Boston Red Sox Women’s In The Dust V-Neck Jersey Fashion Top
Step onto the field in this Boston Red Sox Women’s In The Dust V-Neck Jersey Fashion Top- and you’ll leave your awestruck opponents dead in their tracks. Features embroidered logo on chest and locker tag. Contrast stitching and sleeves heightens detailed design Easy to care 100% polyester interlock Officially licensed by MLB
List Price: 39.99
In the last few days, I’ve spent time in a couple of different firearm stores, a gun show, and at my local range, and at each locale, I have been overwhelmed with the negative attitudes I have received from male shooters. One group of these males are the “Ladies’ Men.” These are the kinds of guys who try to use their gear and their “expertise” as a manner of impressing whatever women may be at the range. For these guys, going to the range is like picking up chicks at the bar. It’s a way for them to assert their masculinity in order to attract a female who has some interest in guns. But, I’m not at the range to find my future boyfriend. I have no interest in hearing how “manly” some guy is because he owns firearms. I’m there to shoot. Another group of guys who are disrespectful to female range goers are the “Protectors.” These are the kinds of guys who express condescension in their interactions with female shooters. Their “advice” and “direction” comes out of a sort of concern for the “weaker sex.” The Protectors are the guys who tell women to shoot .22LR, for example. Their reasoning is that a female can’t handle a larger caliber and may either lose control of the firearm or break their wrist trying to manage recoil. Another example is that women ought to only shoot revolvers because they lack the strength to properly rack a slide or the intellect to operate a magazine. They automatically assume that females don’t have the same capacity to handle firearms as males. To …
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