Sheldmaiden wrote:FIRST GRADE! you must have been 4 or 5 years of age and watching AO movies.
I think I was 6 or 7.
I can't quite conceive of a child of such a tender age entertaining such thoughts! But there you are against all odds overcoming the 'weakness women usually have in not inflicting pain', actually planning and seeking out a boy to do exactly that. Strange, to say the least......
Like I said, it wasn't unusual for us as children to play role games and this was just a continuation of that. We also frequently fought over toys when we were even younger than that. Children are not as innocent as you think.
Mr Reasonable wrote:A woman slaps a mans face in public. Everyone rushes to see what the man did, condemn him, and console the woman. A man punches a woman in the face, he's condemned, the woman is consoled. If every case of a woman slapping a man's face were reported, the domestic violence numbers would be dramatically different. But a man who reports that sort of thing would in most cases be shamed and looked down on by society.
Anyone wanna talk about that?
I think we talked about that.
So it has to do with EVERYTHING else except the fact that they're women and so have the bodybuild and strength and fighting instincts/mentality of a woman?
I admitted that lack of training and mental blocks were a contributing factor, and women are not an exception to this rule. You seem to want to use this example in order to single out the sex factor and make it into a general rule.
The thing is, if a man displays physical dominance over a woman, a womanly woman I mean, unless he was straight up abusive and tried to kill her or something she would be attracted to such a man because he is more powerful than her, and females are attracted to what is superior to them, they want to submit to it and enjoy being dominated by it.
You're simplifying it too much. A physical force is not enough. There are plenty of buffed retarded men at the gym looking at themselves in the mirror, thinking they will get laid just because they have some muscle mass on them. Your thinking is one-dimensional.
A man if faced with another man superior to him would desire to overthrow this superior man and find a way to dominate him, to destroy him.
Most likely, he would want to imitate him, or be like him, which would also be a form of submission.
See how these female officers gave up easily? I bet their pussies got wet when recollecting the event, how a single guy man-handled the 3 of them.
I see a little bit of fantasy of your own injected here. This is not what a woman would feel in this situation.
Just like these police women, you seem to be living in this fantasy world similar to those movies where a 50kg, 170cm woman can do cartwheels and jump around and take out a bunch of 100kg, 185cm men without breaking a sweat.
Reality is a bit different. People don't just wait for you to do a wrist or arm lock on them like in movies and cartoons, they can actually fight back.
Police officers are supposed to be trained for these situations. A 50kg woman trained in martial arts, for example, can
take on a larger man than herself. An example of poorly trained women is not an example that none of the women can be trained. And speaking of real life, it does not work like a WWA ring, as you imagine, in real life, it's not always physical strength vs physical strength, it could be physical strength vs speed, or physical strength vs smarts. It's like saying a tiger is superior to king cobra because it has more physical strength, or that someone trained in taekwondo is superior to someone trained in aikido or judo because he can throw more powerful kicks; you're judging everything against the standard of physical strength. You must imagine yourself as Conan the Barbarian, or something.
The only technique which these women might have successfully executed on their own is to aim for the guy's testicles and apply blunt physical force to them, then use the ensuing 2-5 seconds of shock to press him against the ground (the fat one should sit on him) and handcuff him.
I think you want to turn this into some free style street fight. I don't think they are authorized to use these methods.
And if they miss that window of opportunity or if the shock isn't shocking enough it could turn really bad for the policewomen because the guy would be pissed off and might go in for serious damage or even attempt to murder them.
A police officer should be trained for these situations. Like I was saying, they could have used pepper spray to gain compliance (level 4) and then, take him down while he was disabled. These weapons are issued for this purpose (...to male officers too!)
Also you have to understand that some people are just more pissed off by pain and want to respond to pain with pain. To respond to inflicted pain with submission is more typical of a feminine psychology. A man wants to destroy his enemies at all costs.
Pepper spray will cause pain and
temporary incapacitation. He may tolerate the pain (there are few people that can) but he would be pretty much blinded; at least disoriented. A taser would just knock him out and spare everyone all the macho drama. These are tools that police officers have at their disposal.
When I said standards I mostly meant physical strength and size standards. There's a reason why in fighting sports there is a gender division, as well as a good number of weight divisions. Training isn't everything.
In these situations, training and experience are important. The goal was not to show off who's physically stronger and therefore superior, the goal was to gain compliance through the use of force or power, which does not have to be strictly physical where you seem to be making a mistake. It can be but it doesn't have to be the only way it is displayed or executed.
If force or power was only physical, only the strongest men would rule the world, but that is not the case, as you know. In the force continuum, officer presence is level one use of force. That means uniform presence is considered an application of force, a low level, but is still a use of force or power. Verbal commands is already level two. The use of force is roughly defined as making an unwilling person do what they wouldn't want to do on their own. It is a very broad term in its practical application, it's not just physical.