Why Do Women Get Away With Murdering Their Children Due to “Post-Pardom Depression _?

Question by Integration 20: Why do women get away with murdering their children due to “post-pardom depression _?
But, men get 15 years, not for murder but, for assault after being diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

I’m not justifying the assault. I’m just wondering why the double standard. Surely assault should receive a lighter sentence than murder, and women get away with murder because she was “depressed”.




From the article: “Melissa Murray, a UC Berkeley professor of family and criminal law, said she found 18 cases in which women charged with murdering their children asserted a defense of temporary insanity because of postpartum psychosis. ABOUT HALF THE WOMEN WERE ACQUITTED and committed to mental institutions for treatment, she said.”

Best answer:

Answer by Ominous Wasteland Signal
Because we live in a society that revolves around women.

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