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GaldraChevaliere wrote

There is nothing crazy or violent about protecting yourself from assault. It's gross as fuck that she did that, and your sexes don't make it okay. You don't have to lay her out, but you have every right to draw a line and make it clear you don't want that. If it happens again, and I really hope it doesn't, make a scene. Raise your voice and tell her you don't want that, and not to do it again. If she tries again, slap her hand away. But I'd hope nobody with any worth would judge you for that.

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edmund_the_destroyer wrote

I would add that anyone who treats him inappropriately for that reaction is not a good person. Sometimes the friends we lose turn out to have been people not worth befriending.