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#20 - weenieandthebutt (08/29/2013) [-]
I can understand the biological implications on how women are usually weaker than men, I can understand how there are laws out there to protect women, especially in cases of domestic violence or abusive relationships but if you do something wrong, you have to be willing to accept the consequences.   
   
By wrong, I mean needlessly hitting the guy in the first place or tapping into his insecurities, touching his nerves etc. The sad thing is that a lot of women out there are aware of that 'privilege' that they have  I usually hate to play the privilege card  so they end up abusing that sort of power. My sister for instance was able to elbow me in the back hard if she was trying to push me off the TV and ridicule me to the point where I became deeply angry, upset or even lose confidence. She was allowed to get away with it, she had that sort of leverage and even when my mum witnessed it, she did 						****					 all about it. During times when I did lose my temper and punch her, I was the one who'd be punished and the emphasis was always placed on me being angry or upset, never my sister being an annoying bitch.    
   
A man not being able to hit women, because they're weaker is like saying a muscular man is not allowed to hit a wimpy guy if he threatened him or annoyed him deeply in some way. Every action has a consequence, learn to have responsibilities. Just as how I wouldn't mess with anyone bigger than me, a woman should do the same if she doesn't wanna be hit by a guy. They seriously need to know their place if they want protection  that came out rather misogynistic but you know what I'm trying to say, right?
I can understand the biological implications on how women are usually weaker than men, I can understand how there are laws out there to protect women, especially in cases of domestic violence or abusive relationships but if you do something wrong, you have to be willing to accept the consequences.

By wrong, I mean needlessly hitting the guy in the first place or tapping into his insecurities, touching his nerves etc. The sad thing is that a lot of women out there are aware of that 'privilege' that they have I usually hate to play the privilege card so they end up abusing that sort of power. My sister for instance was able to elbow me in the back hard if she was trying to push me off the TV and ridicule me to the point where I became deeply angry, upset or even lose confidence. She was allowed to get away with it, she had that sort of leverage and even when my mum witnessed it, she did **** all about it. During times when I did lose my temper and punch her, I was the one who'd be punished and the emphasis was always placed on me being angry or upset, never my sister being an annoying bitch.

A man not being able to hit women, because they're weaker is like saying a muscular man is not allowed to hit a wimpy guy if he threatened him or annoyed him deeply in some way. Every action has a consequence, learn to have responsibilities. Just as how I wouldn't mess with anyone bigger than me, a woman should do the same if she doesn't wanna be hit by a guy. They seriously need to know their place if they want protection that came out rather misogynistic but you know what I'm trying to say, right?
User avatar #141 to #20 - bakkenbears (08/30/2013) [-]
well said
#134 to #20 - thesinful ONLINE (08/30/2013) [-]
I remember in school getting suspended for punching a girl after she kicked me in the balls. I've heard arguments that "if a girl hits you or kicks you in the balls or whatever you should take it like a man." **** that. As I told a (female) coworker, "If you were to hit me, I'd punch you right back. You're a grown woman; you should understand that actions have consequences."

Simply put: Hit someone, expect to get hit back.
#347 to #134 - elgoog (08/30/2013) [-]
You, I like you
User avatar #102 to #20 - monswine (08/29/2013) [-]
Oh buddy, I feel your pain/rage but I had the identical experience with my little brother. he's 3 years younger than me which was a big deal when I was 5 but by the time I was 16 the special treatment was a pain in the ass and it went to his head big time. Sometimes parents just are oblivious to that **** and it's not always a gender issue.
#118 to #102 - weenieandthebutt (08/29/2013) [-]
With my case, my sister was older, not younger so she should've been god damn more 						******					 about it if it's anything. It was a gender issue because my mum would always use the "you should never lay your hands on a female" card and that 						****					 really restricts me. If I can't hit her, the next best thing would be to break or damage or things or get revenge through other non-violent but harsh means. I'm really sorry about your experience.
With my case, my sister was older, not younger so she should've been god damn more ****** about it if it's anything. It was a gender issue because my mum would always use the "you should never lay your hands on a female" card and that **** really restricts me. If I can't hit her, the next best thing would be to break or damage or things or get revenge through other non-violent but harsh means. I'm really sorry about your experience.
#100 to #20 - blanketandpillow (08/29/2013) [-]
You should never hit anyone because of what they say to you, no matter how much they hurt your feelings.
#111 to #100 - weenieandthebutt (08/29/2013) [-]
I'm going to keep calling you a "						****					", a "						******					", a "retard", make derogatory remarks about how much of a loser you are, probably make prejudice remarks of some sort and  laugh at all your misfortunes. Let's see how you'd react then. Words hurt you know and often have a lot of impact to them. I bet you're one of those hypocritical fags who'd refute hitting someone based on words yet you'd justify it if a black person slapped someone for calling them a "						******					".    
   
 Now I can find out that you've thumbed me down so I'll return the favour as well
I'm going to keep calling you a " **** ", a " ****** ", a "retard", make derogatory remarks about how much of a loser you are, probably make prejudice remarks of some sort and laugh at all your misfortunes. Let's see how you'd react then. Words hurt you know and often have a lot of impact to them. I bet you're one of those hypocritical fags who'd refute hitting someone based on words yet you'd justify it if a black person slapped someone for calling them a " ****** ".

Now I can find out that you've thumbed me down so I'll return the favour as well
#129 to #111 - blanketandpillow (08/30/2013) [-]
I really wouldn't. Violence is wrong. Keep calling me a fag, **** , or a retard and I'll return the favor and call you one as well. If I was black and they called me a ****** , I would just call them a cracker back. Yes, I would be pissed, but I wouldn't punch them, or I would at least regret hitting them.
User avatar #452 to #129 - admiralen ONLINE (08/30/2013) [-]
i dont think you understand what going for insecurities and such means dude, when youre at your weakest, someone pokes at the most sensitive subject just to spite you, its burning you inside and you need to shut them up somehow cause they are HURTING you, maybe not hitting you, but it hurts, it hurts A LOT
User avatar #41 to #20 - derpwolf (08/29/2013) [-]
Misogyny would imply you hate women. This looks more like logic to me.
#115 to #41 - weenieandthebutt (08/29/2013) [-]
That glorious feel when a female agrees with me on a feminist issue.
That glorious feel when a female agrees with me on a feminist issue.
#117 to #115 - derpwolf (08/29/2013) [-]
That's because misogyny is a clearly defined term as hatred for women. Equality would mean that it would be the same for everyone. What mostly characterizes the over-hyped "feminist" movement is a bunch of sodding misandrists, which is also not okay.
#126 to #117 - weenieandthebutt (08/29/2013) [-]
I believe in the "we're different, but equal" concept when it comes to gender differences. Different in the sense that each gender is uniquely characterised by our biology and cognition differ via evolutionary means and equal in the sense that we have the same rights, opportunities as each other on hierarchical grounds. The problem I have with pseudo-feminism and radical feminism is that they brag on about advocating equality yet, they solely place the emphasis on men for all the problematic issues. It just spews out blatant misandrism where they try to sugarcoat it as much as possible by playing the victim card. On the whole hitting someone thing, I think we can agree on that it's just wrong to hit someone regardless of gender, fullstop. I think men who usually abuse their wives or their girlfriends are absolute scum but if the girl was at fault or initially instigated it, it's hard to have sympathy for her.
I believe in the "we're different, but equal" concept when it comes to gender differences. Different in the sense that each gender is uniquely characterised by our biology and cognition differ via evolutionary means and equal in the sense that we have the same rights, opportunities as each other on hierarchical grounds. The problem I have with pseudo-feminism and radical feminism is that they brag on about advocating equality yet, they solely place the emphasis on men for all the problematic issues. It just spews out blatant misandrism where they try to sugarcoat it as much as possible by playing the victim card. On the whole hitting someone thing, I think we can agree on that it's just wrong to hit someone regardless of gender, fullstop. I think men who usually abuse their wives or their girlfriends are absolute scum but if the girl was at fault or initially instigated it, it's hard to have sympathy for her.
#213 to #126 - derpwolf (08/30/2013) [-]
You. I like you. You've got those skills to back up logically formed opinions and realities.
You. I like you. You've got those skills to back up logically formed opinions and realities.
User avatar #30 to #20 - flemsdfer (08/29/2013) [-]
I know what you mean
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