There are "related" double standards to this in the world; but the examples here aren't particularly meaningful or coherent.
And before you jump at me, yes I have a master of law.
To be honest, it's not double standards. It's different. One thing happened on purpose (you cant accidentally take nude pictures of someone and post them) but the glass in the face assault was more of an accident. Yes it looks horrible but she didn't mean for it to happen, she just got mad and threw a glass at him. Reckless, stupid and definitely not ok, of course but it's not like she broke a bottle against the table, leaped on and him stabbed him in the face screaming "you will never be pretty again once Im done with you".
Not sure why you said "Now, the question is, is the fact that I'm not American going to cause you to present an ad hominem rather than address my post? "
I'm not American either, what's the point of that?
For some reason I can't quote you right now, question directed at Kaiserith
Yep, there's a double standard in the dealings between men and women in the eyes of the law. That's reality. Deal with it.
EDIT: if you don't like it, do something about it. There have been folks who have done so for centuries.
"Generally, an intoxicated person is incapable of acting as an ordinary prudent and cautious person would act under similar conditions. In recognition of this factor, the law may allow intoxication to be used as a defense to certain crimes. In many jurisdictions, intoxication is a defense to specific-intent crimes. The underlying rationale is that the intoxicated individual cannot possess the requisite mental state necessary to establish the offense."
I don't know man, I think he'll look like a badass when those scars heal a little.
But yeah, intoxication should have absolutely zero influence on the sentence - unless you're prohibited from being intoxicated, then the sentence should obviously be more severe.