How is it ANY better, for a girl to kick a guy in the balls, than for a guy to hit a girl?

    • How is it ANY better, for a girl to kick a guy in the balls, than for a guy to hit a girl?

      For cheating, for being insulting, for "fun"...
      How are those better reasons, for a girl to kick a guy in the balls, than for a guy to do something to a girl, that makes her collapse and convulse in pain, might mutilate her genitals, and might destroy her chances of being a mother?
      Why is this constantly being shown in the media, as something justified?

      Honestly, girls who do that, deserve a punch in the face if you ask me.
    • Hello Hugzur Bugzur.

      You seem very angry. I try to answer your question.

      Short: NO. It is not better for a girl to kick a guy in the balls than for a guy to hit a girl.

      Long: Violence is only acceptable if a person is attacked by another person. Only in that case the person may use violence to defend itself or someone witnessing can use violence to defend the attacked person.
      It does NOT matter what gender/sex a person is. No one should hurt another person.
      If someone is attacking you: first try to run away. If you cant run, protect your face and vital organs, call for help. If the attacker is still there, try to give him one painful hit and when the attacker is distracted: run away. After the situation is over, tell an authority(adults, parents, teacher, police) immediately.

      What kind of media are you talking about? News, documentaries, movies, adds? In what context is it shown?
      curious open-minded short but not so short guy from Germany. open for conversations/PMs, all topics, all ages, all genders
    • i got kneed in the balls by a girl just because i said hello to her. She told me i was annoying her, all she had to do was tell me to go away and i would have it's not like i wanted to harass her, i just tried to make friends. it hurt so much and i did nothing wrong, no need for it. But i think she really hated boys and did it to inflict a punishment.

      To answer the question i don't think it's ok unless in self-defense, but society's attitude seems to be that it's ok. I have seen tv shows and movies where boys and men get kicked or kneed in the balls by girls and women and its always done in a way as though it's supposed to be funny
    • Personally, I don't believe it is right to attack another person physically. Yes, some people do things that make us angry but our response to that should be appropriate and preferably after having calmed down. So no-one could complain that a partner didn't want to continue a relationshop after an episode of being unfaithful. Asaulting the other party is not the right response, though.

      As for being kicked in the balls specifically, the one time a violent response is reasonable, i.e. in response to being attacked with violence, the attacked may wish to put the attacker out of action with minimum risk to life so kicking the attacker in the balls can be effective.

      For another example, if you had a gun and someone was coming at you with a knife which can be a fatal weapon, it would be quite reasonable to shoot him in the shoulder so he could not longer use the knife. Shooting him in the head or the heart stands much more risk of being seen as an overreaction.
    • Sean2001 wrote:

      Personally, I don't believe it is right to attack another person physically. Yes, some people do things that make us angry but our response to that should be appropriate and preferably after having calmed down. So no-one could complain that a partner didn't want to continue a relationshop after an episode of being unfaithful. Asaulting the other party is not the right response, though.

      As for being kicked in the balls specifically, the one time a violent response is reasonable, i.e. in response to being attacked with violence, the attacked may wish to put the attacker out of action with minimum risk to life so kicking the attacker in the balls can be effective.

      For another example, if you had a gun and someone was coming at you with a knife which can be a fatal weapon, it would be quite reasonable to shoot him in the shoulder so he could not longer use the knife. Shooting him in the head or the heart stands much more risk of being seen as an overreaction.
      You’re probably not under 5’ and barely 80lbs
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      Sean2001 wrote:

      Personally, I don't believe it is right to attack another person physically. Yes, some people do things that make us angry but our response to that should be appropriate and preferably after having calmed down. So no-one could complain that a partner didn't want to continue a relationshop after an episode of being unfaithful. Asaulting the other party is not the right response, though.

      As for being kicked in the balls specifically, the one time a violent response is reasonable, i.e. in response to being attacked with violence, the attacked may wish to put the attacker out of action with minimum risk to life so kicking the attacker in the balls can be effective.

      For another example, if you had a gun and someone was coming at you with a knife which can be a fatal weapon, it would be quite reasonable to shoot him in the shoulder so he could not longer use the knife. Shooting him in the head or the heart stands much more risk of being seen as an overreaction.
      A knife is a fatal weapon. You shoot that person to kill them, that's it. Try to be dumb and you'll get killed.
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      Personally, I don't believe it is right to attack another person physically. Yes, some people do things that make us angry but our response to that should be appropriate and preferably after having calmed down. So no-one could complain that a partner didn't want to continue a relationshop after an episode of being unfaithful. Asaulting the other party is not the right response, though.

      Sean2001 wrote:


      As for being kicked in the balls specifically, the one time a violent response is reasonable, i.e. in response to being attacked with violence, the attacked may wish to put the attacker out of action with minimum risk to life so kicking the attacker in the balls can be effective.

      For another example, if you had a gun and someone was coming at you with a knife which can be a fatal weapon, it would be quite reasonable to shoot him in the shoulder so he could not longer use the knife. Shooting him in the head or the heart stands much more risk of being seen as an overreaction.
      yeah that’s a lot of make believe
      Police can’t even manage to shoot someone in the shoulder etc to drop a knife