Townhall editor Katie Pavlich is the author of the nonfiction Assault & Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women, which examines how the far left purveys sexism. That makes her the perfect host for the new Prager University video Gun Rights Are Women’s Rights.
Pavlich opens with, “Do you want equality between men and women? I do. Which is why I own a gun. My Glock 43 is my equalizer. Too NRA for you? Then, let’s take a step back and think about this. I will start with this premise: Men are physically stronger than women.”
She adds, “I know: even this is controversial these days. But men have more muscle mass and greater bone density; they run faster, and punch harder. It’s called ‘biology.’” Pavlich emphasizes, “If a woman is going to protect herself against a man who intends to do her serious harm, she needs to even the odds. And what’s the best way for her to do that? Own a gun . . . and know how to use it.”
Pavlich said, “Given this, you would think that feminists would be lining up in front of gun shops, spending quality time at the shooting range, and filing for concealed carry permits. But when was the last time you heard a feminist speak out for women owning guns? You haven’t, because feminists aren’t for gun ownership. They’re for taking guns away from women.”
At a time when NRA spokesperson and Second Amendment advocate Dana Loesch is forced to move from her home because of violent threats from far left gun control advocates, this video is more relevant now than ever.
Watch the video below:
Read more at PragerU: Gun Rights Are Women’s Rights.