Punch - Netflix

A tragic union of a man and a woman in a world where fist comes before the law, they choose love before fist to find hope in their future... Punch! Yoo-bin looses her only family, her brother, Yoo-cheol, from a boxing match, and is left alone in the world. She lives a difficult life but an opportunity to become a female boxer makes her a grown women. Boxer by day and night[club solicitor by night. But, Han-Sae is a very fast and skilled fighter. Even when Han-sae knows that Yoo-bin is Yoo-cheol's sister, he is attracted to her by her fresh image.]{}

Punch - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 65 minutes

Premier: 2003-10-15

Punch - Donkey punch - Netflix

Donkey punch is a slang term for the sexual practice of inflicting blunt force trauma to the back of the head or lower back of the receiving partner during anal or vaginal sex as an attempt by the penetrating partner to induce involuntary tightening of internal or external anal sphincter muscles or vaginal passage of the receiving partner. According to Dr. Jeffrey Bahr of Medical College of Wisconsin, there is no reflex in humans that would cause such tensing in response to a blow on the head, although striking a partner on the back of the neck or head could cause severe, even lethal injury.

Punch - Urban legend - Netflix

Sex columnist Dan Savage has discussed the alleged practice on several occasions. In 2004, Savage referred to the donkey punch as “a sex act that exists only in the imaginations of adolescent boys,” adding "no one has ever attempted “the Pirate,” just as no one has ever performed a Hot Karl, delivered a Donkey Punch, or inserted an Icy Mike. They’re all fictions." Responding to an enquiry from Wikipedia editors, he again discussed the donkey punch urban legend in his “Savage Love” column in 2006. He wrote, “attempting a Donkey Punch can lead to ... unpleasant outcomes,” including “injury, death or incarceration”; he also pointed out that it “doesn't even work.” He quoted Jeffrey Bahr, a faculty member at the Medical College of Wisconsin,

To the best of my knowledge, there is no definitive reflex in the human neurophysiology that induces involuntary tightening of the anal sphincter after receiving blunt force trauma to the occiput, or back of the head. ... Trauma to any part of the head can have serious ramifications. Pain, intracranial hemorrhage, memory loss, neck injury, and possibly some related sensory deficits in the arms and legs. A strong enough blow to the back of an unsuspecting person's head could result in a vertebral fracture which, I hope most people know, could cause paralysis or even death.

Jordan Tate, commenting in The Contemporary Dictionary of Sexual Euphemisms (2007) on the “almost purely theoretical nature” of the term, claimed,

The donkey punch originated in the late twentieth century sometime after the sexual revolution, when the empowerment of women was threatening the place of men in contemporary society. This shift in gender paradigms left men feeling threatened, and to reassert their authority, they created and popularized these theoretical and violent euphemisms. ... The secondary reward of the donkey punch is the creation, or reinforcement, of the ideal power structure, or solidifying existing gender roles.

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