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Do you think this is a real and serious issue? Do men really have to fear being assaulted by women or even raped by them?

I think it is a definite issue, as I could see it happening to me when I was younger. Back when I was very much introverted, and rarely socialized, pretty much anyone could walk all over me. Especially women.

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I rarely hear anything about men getting raped by women which is mostly uncommon. There are women that beat up on men though.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

I rarely hear anything about men getting raped by women which is mostly uncommon. There are women that beat up on men though.


Pity me because I'm a man?
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Phersu wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

I rarely hear anything about men getting raped by women which is mostly uncommon. There are women that beat up on men though.


Pity me because I'm a man?



No.
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I just want Senpai to notice me...
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It Really depends on the man, if that man gets walked all over on then there is no self confidence, so that could be an issue I guess. Like the Selected woman could do things to that man with no self confidence, but I think that a man could stop the abuse, but then it goes to how far he would stop it. So it could turn into abuse on abuse. ( hope this makes since, I am not really good with deep talks)
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I just want Senpai to notice me...


Oh. Okay then.
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doesn't seem like much of an issue to tell you the truth most guys wouldn't even think of it as rape we'd think of it as "gettin lucky"
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Of course it is an issue. Women can in fact rape men too though it is more uncommon and gets reported even less. A guy has options to stop rape or abuse but I personally see those options as being a lot more limited than the ones a woman would have against a man. If a man is being abused by a woman but fights back too much the woman has an easier time turning the entire thing around on him since it is much more believable. That is if the guy even decides to fight back at all. I'd push a girl but I could never bring myself to really do more than that.
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It does happen, it's just you're less likely to hear about it because it's emasculating in some weird sense.
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I don't care who is doing it or how strong I am. Punches hurt, especially when it is repeated on the same spot. It's hard to make the decision to retaliate because you never know if the person will turn around and place the blame on you. My solution has always been to act as if it wasn't hurting in the least and so far that has worked. If someone were to use a weapon though I will ALWAYS put up an aggressive defense going for take-down, disarm, or to incapacitate.

No one should be afraid to defend themselves but these things happen. With that being said I haven't really done anything to provoke anyone to attack anyway so when it does happen (very rarely) it's largely because someone is in a particularly bad mood but they give up easily.

What happens though to someone who looks the part as someone that can easily be bullied? Would people give up as easily? I'm curious as to how often these situations occur and what are the outcomes.
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Girl on girl, definitely.

I was watching Bad Girls Club Season 12 the other day and this gal, Redd, was obviously sexually harassing this petite gal, Jada, on national tv. Jada already set her boundaries, telling Redd not to lay on her bed and disturb her on her sleep. But, this plus size won't even budge, even had the audacity to slam her fist on the wall to emphasize that she "really wants to sleep together with this girl."

Why was I actually watching this show? Well, it's my Whatever Sunday, Anything Could Happen Day. Next thing you know I'm buying gyro greek as delivery.


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It does happen, it's just you're less likely to hear about it because it's emasculating in some weird sense.

How is it weird if a man feels emasculated? Ok, tell me how you feel when a woman walks in with a bigger chest than you. It would be the same if nobody wore pants, and this guy came in with a huge, full-on, erect dong.
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bathroom64 wrote:


Xie_Lang wrote:
It does happen, it's just you're less likely to hear about it because it's emasculating in some weird sense.

How is it weird if a man feels emasculated? Ok, tell me how you feel when a woman walks in with a bigger chest than you. It would be the same if nobody wore pants, and this guy came in with a huge, full-on, erect dong.


I'd feel a little jealous, but also fascinated and resist wanting to touch them....in both instances.
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It's actually more common than most people may think, it just doesn't get reported as often due to the male stigma of "Don't be a wuss" or that you may suffer even more abuse from other men because you were not "strong" enough to subdue a woman. I actually remember watching something on TV (TLC, History, or some channel like that) talking about men that were in abusive relationships or were actually raped by women. I know the usual thought is "It's not rape he wanted it anyway" that same argument can be applied to a woman, but generally men will not report it because of what we men have to go through in the eyes of the public or our peers.
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