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By Tasha84 / Saturday 20 November 2010 05:21 / United States
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By  daniella4680  |  0

having to walk around with 50 extra pounds and then giving birth has killed women before. ever heard the term 'she died in child birth' yeah well ur penis can survive one kick if it needs to

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  cyaneyedangel  |  2

of course being kicked in the balls would hurt more.....a woman's body is designed to go through all those changes, and then POP out a kid, a mans balls were not designed to be kicked.

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  daniella4680  |  0

having to walk around with 50 extra pounds and then giving birth has killed women before. ever heard the term 'she died in child birth' yeah well ur penis can survive one kick if it needs to

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  bwhahaha_fml  |  10

okay think of it this way. after pregnancy after a year or so the woman would be like let's try for a next child. on the other hand you never hear a man say. jack, kick me in my balls again.

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  Mehness  |  0

45 - I know you're joking, but that idea's a bit flawed... girls can get cramps as a side effect of their period, whereas a guy being kicked in the balls will just hurt (and damage the little fellers).

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  teddygraham1  |  1

think about it this way, a man can get over being kicked in the balls without any medication... majority of women have some sort of medication either during or after labor to deal with their pains. also, the pain from being kicked in the balls goes away in less than a day, most women are in labor for more than that and aren't allowed any meds til almost the very end. imagine the pain of having a grape (or something slightly larger)come out the tip of your penis, that's probably about the equivalence of a woman pushing out a baby since our bodies accomodate for the babies head and body to come out.

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  cyaneyedangel  |  2

the large majority of women get their pain relief right at the beginning of labour, so feel very little pain. I work in a hospital, and have seen men in the emergency room with ruptures and other injuries, some very serious, from being kicked in the nuts.

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  teddygraham1  |  1

maybe it depends on the hospital and doctors, I know a lot of women who have had babies this year and I've got a friend in labor right now, doctors won't give them anything to relieve their pain until they're over halfway done. no one I know has gotten meds early on.

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  bridawg  |  0

if everyone thought the way Daniela does there would be no children anymore because men would be hit so hard in the balls they couldn't have kids anymore lol

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Well, a woman usually had a baby because she wants one. A man gets kicked in the ball whenever someone gets pissed at him. And don't tell me, "Oh, well you've never went through childbirth." I guess you're forgetting that men can have kidney stones, which are the equivalency of childbirth. Having a baby = usually because the girl wanted one. Kidney stones/ getting kicked in the balls = no warning whatsoever.

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Well, a woman usually had a baby because she wants one. A man gets kicked in the ball whenever someone gets pissed at him. And don't tell me, "Oh, well you've never went through childbirth." I guess you're forgetting that men can have kidney stones, which are the equivalency of childbirth. Having a baby = usually because the girl wanted one. Kidney stones/ getting kicked in the balls = no warning whatsoever.

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  acccccccc  |  1

Guys haveing a baby is worse i wouldnt know but my teacher told my class a couple of years ago. The real question should be what hurts more getting hit in the balls or hit in the boob. O.o

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  22

@ITrollYourFail Women can get kidney stones as well, they are not a male only condition so you really shouldn't present it as such. They also hurt like hell in both men and women because in both cases they have to pass though the urinary tract.

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  kennylou  |  0

LOL you think that the baby just slips out with only pain for a minute? No, there's cramps beforehand, ripping as it comes out, and being sore down there with stitches after. If your not kicked in the balls super hard, I doubt any of that happens.

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  Clarice1  |  9

After going through labor and delivery you get to be a mother. For most women that makes it worth the pain. Of course you don't want to get kicked in the balls again when you get nothing out of it.

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  Clarice1  |  9

Most women in the world give birth with no pain medication or epidural. It only makes sense to compare the two experiences as they would be without any outside interference -- no medication. Also, a kick in the balls that resulted in severe internal injury would be analogous to a birth with serious complications, not an average one that went as planned. Using the first as the basis of comparison for the third really isn't valid.

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  FTC_Socialist  |  3

Who cares which hurts more? I can't believe all the comments. Everyone knows childbirth hurts, and it's not a contest. Also epidurals are given after dilation, otherwise the cervix may not contract and pregnancy would no longer proceed. Let my stance on this be known though, since I took the time to write this. A man will never know the pain of pregnancy; a woman will never know the pain of trauma to the testes. This argument is futile, and begging to become a flame war. Oh, the kidney stone thing -- a man's urethra is much longer and stones have a greater distance to travel. This results in more damage in the male than female, ergo: male kidney stones are much more painful than women's stones.

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  hey2121  |  0

well every woman who has a child alwas says its worth it in the end so at least they can be like this is gonna be worth it. when a guy gets kickes in the balls there is absolutly nothing at all that is worth while

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  dannodavis  |  0

Actually, I must disagree with a comment made further down the thread. I didn't bother looking for the number, because i have better things to do. Someone said a male cannot die from trauma to the groin region, this is very untrue. IF and ONLY IF the damage is done quickly enough, and enough is done, the mind will go into shock. In some males this can trigger heart failure or something else along those lines. So, please, read about these things before you post. Ignorance is not bliss.

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  igoteffed  |  0

did you know if you get hit in the balls hard enough you can die? I think its a level playing field. (go into shock from being hit so hard and heart giving out if you wanted to know how)

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  CremeEggs  |  6

After going through childbirth and gallstones, I can tell you's that childbirth is worse, pain wise. Yes the gallstones were more constant, but that "ring of fire" they talk about when the baby moves through the cervix, fudge that burns. Not only that, but the contractions on top of that, and the possibility of being ripped/cut. Then there's those born breach, now apparently, they're even worse. Now, I'm not saying this because I'm female, but yes, I do believe that women are the stronger sex. Only because we are willing to go through all that again (and in some cases, again, and again, and again etc)

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  kcb98765  |  1

Guess what all of you guys? Does it take nine months of carrying around a child in your stomach to get kicked down there? Do you have morning sickness to get kicked? I didn't think so! So shut up and have a baby, then say something!

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  Awesomeaxel  |  24

"the stronger sex". Put a can in it for fucksake. Every girl thinks they are the stronger sex because they have to deal with childbirth and periods. Guys have painful things happening in different ways. No one is forcing you to do this shit. Stop acting like you are above males because of it

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