Discussion in 'Ladies Lounge' started by GaLaTeA, Feb 13, 2012.
That's a lot of drama...hopefully a lesson learnt for the future.
I'm just saying that when it comes to this kind of thing....there's a line. And my girlfriend found where my line was last week. j/k
Chris Brown would have to be the weakest hitter ever if that pic is all of the damage done, considering that article says the word "punched" like 50 times.
I agree with that...but people in general should know not to put hands on another person in the first place.
I think that was the only pic that got released into the media; don't know, haven't really followed the whole thing; but I remember seeing that pic blown up and she literally had horns coming out of her forehead...so...I think the article also says that he was punching her legs, etc..
I'm just saying, for the amount of text making it sound like he brutally raped her, burned her house down and murdered her family, you'd think that picture would look a lot worse.
It seems like in society everything has to be so black (sorry: African-American) and white. Everyone's like "there's no excuse for domestic violence" which sounds like a challenge.
I've seen rugby chicks with more damage before the game starts.
What about when you're pumping drinks into her, turn on a little Valentine's Day love music, and then make sweet love to her down by the fire, can you put your hands on her then?
Luckily it didn't come to that, but the fact still remains that he crossed the line, although that couldn't of been a healthy relationship to begin with. Even if he only bruised her, it still doesn't make it right.
There are a lot of excuses for domestic violence, that women find on a daily basis, some of who visit hospital emergency rooms quite frequently, upon "missing a few steps on the stairs" or "running into a door", or whatever the excuse at hand is ~ and some of those women even end up dead. So the problem doesn't like in the black or white region, it lurks within the whole color spectrum. And this wouldn't be news had not both of them been famous singers.
I've seen horror movies that started like that...
It also happened about 8-9 hours ago.
I've also seen porno's start out like that.
All joking aside, my point is there are people that overtrivialize domestic violence (like the dumb women saying that they'd let Chris Brown hit them) and there are people that oversensationalize domestic violence and act like all women are innocent and that all men are criminals. They are both problems in society. The fact that both people here are celebrities magnifies it many times over.
Point well taken.
Thanks, I just wanted to make it clear that I'm not supporting domestic violence. I may be a total pervert who laughs at highly inappropriate times, but I don't support Chris Brown's actions.
uh, did you read it? she read the text message, then he proceeded to pummel her. she gouged his eyes when she was in a headlock and stole his keys so he couldn't drive her home to beat her further.
i mean, nowadays she talks about how she loves s&m, so maybe it was her fantasy for him to beat the shit outta her, but that was ridiculous.
women are crazy though, so all these tweets don't surprise me. what women won't do for access to a famous, in-shape individual with lots of money.
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GalaTeA, I must admit that I admire your noble attitude and I agree with your thoughts on this.
The worship of the worthless is a degeneration of the species and YES this society is "messed up", it was made to be so.
This happens. Your Woman may be more 'sexual' than you are, but the proper course is to end the 'intimate' relationship, not beat her because of her libido.
Yes, it does take two to tango but according to both parties Rhianna did not strike or use a weapon against Chris Brown, so, it wasn't a "tango."
He beat her because he was an insecure man, he found numbers and whatever on her phone. That's the time to move on, not assault someone.
The keyword is 'her' not 'him' - A woman that doesn't attack you physically or with a weapon does not deserve to be beaten regardless.
You said that you heard that she liked S&M, so what? That's her thing. If you're with a woman like that and don't like that kind of thing, you break up, move on, you do not become an animal and attack her because of it.
I am not anti-violence mind you, violence has it's place but attacking your female partner because of conflicting preferences is the essence of bitch-made.
I empathize with you LP, the Justice system must see the crime being committed not simply arrest based on gender.
In the U.S it doesn't matter. In domestic conflicts it's almost always the male that ends up in jail, even if the female was the violent party.
It's a law/policy that is outdated and must be replaced.
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