Can a man exercise defense against a woman? (context-dependent)

A movie scene in which I spontaneously recalled during daytime that involves a scene in which a woman of higher authority and power to exercise physical power over a small framed, pitiful, and innocent guy for the frequent and everyday chores he condemned him to do, while in this case scenario a guy would of have not come up with use of defense by physical means and to hypothetically add further elements that fits the description of a biologically a woman but has no any of the behavioural and personality characteristics such as compassion and empathy that are common features of female behavior, and to include physical characteristics that are more reminiscent of a male gender, and masculine physique, also in detail to add a cheek mole with a hair lining out to further describe in my words aggressiveness, intimidation. And sum up of all that, would there be a context under which it would be understood if not permissible for a guy to defend against of woman of such by any means necessary? mostly physical which is one of the more common and 'easier' uses of defense versus a verbal that requires more effort on ones cognitive part.

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  • I wish society was like the 50s when men always paid and opened doors for women. I try to do all that. But when you make up a rule for society that a group is untouchable this group becomes entitled. I cant tell you how many times ive seen girls hit guys with total disregard for danger that the man may strike them back. I think its appropriate to give a firm slap if they attack you. You dont need to hit or cause damage but a nice slap will straighten them out.

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    • I think I directly have to supply you with a movie sequence, or explain in broad terms but the other way around I can pinpoint with better accuracy by involving the following: A woman is 20-30 years older than you, in which you have no relationship between each other, except that she condemns you to chores and hard labour , and outside the context of 'hard labour' and 'chores' there's zero relationship involved, and absolutely by how I exaggerate the defintion for stronger regard for influence of 'absolutely' to context so you get the clear picture. It's like a nazi-concentration camp 'relationship' , long story short.

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  • Yes, if physical death is upon you-defend yourself regardless of your gender. If that isn't the situation, the more physically strong person should leave the more physically vulnerable persone alone.

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  • The way I see it man, woman, trans, whatever you identify as if you try to harm someone you have lost your right to complain.

    You tried to assault someone what were you expecting to happen? Did you expect them to just sit there and let you beat the crap out of them?

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    • Yeah, so seems like my point of reference is solely relevant only to a movie, and in real life there would be legal repercussions, no matter who uses force against who.

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      • Yea, in the west, Men, Women, and Trans have the opportunity to defend themselves. No where else.

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