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I saw an article about a burglar in Russia. He was caught and the woman subdued him and tied him up. She then proceeded to force feed him Viagra and rape him for days before it was found out. Also, from what I understand, Rohypnol and Viagra work at the same time and both can be powdered into a drink. There are many ways a woman can take advantage of a man. I have studied martial arts, technique can allow a physically weaker person to readily subdue a stronger and larger person if the bigger one doesn't know how to defend themselves from those methods. I have seen a fellow over 300 pounds get chucked over on the floor by a girl that was barely five foot and possibly around 120 pounds. She was trained for about six months, he had just started.

When in high school a girl dropped ice down the back of my pants. I retaliated by launching a cube that went down the front of her shirt. Her response was to attack me with her nails until I was bleeding. I was caught off guard because it was so sudden and vicious. I was told I deserved it since I put ice down her shirt. A single cube and I didn't even touch her after she had done similar to me. Violence against men is very acceptable in our society and more common than most realize. Even when reported it is often not recorded or it is downplayed. I have been sexually harassed at work in front of my boss and his boss. They thought it was funny. Basically my boss realized a female co-worker was staring at my butt. He called her out on it and she replied, "Well, it's a nice butt, makes ya wanna grab it!" She stares at me every time we work together. If I report it, I will be viewed very negatively by most of my co-workers and it will make my life more difficult than just enduring it. Male privilege doe exist, but it has a cost. You have to be "manly". Which means ignoring pain, not expressing most emotion, and always wanting any female attention. Doing otherwise makes people question your maleness.


I know that point of view in our society yet, it is nothing that can be done, when I was 17 a classmate randomly throw fruit pouch on my shirt and all I can do was to try to clean it, yet in the same class I got a Admonition just by drinking the last of my juice can.

There is a statistic on my country in Family Law which says that 40% of domestic violence is woman to men. Why this happen to hidden, Its a fact that society let women over do things that we see on men as unfair, or unacceptable. Letting little girl wear their Men-Popstar all way long on their young life, TV romantic novels on prime time (Latino America the most) that they have right to do what so called appropriate to them and inappropriate to us?

Correct me if Wrong but I don't see many boys wearing actress on their shirt than girls, it is a fact of confident that tend to be mal interpreted when grow up in Women to Men
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Yeah...you're right.
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LordDust wrote:


Which means ignoring pain, not expressing most emotion, and always wanting any female attention.


It's okay. Cause we're dead on the inside.
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I'm afraid you contradicted yourself in your original post Phersu. We have to differentiate between abuse/assault, physical assault, and rape.

Depending how you define abuse/assault of the mental or verbal variety, that's rampant. Happens all the time, depending how you define it, and how sensitive you want to be. At its most sensitive level, it's called they're a woman, and you're a man.

Physical assault, if you're not including the odd knee to the groin or slap to the face because you were a jackass, is pretty rare.

Rape even moreso. The only way it could happen is if you were drugged, or conditioned by years of blistering mental and verbal abuse, or they're an amazon and you're a twig. Because let's be honest, physics is a thing. If she's smaller than you, and you're beaten and/or raped... God, what can I say? Grow a pair.
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I'm sure it is an issue, but probably not as widespread as man on women violence. Someone here cited a statistic of woman on man violence being around 40%, which is pretty astounding.

For me, I guess what I worry about more is how society would perceive my response if I was ever put in that situation. My grandmother always said to quit treating a woman like a women when she quits acting like a woman. But I do know most society doesn't follow that view. So self defense is almost always not even a viable option it seems.
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My aunt once threw a lamp at her boyfriend. He called the cops on her.
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It's just as serious as a man raping a woman.
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Well I think any kind of Abuse is a bad thing. People only see abuse as like getting raped or what not, but abuse could even mean bullying.
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Physics is indeed a thing. It allows someone with a sufficient understanding and/or training to manipulate much larger objects or people. The logical corollary to your final statement is that a woman who is beaten or raped by a man who is smaller and less built than her is at fault, just as you are suggesting the man would be.

Physical assault of men by women is highly under reported. Most men assume that no one will believe them or are unwilling to report it due to fear of damage to their sense of self. When reported it is sometimes not recorded or recorded as something else. These statements are based on data from studies conducted by universities, not simply anecdotal. I apologize that I do not have links handy. If I recall correctly the difference in domestic violence by sex was roughly 2% in one of the larger studies.

While some men obviously have no qualms about using violence to defend themselves, not all are willing to. Simply being larger and stronger does not guarantee that you can defend yourself against someone willing to harm you and to possibly endure harm to succeed.
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hmm. my grandmother once got mad and threw a salt shaker through two doors and brokes her husbands nose.
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I'm afraid you contradicted yourself in your original post Phersu. We have to differentiate between abuse/assault, physical assault, and rape.

Depending how you define abuse/assault of the mental or verbal variety, that's rampant. Happens all the time, depending how you define it, and how sensitive you want to be. At its most sensitive level, it's called they're a woman, and you're a man.

Physical assault, if you're not including the odd knee to the groin or slap to the face because you were a jackass, is pretty rare.

Rape even moreso. The only way it could happen is if you were drugged, or conditioned by years of blistering mental and verbal abuse, or they're an amazon and you're a twig. Because let's be honest, physics is a thing. If she's smaller than you, and you're beaten and/or raped... God, what can I say? Grow a pair.


I'm sure the robbers who steal from you, or the murderer who tries to kill you, or even the rapist who tries to rape you, agree with this statement. You know what? Hey, so do I. When I steal from you, it's YOUR fault. Not mine. Heck, it's your fault for tempting me to steal your stuff by being so darn mug-gable. I'm sure you're okay with that, because that is basically what you are supporting.

If you don't like that well....gee....what can I say? Oh, right. Grow a pair.
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Hayagriva wrote:

I'm afraid you contradicted yourself in your original post Phersu. We have to differentiate between abuse/assault, physical assault, and rape.

Depending how you define abuse/assault of the mental or verbal variety, that's rampant. Happens all the time, depending how you define it, and how sensitive you want to be. At its most sensitive level, it's called they're a woman, and you're a man.

Physical assault, if you're not including the odd knee to the groin or slap to the face because you were a jackass, is pretty rare.

Rape even moreso. The only way it could happen is if you were drugged, or conditioned by years of blistering mental and verbal abuse, or they're an amazon and you're a twig. Because let's be honest, physics is a thing. If she's smaller than you, and you're beaten and/or raped... God, what can I say? Grow a pair.


I'm sure the robbers who steal from you, or the murderer who tries to kill you, or even the rapist who tries to rape you, agree with this statement. You know what? Hey, so do I. When I steal from you, it's YOUR fault. Not mine. Heck, it's your fault for tempting me to steal your stuff by being so darn mug-gable. I'm sure you're okay with that, because that is basically what you are supporting.

If you don't like that well....gee....what can I say? Oh, right. Grow a pair.


You veered off subject, again. Being mugged isn't the same thing as being abused, or raped. Your statement is completely correct - for mugging, but not what YOU were originally talking about. I fail to find a statistic for the number of women who MUG men, so I assume it to be statistically insignificant.

But if a woman - who's smaller than you - is smacking the crap out of you - and you don't deserve it - then yes, grow a pair. Really, out of so many interesting posts I've seen you make since I joined in February, I find it hard to believe you dropped the ball so completely on this one. But we learn things every day.
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You veered off subject, again. Being mugged isn't the same thing as being abused, or raped. Your statement is completely correct - for mugging, but not what YOU were originally talking about. I fail to find a statistic for the number of women who MUG men, so I assume it to be statistically insignificant.

But if a woman - who's smaller than you - is smacking the crap out of you - and you don't deserve it - then yes, grow a pair. Really, out of so many interesting posts I've seen you make since I joined in February, I find it hard to believe you dropped the ball so completely on this one. But we learn things every day.


I'm sorry, what? I'm too busy stealing your stuff and being an apathetic sociopath to care.
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Phersu wrote:


Hayagriva wrote:

You veered off subject, again. Being mugged isn't the same thing as being abused, or raped. Your statement is completely correct - for mugging, but not what YOU were originally talking about. I fail to find a statistic for the number of women who MUG men, so I assume it to be statistically insignificant.

But if a woman - who's smaller than you - is smacking the crap out of you - and you don't deserve it - then yes, grow a pair. Really, out of so many interesting posts I've seen you make since I joined in February, I find it hard to believe you dropped the ball so completely on this one. But we learn things every day.


I'm sorry, what? I'm too busy stealing your stuff and being an apathetic sociopath to care.





Look man, this topic varies because it has several very specific frames of reference. I of course wouldn't tell an abused child to grow a pair. I wouldn't tell a man drugged at a bar who wakes up in a bathtub full of ice and a kidney missing to grow a pair. But if, in the exact circumstances I listed, you can't even raise an arm to protect yourself, then by all means resume your lifestyle of being scared of the dark, crying when puppies chew on you, and wearing surgical masks around the house because the vacuum is too heavy. I mean what is there to say, really?
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I think wfm violence is extremely common. rape almost as almost the same rate as men on women. I think the reason why you'd hear about one over the other is because 1) how often it's reported and 2) women are valued more than men.
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