women and guns

f you spend a few minutes on the NRA website, you would think that this part of the world has really changed. No matter where you look on the site, women are featured in videos about gun training, using guns, hunting with guns and, most of all, defending themselves with guns.
"The gender gap in violence is found in almost every culture around the world."
To give you a sweet-and-sour taste--like the cheapest, shittiest Chinese food you've ever tasted--of life in the trenches of Thinkstock, I've gone ahead and rounded up some of our favorite search terms, side by gender side.
Despite her strong emphasis on the need to prevent violent crimes against women at home, Trotter is an outspoken opponent
The authors very stirringly make their case for the AR-15 as the choice of self-defense for discerning women: We are rational
A clear majority of Americans have no place for guns in their lives. And recognizing the factors that have led to this continued decline it doesn't look like most Americans are going to be changing their minds anytime soon.
The gun lobby's vision of more guns, anywhere, and at any time, clearly doesn't fit with the vision held by most Americans and, particularly, by most women.