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:

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...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul