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.