Man Perfectly Explains Women's 'Rage' Using Brutal Analogy So All Men Can Finally Understand It | 22 Words

An author has taken to Twitter to create the perfect analogy of how women have been made to deal with sexual assault, and the result is both powerful and tragic...

Author A.R. Moxon has recently taken to Twitter to invite men of all ages, colors, shapes and sizes to take part in his empathy test.

In the series of Tweets that follow, he created an analogy in which he addresses women's experience with violence and sexual assault in a way men could understand... Getting "kicked in the nuts."

It might sound silly, but his intentions behind the test are apparent from the very first post...

And his story has come at the most influential time, as Judge Brett Kavanaugh has just been confirmed to the US Supreme Court. Take a look at his harrowing story below...

Moxon said that his analogy might not be perfect, and has received both positive and negative feedback since posting.

“I chose nut-kicking because there isn’t a man alive that doesn’t understand exactly what a nut-shot is, and, with very few exceptions, none who would ever want it or seek it out or go out ‘asking’ for it," he explained. “Most importantly, no man confuses getting kicked in the nuts with sex. It’s very clearly violence, even though it involves sex organs. The idea of growing up in a society where getting hoofed in the balls is normalized behavior, systematically if tacitly allowed by a complicit society, and frequently confused with a pleasurable activity like sex, would rightfully be horrifying to any guy."

He continued...

“The Kavanaugh confirmation proves once again that one of the primary drivers of our society right now is normalized abuse and enablement of abuse," Moxon added. “In such a society, the telling of wrong is itself seen as the wrong. It’s unutterably sad. It’s why the country has a bully with the mind of a cruel child as president, supported by power, cheered by crowds." His story is both powerful and haunting, and sadly, so important right now.