Fight Video: Girl Gets a Taste of Gender Equality

I don’t know who started it or who was right or wrong, but I do know she kept pushing it and pushing it and pushing it and….then he had enough.

The shocked look she has on her face after she messed with the bull and got the horns makes it great.

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There are an awful lot of women that think they can slug it out with men and if their name isn’t Amanda Nunes, Ronda Rousey, Chris Cyborg (or one of the other teeny, tiny number of professional female fighters out there), they are almost assuredly wrong. A woman fighting with a man is kind of like a kid pulling the family Pit Bull’s tail. The dog has been told not to hurt you. He has been socialized not to hurt you. He doesn’t want to hurt you. But, if you keep pushing him and he sees red, you’re going to face a level of speed, strength and violence that you are completely unequipped to deal with in a fight.

This has ramifications for everything from putting women in combat, to putting women on the street as police officers, to men who decide they’re female competing in women’s sports.

Last but not least, I don’t know things turned out for this kid, but he’s lucky it’s on video because if that was his girlfriend, it happened at home and everything was identical, when the police got there, he’d be the one going to jail. Don’t forget that.

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