posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:10 PM
First, let me say that I would never hit a woman and I would steer clear of having relationships with women who were violent.
Having said that, sometimes it seems to me that some women will haul off and hit a guy while hiding behind their gender for protection. The thing is,
if I were to go up to someone and punch them, I would be expecting to be hit back. Why is this different when it's a woman hitting a guy? If a woman
wants to assault a man, she'd have to be crazy not to assume that "Hey, he might hit me back if I do this." As I said, I wouldn't hit a woman for
any reason, but if she's going to assault someone be it either a man or another woman, she should be expecting the possibility of being hit back. I
don't agree with it, but I understand assuming the man doesn't beat the crap out of her.
Now, if a man strikes the first blow on a woman, that is different and not acceptable under any circumstances to me. Unfortunately, I saw this as a
child and it's not a pretty sight. To this day, I have personally not come across any situation that would call for me to hit a woman and never
With regards to the OP, I would have been more inclined to pull the car over and make her get out or something to that effect, but I understand given
the circumstances of driving at high speeds and on the verge of losing control of the car because of what she was doing. She was not only endangering
the lives of the people in that car, but also the lives of others on the road as well. That's a possible life or death situation at that point, but I
would definitely be more selective with who I chose to get into relationships with in the future.