Easy. When they are under threat of violence. And I suppose if someone you didn't know in an unusual place was over the top on their reaction to your woman, generally speaking most men normally voice their disapproval. Which normally elicits an apology from the erring party. And failure to apologize, or if they doubled down or continued insulting or making your woman feel uncomfortable... Perhaps, at that point, a resort to violence is NOT acceptable, but understandable.So it has become clear that Will was in the wrong but it begs the question..
When is it right for a man to step in and defend someone be it a wife/family member/friend/stranger?
How many more fucking times, they have an open marriage , he has been linked with plenty of other women , she didnt expect him to defend her honour , he just did it because he loves herKind of strange. Will Smith's wife openly cheats on him, then expects him to defend her "honour" when a joke is made a her expense. If she will not honour the marriage bed, why should he defend her?
How many more fucking times, they have an open marriage , he has been linked with plenty of other women , she didnt expect him to defend her honour , he just did it because he loves her
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