Women Conquer Men With Their Fists
This planet went through a phase of women’s liberation akin to our world in the 1970s. With a crucial difference.
Women held public protests. Men whistled and insulted the liberationists. At first the women stood silent, indifferent.
One day a woman grabbed two male construction workers mocking her friends. Her smashing, irresistible fists swiftly knocked them unconscious. Her sisters cheered.
The event went viral. News channels repeated clips of the men’s defeat for weeks. Some disapproved of the woman’s actions. Mostly men. Others held pompous debates. Again, mostly men.
Inspired women who had never visited a gym started on stringent courses of strength and endurance training. Female martial artists’ classes filled auditoriums.
Sexist remarks earned men black eyes and busted lips. Women demanded equality and respect.
Men had bigger muscles. Women’s greater cunning, speed and stamina compensated for physiological differences.
Men were afraid of what they had once called the weaker sex. Wives became head of households. Husbands never neglected chores.
Boyfriends could not imagine life without their girlfriends. Intimacy blended with intimidation. As young men became reluctant to initiate sex, young women took charge.
A momentary act of aggression earned a beat down. Women were tired of talk. Punches improved male behavior better than words.
Women felt contempt for men. Males needed punishment to behave properly. Equality no longer seemed sufficient. Women saw their superiority.
The Female Supremacy Movement began. Older men resisted. Older women made them regret defiance.
Younger males fawned on women. They eagerly sought to please every woman they met.
Male servility became fashionable. Then a basic way of living.
Women tolerated no disobedience. Angered, a woman never hesitated to punish a man. Even in public. Bruised faces inspired no sympathy. Everyone assumed the man deserved his beating.
Women soon controlled the government and the world. Men lost the franchise but were not formally enslaved. Men did as women told them. Attempts at masculine independence were foolish if not criminal.
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