Woman on Man Domestic Violence is Acceptable, Episode 1: Jezebel & Tracie Morrissey

Original Argument:
It is acceptable for a woman to shove, slap, hit, and punch a man without him being physically aggressive towards her first.
From a Jezebel article (archive link), written by Tracie Egan Morrissey:

“With Amy Winehouse busting open a can of whupass on her husband last week, we decided to conduct an informal survey of the Jezebels to see who’s gotten violent with their men. After reviewing the answers, let’s just say that it’d be wise to never ever fuck with us.

One Jezebel got into it with a dude while they were breaking up, while another Jez went nuts on her guy and began violently shoving him. One of your editors heard her boyfriend flirting on the phone with another girl, so she slapped the phone out of his hands and hit him in the face and neck… “partially open handed.” Another editor slapped a guy when “he told me he thought he had breast cancer.” (Okay, that one made us laugh really hard.) And lastly, one Jez punched a steady in the face and broke his glasses. He had discovered a sex story she was writing about another dude on her laptop, so he picked it up and threw it. And that’s when she socked him. He was, uh, totally asking for it.”

Consistency Test:
It is acceptable for a man to shove, slap, hit, and punch a woman without her being physically aggressive towards him first.
When Universally Applied:

“With Amy Winehouse’s husband busting open a can of whupass on her last week, we decided to conduct an informal survey of us guys to see who’s gotten violent with their women. After reviewing the answers, let’s just say that it’d be wise to never ever fuck with us.

One guy got into it with a chick while they were breaking up, while another guy went nuts on his chick and began violently shoving her. One of your editors heard his girlfriend flirting on the phone with another guy, so he slapped the phone out of her hands and hit her in the face and neck… “partially open handed.” Another editor slapped a girl when “she told me she thought she had breast cancer.” (Okay, that one made us laugh really hard.) And lastly, one guy punched a steady in the face and broke her glasses. She had discovered a sex story he was writing about another chick on his laptop, so she picked it up and threw it. And that’s when he socked her. She was, uh, totally asking for it.”

Conclusion: Society does not condone man on woman acts of domestic violence, so neither should society condone woman on man acts of domestic violence. By Jezebel allowing Tracie Morrissey to publish the article in the first place and keep it published, they are further perpetuating a gender double standard, which is the opposite goal of the so called “gender equality” movement.

Opinion leaders we are holding accountable:

  1. Tracie Morrissey:
    • Development Producer at VICELAND (Vice Media)
    • Former editor, Jezebel.com.
  2. Jezebel.com (subsidiary of Gizmodo Media Group, formerly Gawker Media)
  3. Vice Media (Tracie’s current employer)

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Zip archive of Jezebel article: jezebel.com-294383-have-you-ever-beat-up-a-boyfriend-cause-uh-we-have