Is it wrong for a man to hit in this situation?

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If the woman in the relationship is the physically stronger one (i know a few relationships like this), should that 'man not hit the woman' social rule still apply? Or would it apply the other way round instead ie the woman/stronger person in the relationship should not hit a man if he is weaker?

Obviously it is unlawful to hit anyone lol but yea whats your opinion?
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RamocitoMorales
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How can the woman be physically stronger than the "man"? We are talking about a serious wimp here.
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No hitting unless it's play fight on both ends
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There is never an excuse for any man to hit a woman. In defence there is such a thing as restraint which does involve physical contact but not violence
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(Original post by Richard0328)
There is never an excuse for any man to hit a woman. In defence there is such a thing as restraint which does involve physical contact but not violence
Is there ever an excuse for any woman to hit a man?
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Men shouldn't hit women!
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I don't think it matters who is physically stronger? Neither should hit....

I think the only reason that's acceptable really is self-defence. Then by all means go straight out banzai.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
If the woman in the relationship is the physically stronger one (i know a few relationships like this), should that 'man not hit the woman' social rule still apply? Or would it apply the other way round instead ie the woman/stronger person in the relationship should not hit a man if he is weaker?

Obviously it is unlawful to hit anyone lol but yea whats your opinion?
Why do you need to hit anyone? What has strength got to do with it?
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Is there ever an excuse for any woman to hit a man?
of course not but that wasn't the question
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(Original post by RamocitoMorales)
How can the woman be physically stronger than the "man"? We are talking about a serious wimp here.
ever seen ronda rousey
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I mean if she's Beth Phoenix then idk
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(Original post by RamocitoMorales)
How can the woman be physically stronger than the "man"? We are talking about a serious wimp here.
I too have never seen women take part in the Olympic Games, especially in boxing, wrestling or judo.
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Gender is irrelevant when hitting someone. It's acceptable in self defence and thats it.
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(Original post by BasicMistake)
I too have never seen women take part in the Olympic Games, especially in boxing, wrestling or judo.
Those women are really exceptional. Plus the average man (and I don't mean your everyday bum; I mean really the average fit male) is still stronger than the vast majority of women who compete in those sports.
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If the woman in the relationship is the physically stronger one (i know a few relationships like this), should that 'man not hit the woman' social rule still apply? Or would it apply the other way round instead ie the woman/stronger person in the relationship should not hit a man if he is weaker?

Obviously it is unlawful to hit anyone lol but yea whats your opinion?
Men should absolutely be able to hit women in the case of self-defence, where one is in danger. Relative strength shouldn't interfere with this, if one is in physical danger.
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Men shouldn't hit women!
What if the male's life is threatened?
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What if the male's life is threatened?
This particular perosn isn't in a life threatening situation. If that was the case then by all means defend yourself.
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Neither person should be hitting the other unless it's
a) playfighting
b) self defence
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(Original post by BasicMistake)
I too have never seen women take part in the Olympic Games, especially in boxing, wrestling or judo.
What's Olympic Games got to do with it . I'm talking about if the woman was stronger that's all. I know several rugby players who are stronger/bigger than their husbands there are a few 'hardier' women about.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
If the woman in the relationship is the physically stronger one (i know a few relationships like this), should that 'man not hit the woman' social rule still apply? Or would it apply the other way round instead ie the woman/stronger person in the relationship should not hit a man if he is weaker?

Obviously it is unlawful to hit anyone lol but yea whats your opinion?




It is socially acceptable for a woman to hit a man even if she is twice his size ...., but he is not allowed to hit her first .....if he does he will be branded a woman beater and any white knights in the immediate vicinity will descend upon him like a pack of wolves....
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