Thread from the relationshit advice place. Won't link it but it was pretty popular with 3k upvotes.
Tbh I'll give the relationshit place credit. They were very well aware of the strength difference between men and women. Even the female commenters self reported getting overpowered by smaller men. But a reoccurring theme with the OP's gf and even female commenters is just how SURPRISED they were when they first realised the strength gapm
Let's take a look shall we...
I (21M) met her (20F) 6 months ago. We go to the same college.
Seems to have LTR'd her either just before or during the CC. LTR during college is a bad sign, but oh well.
Now we would usually wrestle for fun but I'd always let her win. I think she took pride in winning but whenever I told her I wasn't going serious, she would say "yeah right" . But if it made her happy it wasn't an issue.
Didn't assert his dominance, and let her win for "her happiness". Very BP signs.
Also notice how she says "yeah right"? Her deluded brain actually believes she is winning.
Now I'm not a big guy. I'm about 5"10 and 175lbs. I'm skinny fat basically.
TLDR - I look like shit.
I occasionally lift weights so I'm pretty strong.
Translation - I've been to the gym 2 or 3 times.
She's 5"11 and 165-170lbs. She plays Volleyball for our college at a competitive level, so she's an athlete.
Okay, so his GF is a competitive collegiate athlete and basically the same size as OP.
Well the other day she initiated another wrestle and I let her win, until she said "ok let's see what you got". I wasn't sure what she meant so I asked her and she asked me to go serious.
OP's girlfriend begins to wake up from delusion. She knows he isn't really trying. But has deluded herself to believe she can still stand a chance.
So we wrestled and I pinned her rather quickly. She tried to break free but couldn't.
Reality manifests itself. Reality is that despite being of similar size and way less athletic, he's still far stronger than her.
I could tell she was a bit shaken so she asked to go again, and we went again but i got her in a headlock.
OP's gf is "shaken", aka her reality is being shattered. She is realizing the lies that BP society and feminism have taught her.
I didn't squeeze too hard, but just enough to hold her and she tapped. We went a third time and i pinned her.
OP says he "didn't squeeze too hard", meaning that he's STILL holding back and easily winning. Even with restrained strength, he makes her tap in a regular headlock (not even a real chokehold).
At that point she seemed confused and things got a bit awkward.
"Confused" means that she's realised what she's been told is a complete lie.
She then told me she never knew I was serious when I said I wasn't really trying.
Aka her hamster brain was spinning so much that she genuinely thought she was winning.
Since then, her mood has been lower. She's usually bubbly but this time I noticed she was low and a bit mopey.
OP's girlfriend is adjusting to her new reality, as she has realized the extent of male strength. Hell she probably doesn't even know that he was STILL holding back when he beat her.
OP mentions in another comment that he is "quite strong" because he bench presses 80kg. Make what you will of that, but benching your own BW isn't that impressive by lifting standards. He probably is stronger than the average dude (who apparently can only bench 60kg), but whatever.
TLDR -, a skinny fat male with minimal lifting experience and lack of athletic background, completely DESTROYED a female collegiate volleyball player of the same size, while holding back.
Now this shouldn't be a surprise to anyone with half a brain, but feminism and BP society, have convinced women that they can kick ass. Probably a lot of them influenced by the dumb hollywood movies. And I wouldn't doubt that BP folk encouraged this nonsense belief.