The new winner of Miss USA, Nia Sanchez, has a fourth degree black belt in taekwondo. One of her main points in her interview was safety for women amidst the statistics on rape, especially in colleges and universities:
Miss Nevada, who has a fourth-degree black belt in taekwondo, won the title of Miss USA 2014 in Baton Rouge on Sunday night.
In the second interview, Sanchez was asked by Rumer Willis about a statistic that says 19% of female college students in the US are sexually assaulted, why universities may try to hide the issue and what can be done to fix the problem.
‘I believe that some colleges may potentially be afraid of having a bad reputation and that would be a reason it could be swept under the rug, because they don’t want that to come out in public,’ Sanchez said in reply.
‘More awareness is very important so women can learn how to protect themselves,’ she added.
‘Myself, as a fourth-degree black belt, I learned at a young age that you need to be confident and be able to defend yourself. And I think that’s something we should really implement for a lot of women.’
What about your daughter? Could she handle herself if she were attacked by some thug?
Etiquette flew out the window twenty years ago, and our neighborhoods are now seeing perverts and pedophiles aplenty. Young and old men alike behave like groping, brutish, and offensive horn dogs who would love nothing more than to get gross with our daughters.
I am not cool with this.
And should some perp cross the line by threatening my daughters’ lives, I would have no problem personally pounding him into the pavement for the glory of God and the betterment of mankind. In my family, I am alpha dog: provider, protector, hunter, and hero.
Even though I wouldn’t bat an eye or lose a nanosecond of sleep sending some sack of slop to an early grave, I do, sadly, realize that I am not omnipresent and that my daughters are going to have to rely upon themselves as the first line of defense.
Since I would never want one of my darlings to be at the mercy of one of these hell-bent toads, I have made certain that my babies know how to render a bad guy severely inoperative and, if need be, kill him.
Not even out of their teens yet, both of my daughters were assistant instructors in Jiu-Jitsu and had extensive training with knives and guns; they have the ability to use and remove these weapons from a mentally defective dude who might have to die in order to learn something. This is my definition of girl power: girls having the attitude, skill, and force to pulverize a felonious punk.
Why am I insistent about having daughters who are able to fight? Well, it’s principally because of these eight statistics:
One rape or sexual assault occurs every two minutes.
One violent crime occurs every five seconds in the US.
172 women are physically and/or sexually assaulted every hour.
261,000 rapes and sexual assaults occurred in the US in 2000.
90,186 forcible rapes were reported to police in 2000.
In a six-month US Department of Justice study, 2.8 percent of college women experienced rape.
83 percent of rape or sexual assault victims were victimized by someone they knew.
One murder occurs every 34 minutes.
For your ladies to survive and thrive around the sickos, they’ve got to have the mind-set that they will not be victimized. Their attitude lets the pervert know that they will have no trouble hurting him or sending him to an early roast on the second concentric circle of Dante’s Hibachi.
Now, because I do not believe in anyone being at the mercy of the merciless, as stated, my girls have been training in martial arts (namely Jui-Jitsu) from an early age—and not just any Jui Jitsu school, but the world-famous Gracie Jui-Jitsu school. I recommend parents that you enroll your daughters in a great martial school asap and see that she sticks with it until she gets her black belt.
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