Here in the US violence is not uncommon, and normally most fights go "under the radar" so to speak. Now when the fight involves a male and a female normally the man will be held accountable for everything no matter the case. I've noticed it's starting to become an ongoing issues where women start or pick fights with men thinking is ok to spit, slap, choke, bite, kick or punch without reprocussions. I'm not saying this is right, but I do feel that there needs to be a line drawn to where reactions are justified. http://www.worldstar...q85Q0SUro3x38mr The video above shows the latest issue with Male vs Female violence, now clearly the bus driver should have stopped himself. He reacted after being spit on and slapped in the face, not to mention the verbal abuse he took for some time. In New York assaulting an MTA working is a felony punishable up to 7 years in prison. Her assault happened while the driver was operating the bus, so others were at risk. Among the people who were on the bus one had crutches and there were 3 elderly people aboard. Another situation that has happened recently was the attack on an ex-con in a McDonalds by two women who jumped over the counter to assault him due to him refusing to accept a fake bill as payment. I'm mainly writing this as an open ended conversation about the issue to see how others feel about this matter. Please no finger pointing at fellow tempers, flaming, bashing, name calling, or anything of the sort. Thank you in advance for all input and views.