Liberal Gun Logic: It’s OK to Disrespect Women
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/05/31/liberal-gun-logic-its-ok-to-disrespect-women/#ixzz2VHkx0mSz
As an example, recently on Fox News Megyn Kelly was discussing the story about a woman from Oregon who called 911 as she was about to be attacked (again) by an ex-boyfriend. When she got 911 on the line she was told that due to budget cuts no help was available. This was followed by the 911 dispatcher asking the caller if she could ask the attacker to “go away.” That was the scope of the help available from the government in that particular Oregon county. Unfortunately for the caller she was severely beaten, choked, and brutally raped….More at Liberal Gun Logic: It’s OK to disrespect women | The Daily Caller
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Female Self Defense Weapons
There are many concerns pertaining to female safety these days and Female Self Defense Weapons that are available, which ones provide the best protection seem to be the topic. From talking to customers and getting opinions from an online distributor who has been selling personal protection products for some time now I’ve noticed several things that women seem to point out versus the answers I will get from male customers thinking of self defense products.
The first thing I have figured out is the majority of women really favor pepper spray and or pepper gels or foams as their primary self defense products…More at One thought on “Female Self Defense Weapons”
Intuition & Trust
Ironically, “broken down on the side of the freeway” is the scenario that I use most in teen and adult classes when demonstrating verbal and physical skills in context. When I introduce the scenario, I sometimes hear gasps or murmurs of agreement, especially from women, as that is a situation that truly worries them….More at Intuition & Trust | Impact Personal Safety
Talk to Your Kids about Personal Safety
Founded by President Ronald Reagan in 1983, National Missing Children’s Day (May 25th) was dedicated to highlight the problem of abducted and missing children. Few situations are more troubling than when a child goes missing; fortunately, there are ways to improve the safety of children when parents aren’t around. Take25.org, a website affiliated with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, suggests taking 25 minutes to talk with your child about personal safety. Opening up a dialogue with your child, regardless of age, will give you the opportunity to learn more about your child’s habits and empower them with tools to avoid dangerous situations. Below are Take 25’s suggested conversation starters; you can also download a list of additional ideas and follow @iTake25 on Twitter to keep informed on topics related to child safety.…More at Talk to Your Kids about Personal Safety – Commonwealth …
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