Being a Woman and Being Right
Taryn De Vere

I can’t speak to the way you were raised and who your role models were but I can tell you that I have never met a weak Women in my life, lol. Abuse her? You are out of your mind, you have to sleep next to that Wo-man and she will kill you if you step out of line and get away with it too, every Women I have ever known is not someone you mess with.

My Grandmother was maybe 90 pounds and she ruled everything in her sight, and every man who came to her home made sure his feet were clean before entering her home or they would be handed a broom and a mop and there was never any question as to if you would do what she told you to do, she was a force of nature and everyone bent to her will.

Women are always right, and even if they are wrong you still let them be right because they have ways of getting even with you that you would rather not even think about, lol.

And guess what, Women are usually the abusers these days:

Results. Almost 24% of all relationships had some violence, and half (49.7%) of those were reciprocally violent. In nonreciprocally violent relationships, women were the perpetrators in more than 70% of the cases.

So where abuse in the relationship was one sided, 70% of the time it was the Woman who was abusive.

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