That the person who exercises the damage is the same person who must allow or prevent the remedy. It is, simplified, what happens in a good part of the cases of gender violence, in which the victims with sons or daughters must have the authorization of the aggressor parent so that the minors are treated psychologically. Already in 2018 the Government modified the law so that it is not required when there is a conviction or the procedure is open, but it is still required when the woman is a user of a specialized care service, but has not reported. Something that will change in approximately three months, when the law that reforms the Civil Code to prevent the judicial incapacitation of people with disabilities, and that Congress approved last week, go into effect.
“I’m going to give you where it hurts the most”: what is vicarious violence and how sexist aggressors use it to redouble the damage