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In my opinion, it's wrong to hit anyone. (Except in the case of self defense, in which case, they shouldn't be hitting you)
However, not everyone believes that, so, when they got it coming, whether they're male or female, they deserve it. Since some people firmly believe women are as tough as men (Which I agree to at times), why do they still think it's wrong to hit a girl?
Unlike rock or metal, power chords and repeated techniques don't work here.
If you want to be a good jazz musician, you have to know every scale, technique, and note that you can use in a song, and be ready to use it at any given time, in order to ensure that your song doesn't become repetitive or boring.
"Power isn't a feeling. Respect isn't a feeling. Morals, honour etc isn't feelings."
You are partly right; Respect/Power/Honor is a feeling, but not an emotion.
You can feel powerful and respected, as well as honored.
We need to think about feelings and emotions, let's take a serial killer for example.
Does he feel guilt or remorse for what he did? Probably not, unless he's at his execution or on his deathbed. What I'm saying is, a lack of feelings is something to be concerned about.