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Well, it's good to see all of this sympathy for the legions of men getting their ass whopped by their women. For so long they've been told they "provoked" it, they should have shut their mouths, just don't make her mad. Living in fear. Men's right activists would be so proud. 

No one should be hitting anyone and everyone has the right to defend themselves; I just find it interesting women are more inclined to blame women for being abused (ie: "Did you provoke him", "Did you get in his face", "well you chose to be with him"), and men are more inclined to blame women for being abused. Either way, it's the girl's fault....maybe that's why they usually don't tell anyone about it....

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Bunz I understand your stance. You've been stabbed? *passes you an e hug*

You said you walked away though. Would you walk away now?
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Omc, abuse and an argument are 2 different thungs in my op.

If my son came home and told me a girl punched him I'd be down in school the next day.

No the player should not have laid her out thats abusive. But I do know a few guys that have had to grab a girl by the shoulders.

What do you tell your son to do if his woman won't stop coming at him?

And nothing wrong with everyone keeping hands to themselves
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Originally posted by OhMyCurlz OhMyCurlz wrote:

Well, it's good to see all of this sympathy for the legions of men getting their ass whopped by their women. For so long they've been told they "provoked" it, they should have shut their mouths, just don't make her mad. Living in fear. Men's right activists would be so proud. 

No one should be hitting anyone and everyone has the right to defend themselves; I just find it interesting women are more inclined to blame women for being abused (ie: "Did you provoke him", "Did you get in his face", "well you chose to be with him"), and men are more inclined to blame women for being abused. Either way, it's the girl's fault....maybe that's why they usually don't tell anyone about it....



Hmmm.... yeah Confused

Self-defense is an entire thing altogether when some crazy chick as lunging at you with a saw
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Originally posted by HaitianDiva64 HaitianDiva64 wrote:

Omc, abuse and an argument are 2 different thungs in my op.

If my son came home and told me a girl punched him I'd be down in school the next day.

No the player should not have laid her out thats abusive. But I do know a few guys that have had to grab a girl by the shoulders.

What do you tell your son to do if his woman won't stop coming at him?

And nothing wrong with everyone keeping hands to themselves


He needs to remove himself from the situation permanently. What, is he going to pop her back Everytime she starts in??

I would tell my little girl the same thing. He hits you once, you're gone for good.

My bf's husband smacked her and she hit him over the head with a picture frame. The glass broke and cut his face. She got the felony charge. One could argue she was defending herself.

But when you're in a volatile, fighting back & forth relationship, just leave. Discontinue the cycle.

This isn't the same situation as someone who is mentally/physically being abused and is scared for their life to leave. It is two different situations.

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Originally posted by Gkisses Gkisses wrote:

Bunz were u stabbed twice by the same chick....i would've fuc'd a bish up tbh
no, i was stabbed by 2 different chicks several years apart

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Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

Originally posted by Random 
Thoughts Random Thoughts wrote:

Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

Originally posted by femmemichelle femmemichelle wrote:

I've changed my mind. Men have the right to defend themselves. If you don't want to get hit then don't hit.
 
The majority of the time I dont think men take it in the same way as women do.
Its wrong but its just not the same.
 
Ok stabbing all the other high end stuff sure...
 
Most of time its just a push or a punch as a result from a highly emotionally situation.
 
 


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Kinda but not in the face though.
I'm as sweet as pie nowEmbarrassed


Nah ima say what women say about cheaters. Once a cheater always a cheater. Once violent, always violent.

Let him tell you the Lakers ain't sh*t too many times. Let him say Wade is better than Kobe.


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"jodie deserved it"
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If my son was assaulted by a girl I would tell him to defend himself. 

If my son assaulted a girl for "talking sheit", then that's a problem. If my son stayed with a woman that was abusive that would be a problem. 

I just don't like that when it's a woman, people have a knee jerk reaction to discredit the abuse. Women are not given the benefit of the doubt. Even in that rape case with Jada, she was never given the benefit of the doubt. The man will be dismissive of it or act like the woman is "crazy", "provoked him", or is "exaggerating". It's always one of the three. It's not helpful for women to be just as dismissive off of their personal experiences where they "seen a girl slap their bf". 
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I've never actually seen this movie but I don't have a problem with this right here ^^. It's called restraining. Now I don't know about whatever it is he's doing next...

PS: Well, I do have one problem with it. I hate Tyrese with a passion.


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