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  1. Raitaro is offline

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    5/05/2006 9:18am


     Style: JKD, MuayThai, BJJ, Kali

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    Hell yeah! Hell no!

    Serious gender problems :P *Sorry Aeso, couldn't resist <3 GG

    Okay so we were in the middle of a typical sparring session and I was paired with a woman. I didnt mind but she was new and seemed kind of uncomfortbale. So naturally I started with a few strikes and was glad to know she was a good fighter. Attmepting to block counter strike etc. It was only when we started grappling everythign went wrong. She managed to get ontop of me due to the fact I lost balance and was tryign to pound me. But she was new so she didnt put enough effort into it and I decided to teach her a lesson and started a straight armlock. She struggled and we ended up in some kind of weird hug that had my arm stuck under her arm and touching her breats (I was behind her) at which point she stood up screamed and went out the class.

    So heres my questions.
    Is this my fault?
    Does this happen often while fighting female fighters


    (Im not trying to offend anyone or anything x,x)
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    That's the right way to win: stand up, scream and hint sexual harassment! That's the real anti-grapple that everyone has been talking about.
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  3. Raitaro is offline

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    5/05/2006 9:26am


     Style: JKD, MuayThai, BJJ, Kali

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Villain
    The solution here is to clearly learn an art that works so that when you go to armbar someone in the future, you aren't just fondling their chest.
    So thats not the point of an armbar????
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  4. Shawarma is online now

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    Why are you telling an online forum this when you should have straightened things out with her immediately afterwards?
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  5. DAYoung is offline
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    Passive-aggressive. Perhaps he did Aikido before FMA.
    Martial Arts and Philosophy: Beating and Nothingness
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  6. Stick is offline
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    Posted On:
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    hall of famestaff
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    What the hell is this?
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raitaro
    Is this my fault?
    So... it's her fault you groped her? Your instructor? Mine? Society?

    You either intentionally copped a feel or you were unaware that girls have breasts and you shouldn't put your hands on them. Your fault either way. And now your entire school knows you're a pervert.


    Good luck with that.
    You can't make people smarter. You can expose them to information, but your responsibility stops there.
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  8. Raitaro is offline

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     Style: JKD, MuayThai, BJJ, Kali

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawarma
    Why are you telling an online forum this when you should have straightened things out with her immediately afterwards?
    She left the class. I need to wait till next week.

    Also how is it my fault. She turned round while I was putting her in an armbar and she grabbed my arm s I couldnt move >.<
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    Posted On:
    5/05/2006 11:21am


     Style: Aikido, Boxing, MT

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    (Time for a serious response)

    Yes, it is your "fault" your arm was there, you have control over your arm. But there was nothing wrong with what you did. From another angle; no, its not your fault she got offended by something she obviously shouldn't have taken offense to. That sort of thing happens when you grapple, and she should know that. I've grappled with women before and sometimes an arm or hand does get stuck in that region. Hell, I've had my arm pinned across their chest by THEM, so they could armbar me from guard. If a woman really feels she is being molested, she should go to the instructor, not throw a fit and walk away. But if she's afraid of being touched then she has no business in a MA gym.
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    5/05/2006 11:24am

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    I got couple of questions, how does an armbar turn into a hug?

    What the **** is in your style field?

    Why didn't you say sorry when the incident happened, pervert?

    And Last and most certainly the most important question, what the **** is this in DHS for??????
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