Comment: double standard? sure. an immutable reality of life, and

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double standard? sure. an immutable reality of life, and

often accepted legal doctrine: "force disparity" as I commented below: http://www.dailypaul.com/comment/3015334

given a similar scenario, almost no jury in America will ever accept that punching and breaking nose of a female who's moving on man at a club, involuntarily, an acceptable level of self-defense, unless you work for govt.

Now the 'govt double standard?' If you want "double standard," talk about a real institutionalized "double standard"; a 'legal' one at that, and not a cultural one...on second thought, since statism is a religion, I suppose govt double standard is both institutional and cultural.

while principally, no doubt, I understand the argument, which is why it's still culturally one of the biggest inconvenient & often socially & psychologically controversial realities to over come: the fact that yes, women TOO rape vulnerable men, along with same gender rapes/sexual violations, etc.

but from a scientific, biological, cultural, societal, and often 'legal' stand pt, it's hard to overcome eons of 'protect the girl' instinct in human males.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

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