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Physical violence, I 100 % agree with post above me. Run- fu and de -escalation is always best.i don’t advocate violence, but I’m curious about your thoughts. Violence in regard to men not women.
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She did not like your display of masculinity.Happy to escalate a situation to violence, it’s what helps me sleep at night.
Nearly went to prison at 21 for fighting (did 9 months of tag/ankle bracelet) so I calmed down a lot.
I was called “aggressive” by a feminist pvssy woman because a guy barged into her on our date and I confronted him.
I’m sorry but I have boundaries, I’m not a bully, but I also secretly enjoy confrontation and violence when I’m aggrieved or affronted. Otherwise I feel like a pvssy and will be up at night thinking.
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If you are letting a guy get that close to you, and not controlling the distance, then that is a problem. That is my point - you don't let an aggressive guy step in your face and you don't step in a guy's face either. You always stay out of striking distance and if tries to close the distance, you either step back with a warning or you stop him with your hands on his biceps and warn him. In either case, you are then immediately ready to react based on what he does, and the distance (or the connection from your outstretched arms) gives you the split-second you need to react. If you always have to have the first strike, it means you are getting into a lot of fights that never would have happened had you not swung (because not all of them would have), and you are putting yourself at unnecessary risk (legal/injury/laswsuit).I’m sorry but you guys saying violence only to defend yourself have never been in a fight. You let an aggressive guy step in your face and you will never see the uppercut/headbutt/hook coming. You will wake up dazed, in pain on the floor, embarrassed and believe me you don’t get a chance to defend yourself if someone gets the jump on you.
Stop this nonsense let’s talk in real terms and experiences not theory. I’ve been jumped/attacked and it’s instilled a strike first mentality, I grew up with the “let them hit first” mentality and growing up in inner city London (a sh!thole) it’s just asking to be eaten alive.