Front Sight blogs here about how the system fails to protect women.
You can judge a society by how it protects women and children. And I mean society, not government. (Government protects no one but itself. Just look at the many court opinions holding that the police have no legal duty to protect you.)
We are all safer when women learn to protect themselves with firearms. (Obviously, the unchivalrous among us could benefit by standing aside while women protect themselves, but that's not my point.)
Women are magnets for all sorts of miscreants who attack more than just women, and there is not always a man around to protect them. More armed women, less miscreants.
Women are often the only adults near our children. This alone impels us as a society to demand that women arm themselves.
Women are the primary teachers in terms of moral guidance, in the critical early years of child development. "The hand that rocks the cradle, rules the world."
For the sake of the moral development of our body politic, it would help if women of the 21st century knew, through firearms training (re-set from mass media brainwashing), what women of the 19th century instinctively knew and saw inscribed on their firearms: “No matter what his strength or size, depend on me… I equalize.”
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