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Plymouthsupporter Fri 31-Oct-14 23:11:51

Has any girl on here ever beat up a boy?

thornrose Fri 31-Oct-14 23:13:20

Are you in the right place? I don't think there are any girls or boys on here. It's for grown ups!

ZombiePuffinsAreREAL Fri 31-Oct-14 23:25:53

Many years ago, when I was a girl, I did martial arts. I had lots of fights, I won a good number of them, a lot of the people I won against were boys. Is that what you mean?

53Dragon Fri 31-Oct-14 23:27:42

A friend's 16 year old son was set upon by a gang of other teenagers not known to him. The boys held him down while two girls punched and kicked him.

Zazzles007 Fri 31-Oct-14 23:34:51

OP has been rumbled. He (I think) has asked this here before. Why do you you need to ask again Plymouth???

www.mumsnet.com/Talk/womens_rights/2044156-Girls-beating-up-boys

ballsballsballs Fri 31-Oct-14 23:39:00

As I commented on the previous thread, Rule 34. <sigh>

YonicScrewdriver Fri 31-Oct-14 23:39:52

Goddess, I thought this was familiar...

PuffinsAreFicticious Fri 31-Oct-14 23:40:35

Oops!

Ludways Fri 31-Oct-14 23:48:14

My ex once dragged me across the room by my hair, so I gave him a black eye,I came off worse in the end but that black eye got me through some dark times. I suspect that wasn't the type of example you were looking for.

Zazzles007 Sat 01-Nov-14 00:16:33

My father used to physically abuse my mother, and when I was 15, he started on me. At the time, I had been riding horses for several years, and I just reacted without thinking. He had knocked my glasses off so that I could not see, and pushed me over, so I kicked him in the balls, disabling him, and he slunk off, leaving me alone. I was frightened and shaken, and no one comforted me, acknowledged that it had happened or spoke about it afterwards. He never tried that on me again though.

I expect that this is not what the OP is looking for either.

AsAMan Sat 01-Nov-14 01:22:51

Is this like a fetish thing OP?
Do you want me to put on some heels and step on your balls? Because -- I doubt you have that kind of money-- that's not what we do here.

Ludways Sat 01-Nov-14 02:56:37

Zazzles, did your reaction have any effect on your mum, did she get away? (Bloody good on you, btw)

MrsTerrorPratchett Sat 01-Nov-14 03:03:02

Plymouth what is it you are after? Closure? Fellow feeling? Stories of how awful girls can be? What is it?

Zazzles007 Sat 01-Nov-14 07:17:11

Unfortunately Ludways she never left him, he used to physically abuse her, but it stopped when I was 15, and he start on me instead. Fortunately the physical abuse on me never got very far, as I described. I have written about them elsewhere on MN, they are quite the odd pair my parents, both suffering from personality disorders, albeit each has a different one.

FrauHelga Sat 01-Nov-14 07:27:41

Asaman - I am a dominant woman. I have never put on a pair of heels and crushed a man's balls. That would be unsafe. But not all women who like to be dominant in the bedroom have to get paid and your assumption is that they do.

I have whipped, caned, flogged, tied up, hit with other hitty things my partners. All consensual, all for mutual pleasure and never ever for money.

Why does everyone on this site assume that because I am a Domme then I must be getting paid to do it? And I know the Stephen Fry quote about offence, but it fucking well is offensive.

YonicScrewdriver Sat 01-Nov-14 07:48:28

Um, Frau? You weren't on the thread when ASA posted that, and the reply was to the OP, who has posted this before but never really said why he wants to know or what he is here for.

FrauHelga Sat 01-Nov-14 07:51:01

Yonic - I read the thread, came on and posted my thoughts, as well as answering what Asaman said. confused genuinely confused am I not allowed to answer with my thoughts on a thread?

FrauHelga Sat 01-Nov-14 07:54:18

And there's two current navel gazing threads wonder why people don't post in FWR. Am I only allowed to challenge the OP? If someone else on a thread posts something that I find offensive and is derogatory to my sexuality, I'm not supposed to challenge that, if they aren't the OP? Serious question, because I appear not to "get" the "rules" of this part of the site, and I have no desire to piss people off.

SevenZarkSeven Sat 01-Nov-14 08:12:31

Frau i don't understand your post. No one said anything to you about payment for anything. You weren't on the thread when asaman said that, she was talking to the op, who has posted this before and not explained why, hence some snippy answers to him.

Why do you think what she said was asked at you? It makes sense to me in the context of the thread as it stands.

SevenZarkSeven Sat 01-Nov-14 08:13:17

Aimed not asked.

SanityClause Sat 01-Nov-14 08:14:47

Frau, it's okay. Stephen Fry is not God, and doesn't have all the answers!

FWIW, my take on "offence" is that I think that if say I am offended, it is not because I believe what you say should be illegal. It's that I would like you to consider what you have said, because it was impolite and it has upset me, and has made me think less of you.

Sorry for the derail.

OP, what are you trying to say? That women are bad, because you were beaten up by a girl at school? (So that one little girl was entirely representative of her sex?) Or are you trying to get together anecdata to "prove" that the nasty girls who beat boys up at school grow up to be feminists?

FrauHelga Sat 01-Nov-14 08:15:50

I didn't mean it was asked at me specifically, I was making the general point that not all dominant women get paid for domming men.

Which is what I took from :

"Is this like a fetish thing OP?
Do you want me to put on some heels and step on your balls? Because -- I doubt you have that kind of money-- that's not what we do here."

IE - all those who "do" fetish "things" get paid for it.

Sunna Sat 01-Nov-14 08:16:49

Never beaten up anyone. <shrug>

SevenZarkSeven Sat 01-Nov-14 08:17:59

Asaman was making the standard joke that women make when men are creepy at them in a safe environment, you couldn't afford it mate.

Which is a comment that might bear some feminist discussion now I think about it :D but you are saying that you think it is offensive to a woman to imply she might be paid for sex, even if she's talking about herself? That's kind of offensive to women who are paid for sex though isn't it?

I'm a bit confused!

FrauHelga Sat 01-Nov-14 08:18:00

I was no more impolite than Yonic was to me. I read asaman's post as a general comment on those who are involved in BDSSM and I defended my sexual orientation. confused

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