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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by stanliwise(m): 6:28pm On Jul 25, 2020
jamalnation:
that's the society we live in quick to judge not finding out what really happened if not for your intervation probably they would have been arrested
All said and done there is a bend to this issue o.
When ever in life when one find himself in a condition that is hard to narrate or people will not give you a chance, act wisely.

The guy in narration should have poured drinks on her and physically handle her in a way that don’t cause much injuries(Two solid slaps is enough).
But I see some guys tearing ladies clothes and punching ladies in the mouth and pushing them on the ground.
This attitude always leads to sympathy from onlookers.
So anytime we want to scratch our eye make we scratch am with sense.
Me I don’t support not defending ourselves o but let us do it with sense.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by wwwtortoise(m): 6:28pm On Jul 25, 2020
Gender equality is a sham that will keep staggering so long as principled men keep standing their feet.

As a man never try to fully understand a woman.
Women understand women; yet they hate and envy themselves.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Blackmoran(m): 6:29pm On Jul 25, 2020
emmyN:
One of the most foolish statements I've come across is, "Never raise your hands on a lady no matter what". How about never raise your hands on any of the gender? sad
no mind them, have you forgotten another word again they use to manipulate us? " BE A GENTLEMAN "

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by GboyegaD(m): 6:34pm On Jul 25, 2020
purpinkx:


Don't mind them.

And NockMedia is here saying he should have walked away, with juice in his clothes.

And when the same guy meets another woman at the ATM claiming she came before him, he should make way.

And then at the filling station, the supermarket.

Men should always walk away.

Untill women start feeling entitled, every “Good’ man should walk away when a woman start nonsense




We fuel their entitlement with the way we behave. In the west that we try to copy, no girl will allow you to give her the permission to shunt queue. Everybody would give way for pregnant women, older people, and disabled.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by emmyN(m): 6:35pm On Jul 25, 2020
Blackmoran:
no mind them, have you forgotten another word again they use to manipulate us? " BE A GENTLEMAN "

Yes. It's all emotional blackmail meant to emasculate men. Sadly, some folks fall for it.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Nobody: 6:38pm On Jul 25, 2020
bettermike:


Sir, you need to build up your argumentative skills. Your points seem watery.



Sorry bro, I don't know how to argue. I'm a king. And Kings don't argue.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Liposure: 6:40pm On Jul 25, 2020
To be fair here, the ladies were clearly at fault on all counts cos they started it. Even though another guy would have chosen to walk away. All men are not the same. Women cant be playing the weaker sex card all the time. Agreed violence against women is shameful. But that does not give them the right to provoke a man as they please

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by bettermike: 6:51pm On Jul 25, 2020
NockMedia:

Sorry bro, I don't know how to argue. I'm a king. And Kings don't argue.

You literarilly need to hear what you are writing.

Lmfao.


You just wasted this sweet topic. Just like that. With your funny talk.


I won't be surprised if it's a girl behind your moniker.

Anyways, adios.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by LINTUNE(m): 6:57pm On Jul 25, 2020
purpinkx:



BS.

Why didn't she go off and explain to the organizer of the occasion?

Maybe she would have gotten another chair?

No, she decided to humiliate the guy, and here you are saying the guy should have walked away and bear the emotional trauma for life.

He should walk away and cower whenever a woman challenges him.

He should happily accept being oppressed.

That's a pathetic life bro.
aknowledge that stupid coward's comment at ur own peril ..

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by asanwafo: 7:03pm On Jul 25, 2020
NockMedia:

I am not trying to justify what the lady did, but never raise your hand on a lady as a man. Don't.
Idiot ! U are a disgrace to ur generation. He shouldn't raise a hand on a woman but a woman should raise a hand on a man. If u are a girl, try that on me and i will teach u a lesson u will never forget in a hurry even if u are Buriatai's daughter. The last thing he can do (Buratai) is to put someone to death and everyone must die one day.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by nuelsam: 7:03pm On Jul 25, 2020
ademasta:
Hmmm undecided

Just consider yourself fighting with Yusuf Buhari, whether you are right or not, you will be dealt with by strong forces. That's how it plays out usually.

However, women are weaker vessels, no matter what transpires between you both, it will be perceived as if you are intentionally using naked powers on them. They will surely be listened to.

Have you considered great men that were thoroughly dealt with by women? Just because the man has bluntly refused her sex, probably in the office, and the next thing the woman would do is tear her own clothes to project rape. On this, never expect the man to be listened to. Both men and women will gather to condemn him.

The point is, women are stronger. Take it and be a man, or you leave it and be dealt with.
nah ...,I think u should change this typa mentality.. women ain't shit,it's only when u give em the edge,that's when they infiltrate u with their stupid victim card..... don't take their shit no matter what

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by nurain150(m): 7:16pm On Jul 25, 2020
Those guys Bleep up sha.they should not have exchanged words with them.that would make them look like a fool.stupid gals.
That was how I treated the Bleep up of one pregnant woman.We dey ATM since like 3 hours no show no service others left while others stayed.So this woman from no wh re come dey claim say she dey my front.I agree I even one let am.As the security come talk say make everyone line up.the guy come ask the woman where she dey she continues to talk with pride say na my front she dey .I no talk with her I face the security say e kuku know that have been here since.laz laz I first am withdraw

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by jamalnation(m): 7:24pm On Jul 25, 2020
stanliwise:
All said and done there is a bend to this issue o.
When ever in life when one find himself in a condition that is hard to narrate or people will not give you a chance, act wisely.

The guy in narration should have poured drinks on her and physically handle her in a way that don’t cause much injuries(Two solid slaps is enough).
But I see some guys tearing ladies clothes and punching ladies in the mouth and pushing them on the ground.
This attitude always leads to sympathy from onlookers.
So anytime we want to scratch our eye make we scratch am with sense.
Me I don’t support not defending ourselves o but let us do it with sense.

even if he had slapped her am certain it would produce the same reaction @bolded. i will never be in support of a man beating a woman but some action can provoke extreem reaction was she excepting the guy to fold his hand and just look at her like that.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by asanwafo: 7:29pm On Jul 25, 2020
Blackmoran:
Anybody believing that gender equality can be practice is leaving in dreamland and in delusion .

Because all I see is just hypocrisy, I remember during election there was this program on radio where candidate contesting for post are allowed to come on air to debate and campaign on what there plans were if elected. The program was so aggressive because the moderator was bombarding this men with reasonable questions to which most of them find it difficult to deal with, low and behold a female candidate was introduce who was contesting for a senate position the tone of the moderator change , it now seems the moderator was campaigning for the woman, even when callers called on the show to ask question the mangina of a moderator was telling them to ask simple questions that they should take it easy on her she is a lady ..
At that point I was wondering so if we where to follow all this hypocrisy this Lady that can't even hold a minute conversation should be elected simply because she got a vagina and there is this word this manginas use "let give women a chance' I hate that word With passion, in my mind am like who is blocking them before?

I want the best candidate to get a job whether male or female all that matter is competency, but in reality that is not the order....
Women want equality but don't want to do the work.. Equality is cruel and in a man world that what we face daily and all this ladies and mangina don't understand...
Mangina?

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Blacckrod(f): 7:29pm On Jul 25, 2020
Walk away from anyone (be it male or female) who tries to pick a fight with you. It is obvious they lack self respect and in my opinion they are the lesser being regardless of the gender undecided

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by jamalnation(m): 7:31pm On Jul 25, 2020
bettermike:

And we will change it.

One person at a time.
keep preaching the gospel

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by ojuu4u(m): 7:39pm On Jul 25, 2020
Men are in sorry state, till thy kingdom come, men will not come out of women domineering........ foolish guy would pay heavily to have sex with lady, within the twinkle of eyes, his eyes cleared, yet he would come online to brag about sex escapades.


Wasted money! Wasted energy !! Wasted time!!!

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by nurain150(m): 7:41pm On Jul 25, 2020
NockMedia:

C'mon man, it doesn't work that way. We both know that ladies are the weaker sex. You're not only at a risk of severely hurting her but you also stand the chance of getting locked up. Regardless of whoever started the drama.
You get sense but at the same time lack sense...the day my crush in highschool raised her hands i no ESISTATE TO RESTRAIN.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by stanliwise(m): 7:41pm On Jul 25, 2020
jamalnation:

even if he had slapped her am certain it would produce the same reaction @bolded. i will never be in support of a man beating a woman but some action can provoke extreem reaction was she excepting the guy to fold his hand and just look at her like that.
A small handling isn’t gonna kill the girl. Although it is not easy to know when to stop especially when anger sets in. But last last If I don’t touch her the warning I will give her ehn.
I hate it when women try to act uncivil and expect me to behave civil.
No one has the right to harm anyone especially when such person has not harm anyone.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Martinez39s(m): 7:50pm On Jul 25, 2020
This is why we need men to stop simping, and stop buying into the scam of gender equality and strong independent women. Look at how simps enable bad behaviours in women.

As ubunja said, death to simps.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Onliie(m): 7:55pm On Jul 25, 2020
NockMedia:

I am not trying to justify what the lady did, but never raise your hand on a lady as a man. Don't.
Stop senseless this cliché. You have just nullified any possible scenario no matter what. That's irresponsible. Think for yourself and stop quoting what you heard people saying.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Smartgeek(m): 8:20pm On Jul 25, 2020
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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by ademasta(m): 8:23pm On Jul 25, 2020
nuelsam:
nah ...,I think u should change this typa mentality.. women ain't shit,it's only when u give em the edge,that's when they infiltrate u with their stupid victim card..... don't take their shit no matter what
That's not an issue of "mentality", that's reality.
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Kryptonvinyl(m): 8:54pm On Jul 25, 2020
[quote author=NockMedia post=92097290]
Whenever a lady tries to get violent with you as a guy, the best thing to do is to walk away from the heat of the moment.[/quote

You're right. But why can't ladies walk away too?

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by MrSensor(m): 8:58pm On Jul 25, 2020
NockMedia:


[s]Walkaway from any and every potential confrontation with a lady. [/s]

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by prophetfire: 9:09pm On Jul 25, 2020
NockMedia:

I am not trying to justify what the lady did, but never raise your hand on a lady as a man. Don't.
I am sure even your father would be regreting why he didnt use a condom. Tueeh!

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Kryptonvinyl(m): 9:18pm On Jul 25, 2020
Its so funny when the so-called feminists claim that use the excuse that "Women are emotional and its hard to control their emotions. But men can control theirs so they should avoid face offs with women."

If u wanna be a feminist, be a feminist to the last cell in ur body. No excuses whatsoever.

U can't want to be equal with the other gender only in cases that'll favor u, and then use excuses when its not in ur favor.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Ghostrye: 9:20pm On Jul 25, 2020
Some people will still say never raise your hand against a female...... if you talk am so ehn thunder go visit your address. Oloshi fit be day talk say make the man stand as woman dey beat am abi make he waka commot while she dey flog im yansh as he dey go..... nonsense and ingredient.
If a lady hits you, hit her back with nothing less than you receive, if she like make she turn weeping willow or damsel in distress na her cup of agbo be that

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by davien(m): 9:21pm On Jul 25, 2020
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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Nobody: 9:21pm On Jul 25, 2020
NockMedia:

I am not trying to justify what the lady did, but never raise your hand on a lady as a man. Don't.
you have successfully fooled yourself

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Nobody: 9:28pm On Jul 25, 2020
internationalman:


A Potential simp..

I slapped my girl back the day she slapped me first... Now imagine what would happen if a total stranger girl slaps me..

The only women I don't touch no matter what are pregnant women and very old women..
if pregnant woman hit me she confess to the world weda na me give her bele

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Westernlove: 9:28pm On Jul 25, 2020
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