a reply to: Antipathy17
I often wonder how other women feel about things like this. Personally, I feel that if a woman decides hit a man, she shouldn't play the victim if he
hits her back.
There is a video out there of a woman repeatedly hitting her partner in his face, in a parking lot. It goes on for a while, too...she hits him over
and over again. And you can see him trying to just walk away.
At one point, he actually grabs her shoulders and sets her back from him a couple of steps and he's talking to her. Then, he kisses her on the
forehead...despite the fact that she had been viciously hitting him. And he tries to step away from her.
She goes after him, hits him several times...at one point she actually rocks his head back with a blow. Finally, he snaps and punches her once, knocks
her down. TKO.
I was cheering him on when I saw that...because she deserved it. If that had been another woman she was beating like that, she'd have gotten her ass
stomped. But because it was her man, she thought she could abuse him with impunity.
If that video hadn't existed, she could have pressed charges against him for assault, and her story would be believed, because she was this small
woman and he was a much larger guy...who would think she could possibly hurt him so badly that he had to act in self defense? Not too many people
would readily believe that.
As a woman, that seriously pisses me off. It is unfair and despicable to mistreat a man and then get away with it simply because they have a vagina.
If that woman hit him, he had every reason to hit her back. Period. That's self defense. And if she had one shred of decency, she would admit that.
What's the ultimate message here? If you're a male and a female assaults you, your job is to stand there and take it, because it's not nice to hit
Instances of females abusing males are a lot more common than one might think...but you rarely hear about it because it's not often reported. And most
of the time, it's not reported because the true victims don't think they'd be believed...or worse, they'd look weak pressing assault charges on a
woman half their size. That is seriously screwed up, and I have never agreed with that mentality.