Not to beat her up. If you can, then restrain her. If you can't, then you can hit her back but beating her up is going too far.
Beating up anyone is the lower road. How would you feel about yourself in the long run after beating up a girl when you could have simply walked away? Your not building her character, your building your own.
You do have a right to defend yourself...no one has the right to hurt you...how far you take that is up to you. The general rule would be for you to protect yourself until they stop...then you stop. Best wishes.
Well what's 'beat up'?<br />
If someone is hitting me, and I'm still much larger and stronger I'll probably restrain or push said person away but I won't like, kick the **** out of her.
You can subdue a woman who is violent toward you without beating her up. You should always protect yourself, but also and at the same time seek not to join in the violence.
The problem is not the girls. It is you........they chase you down the street, you say you are a geek and you are 18-21 ? Grow a pair of balls and man up. <br />
Find some new friends, become independent and start acting like a man.
I'm a feminist and I say, you have the right to defend yourself. I'm not a violent person, and I believe in avoiding it whenever possible, but some people give you no choice. In the vernacular, if she's bad enough to hit a guy, she's bad enough to get dropped if that's what it comes down to.
Maybe you should hang out with girls who don't treat you like dirt and beat you up and you wouldn't have to ask this stupid question.....just some advice take it or leave it.
No, you shouldn't be afraid of beating her up, she's nowhere near as strong. <br />
Violating a weaker person's Civil Rights is great fun. Beat up your grandma too. Maybe you should date that friend that gives such cool advice!
If you'd like to go to jail....you can follow your dumb friend's advice.
Well....you'd have trouble convincing the cops of that....if you beat her up
u will do time for that and u should just walk away or run if u have too that is the manly thing to do
Like if they punch u? Yea punch them back but not too much.. And do it where the bruise won't show
If a girl hits you can hit back. Thats how equality works.
Feminist's don't want equality. If they did they would be humanists.
I'm kidding. The vast majority of feminist are great. I just prefer humanism. How can your go wrong with equality for everyone in humanity?
Read this if you really want to know. https://finallyfeminism101.wordpress.com/2007/04/12/faq-why-feminism-and-not-just-humanism-or-equalism-isnt-saying-youre-a-feminist-exclusionary/
I see the sense in that. However I think the overriding message in humanism of equality for everyone regardless of any difference goes further. There has always been issues in the past of homophobia and racism in feminism that still linger on.
My dad always told my two brothers, if you hit her, don't hit her in her face. One day, I was like 8 or 9, my dad lifted my sleep shirt way up. See this, he told my brothers. Anywhere from her boobies to her panties can be punched. Then about six months later, he did it again. This time I was in my bikini. Using a marker, he drew two circles on my belly. The smallest one was Round my navel. My belly looked like a target and my bellybutton was the bullseye. That was my childhood. My arms were held countless times while they punched me in my belly.
wow, i am sorry to her that.
Anybody has the right to defend themselves from an attack but some people are just nut cases and need to be locked up for awhile.
watch law and order for a while. maybe you'll figure it out.
if she believes in equil rights and womens lib---tet for tat
Violence isn't the answer. If she is being violent to you then leave immediately. Yu can also report any violence to the police, as can any man or woman in the same situation.
Um you can still call out for help
Only in self-defense. Meaning if you can get away, then stop
If you can get away, it either means they're distracted or can't get up. So you won't have to run. It works, I have asthma too.
No he's not right