In a perfect world, neither man nor woman would feel the need to put their hands on one another. We would all be able to communicate effectively through our verbal speech and words.
When disagreement arises we'd walk away and realize exactly how much of our valuable time would have been wasted; if we stayed and allowed situations to escalate to a higher degree.
We as mankind live in a world, in which we sin.
We are in control of ourselves and how we handle the encounters we may face.
Why is it "we" laugh when a woman feels the need to put her hands on a man?
Why is it "we" sit back entertained by her vile behavior and scornful display?
Why is it "we" justify in our minds, that the reason she is hitting him is acceptable?
When a woman makes a scene with her inappropriate behavior, the reaction by onlookers is what can either fuel the event or distinguish it like a fire.
Unfortunately, in many circumstances no course of action is taken.
A woman putting her hands on a man is usually taken very lightly.
Why shouldn't it be?
After all, he's a man!
He's supposed to be powerful and strong.
He can take the blows of a woman? Can't he?
He should have enough self control to not defend himself,
because if he does only then will violence be wrong!
We will get involved.
We will attack him.
How dare he, not just stand back and deal with it!
Obscured thinking is what has allowed "us" to subconsciously become advocates in that violence against men is acceptable.
No one should hit any one!
One's gender is not the say in what is right or wrong.
A crime is a crime.
If he were to come forward with his story of abuse, his man hood would be in question.
He's crying about a woman putting her hands on him?
Well, he can't be so powerful and strong after all.
In fact, he's just a wimp!
Lets add to the shame he feels by de-masculinizing him before his very own eyes.
Lets give him reason to feel as if violence is acceptable because it comes from a woman.
Lets aid in this man not wanting to speak out and succumbing to the abuse.
The chain of events has rapidly begun to start,
When this man finally builds up enough courage to no longer take the abuse and leave,
this woman may go on and do the same to others.
She will not be stopped, because she lives in a society that blindly says her behavior is right!
Lets change this way of thinking.
Violence is violence.
It is wrong no matter one's gender.