world"My husband would not want me to take such selfie," a local reporter, Sara Khojoyan, told The Daily Beast.
Abusive husbands and in-laws turn young women into house servants, force them to do all the dirty work, and often forbid them to go outside without permission.The first shelter opened by the WRCA for wives escaping their abusive husbands never stayed empty.Activists struggling to change social opinion united efforts: seven human rights groups founded The Coalition to Stop Violence against Women."Our goal is to empower Armenian women, teach them their rights."We are very close to passing it, maybe even this year," parliament member Alexander Arzumanian told The Daily Beast.If Armenia adopts the law this year, it would be ahead of Russia, where one out of four families experience domestic violence, and about 14,000 women die from torture at the hands of their husbands or other family members every year.