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I usually listen to different public debates that romantic relationships are the root of gender violence. But when I checked the scientific evidence, there is clear evidence that depends on the people that you choose to be involved, if they are violent the relationship will be violent independently if the relationship is a sporadic or long term relationship. And the people that you consider attractive depend on the type of socialization process experienced as it explained in the following article: Gender Violence Among Teenagers: Socialization and Prevention published in the most important international scientific journal on Violence Against Women.