No, but this is true only as a subset of the argument that verbal abuse should never be responded to with a physical attack. Verbal abuse is not acceptable, and a partner enduring it should have resources to be able to either get their partner anger management and non-violent communication counseling or to be able to end the relationship.
Are there any situations in life (not necessarily in relationship) in which it is justified for a man to hit a woman for verbally abusing him? See also: Is it ever justified to hit a person for verbal abuse?
I like how people are against male on female physical violence for verbal abuse but people are completely fine with female on male physical violence for verbal abuse.
Personally I'm a firm believer in equal rights, if you're dumb enough to hit me, man or woman, I will hit you back. I'm not fine with female on male physical violence and I'm not fine with male on female violence, but should you decide to to become violent, I'm more than capable of ending it.
It's really a simple rule, don't hit me I won't hit you.
Do you mean, "Is it ever justified to hit a person for verbal abuse?" We're supposed to be equal, remember?
A man, a strong man has no right to raise hand and hit a woman. Those who hit their mothers, sisters and wives, they are not men. They are rags and "very bad words".
The only valid reason for physical violence is self defense. This shouldn't differ per gender, if any person hits you that's a valid reason to defend yourself.