A new campaign is using the "hero" archetype of Disney princes to spread awareness about domestic violence against males.
Artist Saint Hoax's latest project, "Prince Charmless," depicts some of Disney's most iconic leading men with battered and bloodied faces to remind viewers that men, too, can suffer from violence from intimate partners, and shouldn't feel ashamed to speak out against the abuse.
He told HuffPost he decided to start "Prince Charmless" because feedback from "Happy Never After" questioned why the project neglected to show male victims.
While Saint Hoax is focusing on the importance of empowering men to seek help, it's worth noting that ongoing domestic abuse impacts women at far higher rates than men.

Department of Justice, 7.7 percent of men reported being raped, physically assaulted or stalked by their female partner.
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence reported that 85 percent of all victims of domestic abuse are women, and that one in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. While that rate is far lower than that of partner violence against women, advocates say men may be less likely to report abuse for fear of how others will react, according to RAINN.
The organization also found that female perpetrators of lethal violence against male intimate partners are seven to 10 times more likely to act in self-defense than male perpetrators.

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