Radical feminists — as if any other kind exists — are always prattling on about how they’re fighting for equality, doing anything and everything they can to supposedly erase the distinctions between men and women.Because according to their twisted ideology, there is no difference.
Tell that to a woman who is about to get assaulted by a six foot, 250-pound rapist who is hell bent on making her his next victim.
Strangely, feminists would tell this poor lady to just pee herself as a defense against her would-be attacker. That doesn’t really level the playing field though.
You know what does? This meme explains it best…
Yes, if feminists were truly serious about making men and women equal, they’d be encouraging ladies to pack pistols as a means of self-defense, because at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter how big a fellow is when he’s staring down the barrel of a 9 mm.
Small, medium, or large. A bullet stops them all.Fortunately, it seems women are starting to wake up to the fact that there are a lot of bad people in the world, and while no one relishes the thought of using a gun on another person, it’s better to have the means to defend yourself and your family than to be unprepared.
Here’s just one of those stories.According to WACP.Com, The best fight is no fight, but Kristie Young still wants to know how to defend herself and her family. That’s why she applied for her concealed carry license.
“I think people think, as women, that the men should be able to protect everything, but I want to be somewhere and even be with my husband and even be on the same level, playing field and be able to protect all of us if we need to,” said Kristie Young, a Johnstown resident.
Vicky Bretz walks in the woods with her grandchildren and fears for their safety.
“I would have never thought I would have owned a gun, but times have changed,” said Bretz, another Johnstown resident.
The Cambria County Special Emergency Response Team (SERT) offers firearms safety and concealed carry courses throughout the year. Sergeant Michael Plunkard teaches the class. He said more and more people are applying for their concealed carry license, especially women.
“I’m not really sure why, but there definitely is a bigger population of women taking the class. We’ve had all women classes before,” said Sgt. Plunkard, who works for the Johnstown Police Department.
In 2014, Cambria County approved more than 3,500 concealed carry licenses. In 2016, there were more than 5,700. In 2017, the total number of licenses is on track to exceed 6,200.
A report released just two years ago, covered by Townhall, stated concealed carry permits among women is up over 200 percent from the number of ladies packing heat in 2007.
That, dear friends, is true equality.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]