We witness a scene at Enies Lobby that has been the subject of endless speculation regarding Sanji: his “politics” when it comes to fighting with women. Later, in an SBS of Oda, we find out that Sanji can’t hurt women. – not that he doesn’t want to, but that he physically can’t.
D: Here is my question: on page 80 of volume 42, Sanji says “I was brought up never to hit a woman”. Could this have been a lesson from Zeff the Chief? Does this mean that Zeff is also very gentle with women? Tell me. by Ariga-san
O: Oops, this one is from the same person as the previous one. But it’s a good question, so I’ll answer it. When I drew Sanji vs. Kalifa (Chapter 403), some people praised Sanji’s position and others felt sorry for him. In truth, I didn’t really want to write these lines. Sanji doesn’t have a “policy” of not hitting women; the truth is he can’t hit them. He is a very proud man. I think he was really frustrated by that. I think Nami recognized him and chose to congratulate him for once. It’s a scene that I hope will resonate with male readers, but everyone is free to take it as they see fit. Besides, Zeff is just a man among men.
Many fans are still criticizing Sanji for not fighting Kalifa in Enies Hall, potentially endangering Robin and everyone else. But according to SBS, he hasn’t chosen not to, he just can’t. It’s as if, despite all his efforts, his body physically prevents him from doing so.
We already know he got this from Zeff, who said he would castrate Sanji and then kill himself if Sanji harmed a woman.
He was probably just using tough love as usual – or maybe he has a personal reason to despise those who hit women so much, who knows – but those words had a huge impact on Sanji. who was abused and abandoned by his first father. This scared him so much that he would rather die than hit a woman, that is, become someone Zeff hates.