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Old 08-04-2010, 02:36 PM   #11
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My wife "beats" me on a regular basis...I asked for it. I normally dress like a whore.

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Im gonna be consider an ass for my reply but this is my point of view.

1. My condolences. The death of somebody, even that is a natural event and process, still sucks.

2. She deserves it. NOW NOW!!!! Im gonna explain why...so hold your horses for a minute.
James, I hate to jump on the bandwagon and attack you, but I feel it somewhat necessary.

Have you ever heard of Stockholm Syndrome? While usually associated with people that have been kidnapped, I imagine that it occurs in a large basis from women that are abused. This is a very real syndrome that happens out of a survival instinct, and it sounds like this woman was experiencing some very real abuse.

Now imagined your wife, sister, mother, daughter, niece, or cousin was this woman. Imagine that they really loved the guy, and for whatever reason, looked beyond the abuse and "saw him for who he was". Perhaps there was a decent person under all that power trip and beatings. As soon as she associated with the good things, she attached to those and to survive she "overlooked" the beatings. She was probably scared for her life. Scared he might find her if she left. More importantly, she was probably scared what he would do when he found her, or if she told someone.

Would you blame the woman if she was of relation to you? Would you say "oh, well it was Jane's fault for being with that guy anyway. Stupid whore."?

Having that much power over someone is not the fault of the victim. It is NEVER the fault of the victim. Should she have left the douche bag? Absolutely. Should someone have reported the beatings at her work? Probably. But don't you dare blame the woman for the beatings she took. I bet she was more of a man than you to sit there and take the beatings, than you are to blame her for them.

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James, I hate to jump on the bandwagon and attack you, but I feel it somewhat necessary.

Have you ever heard of Stockholm Syndrome? While usually associated with people that have been kidnapped, I imagine that it occurs in a large basis from women that are abused. This is a very real syndrome that happens out of a survival instinct, and it sounds like this woman was experiencing some very real abuse.

Now imagined your wife, sister, mother, daughter, niece, or cousin was this woman. Imagine that they really loved the guy, and for whatever reason, looked beyond the abuse and "saw him for who he was". Perhaps there was a decent person under all that power trip and beatings. As soon as she associated with the good things, she attached to those and to survive she "overlooked" the beatings. She was probably scared for her life. Scared he might find her if she left. More importantly, she was probably scared what he would do when he found her, or if she told someone.

Would you blame the woman if she was of relation to you? Would you say "oh, well it was Jane's fault for being with that guy anyway. Stupid whore."?

Having that much power over someone is not the fault of the victim. It is NEVER the fault of the victim. Should she have left the douche bag? Absolutely. Should someone have reported the beatings at her work? Probably. But don't you dare blame the woman for the beatings she took. I bet she was more of a man than you to sit there and take the beatings, than you are to blame her for them.

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This stuff is never OK!! People who take advantage of others by battering, whether mentally or physically, should be put down...No exceptions!

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Which of the Gods of Valhalla dropped the hammer?

I was waiting for his "It's not the kid toucher's fault" thread.

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Looks that way...

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Banned after one post without the chance to clear his name or offer other's the enjoyment of seeing him make himself look dumber???
That's no fun.
I'll have to be sure not to post when I've been drinking.

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