My Rant on Vine Videos #1 - Woman Slapping Man

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So I was watching this Vine on Twitter the other day where this woman smacks the bass outta and bitch into her man. The shit was both hilarious and disturbing...


Submitted: June 12, 2015

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Submitted: June 12, 2015



After having read and seen a vine post on Twitter, smh technology these days, spoofing domestic violence and the subsequent fall out in the form of replies I feel compelled to write something about it. The twitter account @Meninist posted the vine that depicted a woman smacking the shit out of her man for not doing the dishes and then moments later as she was leaving the man is shown washing dishes and saying “Goodbye, Honey” to which the woman responds by flexing at the man to which he then responds to by jumping back shook/scared with plates rattling in the background for effect. The scene ends with the woman walking away giving the man a dirty look while calling him “Bitch...”

You can view the Vine video for yourself at the link below:

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For all intents and purposes this is a hilarious least on the surface but then when you dig a little deeper it’s not so funny.

What @Meninist, whose account I saw the Vine on is on Twitter, did was post a screenshot sans the user ID of a reply someone must have had to his Vine post. As to why a screenshot instead of the actual post I don’t know, maybe it was a reply that he saw somewhere else and just used it cuz it fit the message he was trying to convey. Regardless it doesn’t matter cuz y’know he’s the @Meninist #derp.

Really tho technology has gotten us off track a bit bcuz if someone doesn’t know anything about social media they would be completely lost by now with my rant. Anyway back to it...

Anyway the person stated in his “reply”:

“If you’re a  male victim of domestic abuse all I have to say is grow some balls, honestly.”

To which I replied “And what exactly does he mean by that comment...exactly? How should one grow these balls he so ignorantly speaks of?”

I never got a reply back, although I certainly expected one.  But to the credit of @Meninist followers people did not tolerate the comment. Buuuuuuutttt this IS Twitter ppl so a lot of the comments were ratchet with ppl saying things like:

“With a booty like that she can hit me whenever” or

“ass fatter than a bowl of oatmeal...”[LOL]


The last one was definitely not to be taken seriously since the tone of @Meninist is sort of an anti-feminist spoof type Twitter account that points out a lot of the bullshit that exists in the male female divide in western culture in general.

Anyway this shit got me to thinking about why some people so ignorantly believe that domestic violence is okay on any level. And you’re talking about someone who was raised by West Indian women with Dominican undertones so talking about violence in the home on any level can be taken with a grain of salt especially when then power structure in the home lays more with the women than the men. Meaning that it is common to have a powerful female in charge of the household and hitting your children as a form of discipline is common shit even hitting your man from time to time as a form of discipline is acceptable to a certain extent.

And I say this again with a grain of salt because although it may be acceptable to a certain degree for a woman to hit a man from time to time in the home it is NOT acceptable for it to happen outside of the home or in front of friends, family or strangers or for a man to hit a woman for absolutely MOST reasons because it’s just plain abuse.


But to be honest domestic violence is more sadistic and cruel when it comes from a woman.


Well let’s get back to basics regardless of what people may say on a physical level men and woman are NOT equal. The hard truth is MOST men are physically stronger than MOST women.  There are of course exceptions to this rule on both sides of the scale but that is the reality. That being said most people would agree that a man beating a woman, besides being a horrible thing, is something that is done because the man is physically more powerful than a woman so he uses that physicality to his advantage to domineer over her and control her.

So he basically beats on her because he’s stronger and he’s a bully.

But with women who are not build like an Amazon or have MMA skill set of Ronda Rousey these creatures have to depend on something other than physical strength. In most cases woman who are abusers use a man’s love for her as the weapon against him and this is why women who chose to be abusers and domestically violent are just as insidious, sadistic and cruel as the men that are using their male physicality to dominate a relationship, if not more so.

Female abusers are not just violent but they are manipulators using the very morals that good men were raised on against them.  They are prone to violence but are quick to say things like

“Real men don’t hit women.” or “Only punks or pussies raise their hands to a woman...” For men like myself who were raised to respect women but at the same time were taught to never let anyone hit them it presents something of a dilemma.  Because now you are faced with the realization that either the person you are with is an abuser and they are abusing you or that yeah they are right men don’t hit women or at least shouldn’t unless under extreme circumstances.

So where do I stand? Am I an abuser because I choose to defend myself?

At the end of the day man, woman or child everyone has the God given right to defend themselves from anyone or anything that is a constant threat to the stability of their mental, spiritual, emotional and physical being.  In other words if someone is consistently hurting you and are not making a conscious decision to STOP HURTING YOU, you as a child of God and as a human being have the right to make them stop by any means necessary.

I remember Wyclef had a interlude on one of his albums where he said, and this is not verbatim by any means, something to the effect where “If someone throws you on the ground and they start kicking you, you can ask them to stop kicking you but they probably won’t, you can beg them to stop and they probably won’t, but once you chop off they leg there ain’t gonna be no more fucking kicking!”

When dealing with abusers it may be a good idea to live by that.



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