They wanted equal rights they got it. They want to act like men, they’ll be treated as such.Is this what you get when you "empower" women?
I was raised to never strike a woman - ever. She was to be protected and cherished - with my life if necessary.
Nowadays though, a great many of these "women" look, sound, and act more like the guys whose attitudes got adjusted back in the day. You remember the guys who always wore the black pointy-toed shoes? My senior year in HS we played flag football on Saturdays. Four or five of the "gangstas" (with the shoes) decided they were going to play. One of them punched a friend of mine in the face on one play and they all had a good laugh. Next play, I put a full speed crack back block on the little urchin. His buddies had to carry him to the car. I hope I never have to do that again, but some of these gals look like they might get a kick out of it.
I was taught to respect women. To hold open doors and such. Nowadays these young women get upset when you do that. They either refuse to go thru the door or they tell you off. Had that happen several times. I won’t hesitate to punch out a young women who hits me.