actually do something about it (self defense, etc.)?
As an amateur boxer, I usually try to avoid out-of-the-ring senseless fights with anyone (man or woman) because my body is kind of a weapon now that it's trained. I don't like to fight women. Hell I don't even like to fight smaller men but there's always that someone in those disadvantaged groups that leave you no other choice but to defend yourself with physical violence. I've once read a question posted by a female GAG user about when it's justifiable for a man to hit a woman and judging by her comments that she left on some of the opinions, she seems to have a huge sense of entitlement of how women can treat men. Don't get me wrong, I don't condone very low, immature and senseless violence towards women but just because an aggressor is a woman, that doesn't mean she gets a free pass to physically harm and harass men without any consequences for it.
It's funny how whenever such a question or topic like this is brought up on GAG, I see some male GAG users and a LOT of female GAG users who's answers are "He's should be a man and just walk away". Well, that's what the guy in this video below tried to do but the annoying bitch just kept on following him and pushing his buttons, which caused him to snap and give her one hard smack to the face.
Again, I'm the type of guy who doesn't condone violence against women nor ever want to fight any random person, even if they want to fight me but I still have as much of a human right for self defense (although I would never hit children, pregnant women, elderly and disabled people) as women or anyone else does and it kinda pisses me off how a lot of women have this sense of entitlement that affects my basic human rights and other men who agree with them expect me to go along with their bullshit just because they (the men) most likely were never put into these situations. Rant over.
- He should take it like a man and walk away.Vote A
- He has the right to defend himself.Vote B
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In all honesty as much as I wanna say he should have walked away, she deserved it. I don't condone violence or abuse on women but she hit him first. Gender shouldn't even be an issue, if she got another women, the other female would have every right to hit back. But because it's a man rules majestically change. Doesn't seem fair.
If he hit her first, then I'd understand otherwise.0