"I'll beat up Blake when I'm drunk...If he says one thing I don't like then I'll chin him."--U.K. singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse, speaking about her relationship with her new husband I've noted on many occasions that research shows that domestic violence by women against men is a significant problem, and the "woman as victim/man as perp" model for domestic violence is a gross distortion. U.K. singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse (pictured) recently bragged openly about physically abusing her husband. Men who beat their wives are locked up, stigmatized, and vilified--and rightfully so. Yet here a high-profile woman admits--no, brags--that she beats her husband, and it's OK. No backlash or even recognition that this is wrong. Winehouse is set to perform at Lollapalooza in August and has a hit high on the charts. Somehow I find it hard to believe that a man who brags about getting drunk and beating his wife would be welcomed at Lollapalooza, or anywhere else. Winehouse: 'I attack Blake' UK News Yahoo, 6-12-07 Soul superstar Amy Winehouse turns "violent and abusive" after too much alcohol and often attacks new husband Blake Fielder-Civil. The Rehab singer admits she becomes aggressive after drinking alcohol and uses her husband as a "punch-bag" - but insists she is "not a fighter". She says, "I'm either a really good drunk or I'm an out-and-out s**t, horrible, violent, abusive, emotional drunk. "I'll beat up Blake when I'm drunk. I don't think I have ever bruised him, but I do have my way. If he says one thing I don't like then I'll chin him. "I'm not a fighter, but if I am backed against the wall I'll kick the s**t out of anyone. "I don't think your ability to fight has anything to do with how big you are. It's to do with how much anger is in you."