On FightingPosted: November 18, 2012 | |
i fight. i’ve always had to. i’m trained to. this scene best encapsulates fighting from a male perspective. notice how it takes a woman to calm the lions. take heed on that ladies.
what you don’t hear is the part after this scene where the narrator (the older brother) tells you how at some point, boy’s need to know their limits. brothers have to fight just to build a foundation of respect. i don’t have brothers. i had to fight neighborhood kids i had “disagreements” with. i fought, and watched boys fight.
but men today have been neutered. i could wipe the floor with most men out there. for me, the outcome of a fight is irrelevant. krav helps, but in the end only mars who will win.
i would beg parents reading this blog to teach their boys to fight. at some point….they might just save you. trust. ask my mom if she’s worried when she’s out with me. ask any gf i’ve dated if she ever felt insecure when out with me. my mom, my gf’s, they know….you’re with danny- he WILL protect you.