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Women Need Guns

October 16, 2017

Women Need Guns

It is interesting that most out-spoken and politically militant feminists that I know do not support the Second Amendment. 

I know many less “stridently militant” feminists who courageously act upon their firm beliefs in equal opportunity and respect for all; and of course equal treatment under the law. I have watched them strive to be the best they can be in pursuit of all of their personal goals: As daughters, mothers, wives, and in their work-places, etc.  

As you likely know, America’s Second Amendment guarantees every law-abiding citizen’s the right to self-protection with a firearm, when it is absolutely necessary.

One area in which women really are inferior to men is in the biologically based differences in physical strength and the ability to inflict damage to someone with their bare hands.

Of course there are exceptions to this rule. But, unless you are one of those female exceptions, I must advise that you obtain professional training in the safe use, maintenance and storage of a firearm appropriate to your needs and skill level.

Finally, I challenge you to evaluate this short video and then present a persuasive argument supporting why women should not feel comfortable exercising their right to own a firearm.

https://www.prageru.com/courses/political-science/gun-rights-are-womens-rights

V. Thomas Mawhinney Ph.D., 10/16/17


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