The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s 2010 National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey reported on the lifetime prevalence of rape, physical violence or stalking by an intimate partner, focusing for the first time on victimization by sexual orientation. In their study, there was a victimization prevalence of 43.8 percent for lesbians, which made it the second most affected group after bisexual women (61.1 percent), ahead of bisexual men (37.3 percent), heterosexual women (35 percent), heterosexual men (29 percent) and homosexual men (26 percent). 67.4% of lesbian women reported experiencing intimate partner violence only from female perpetrators.
And, because we had previously shown that nearly one million incidents of sexual victimization happen in our nation’s prisons and jails each year, we knew that no analysis of sexual victimization in the U.S. would be complete without a look at sexual abuse happening behind bars. We found that, contrary to assumptions, the biggest threat to women serving time does not come from male corrections staff. Instead, female victims are more than three times as likely to experience sexual abuse by other women inmates than by male staff.
Also surprisingly, women inmates are more likely to be abused by other inmates than are male inmates, disrupting the long held view that sexual violence in prison is mainly about men assaulting men. In juvenile corrections facilities, female staff are also a much more significant threat than male staff; more than nine in ten juveniles who reported staff sexual victimization were abused by a woman.
Lesbian relationships, women's prisons, etc., zero males involved, no less fuckery despite that. And those are just the examples I remember right now, which I can link to, and which aren't mine or somebody else's subjective experiences. Just because you think women are harmless and intristically good (and men the opposite), doesn't mean it's actually true.
Oh and by the way, from what we can tell about it, Minoan Crete was 1) the only actual matriarchal society in history (only women are shown in positions of power...), 2) just as warlike/brutal (... as well as wielding weapons of war...) and sexist (... while often surrounded by harems of naked males) as it's contemporaries.