"By all means, let's make rules that discourage violence against everyone - childredn, the elderly, women, men, pets, gingers, neckbeards," pretty clearly trivializes the specific problem of violence against women, and implies that the same laws that handle the (nonexistent) problem of violence against "neckbeards" are somehow sufficient to deal with the pervasive problem of violence against women.
It's not very productive to read what you want to read instead of what was actually posted.
I'm all for making laws that deal with specific situations in which violence (against X, Y, or Z) crop up, and I said so.
I don't see where, unless you mean "Violence typically occurs where society needs new rules and new norms." If by that you meant "I believe that specific laws are needed to deal with violence against women" you chose a pretty unclear way of expressing that idea (especially in the context of your last sentence...)