Rape Culture Wins Again: When Miss Nevada Told Women to Learn Self-Defense to Avoid Rape, the Femi-Nazis Freaked

Editor’s Note: You would think of all people, the feminists would be for women learning self-defense to prevent rape; but no, they abhor that thought. Yes, that’s right ladies.  They would prefer you to roll over and beg for mercy, instead of kick that good-for-nothing’s a** before he did anything to you. Check out what a few select feminists had to say.

‘We shouldn’t teach women self-defense so they can avoid being raped, rather we should only teach men it is bad to rape.’

That’s the logic coming from leftist feminists in response to Miss Nevada Nia Sanchez, now Miss USA, suggesting last night that women should learn self-defense in order to prevent or avoid being sexually assaulted. Sanchez is a fourth degree black belt in taekwondo.

First, Miss Nevada’s suggestion during Miss USA last night and after she won the title:

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 “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 into the public,”Nia Sanchez said. “But I think more awareness is very important so women can learn how to protect themselves. Myself, as a fourth-degree black belt, I learned from a young age that you need to be confident and be able to defend yourself. And I think that’s something that we should start to really implement for a lot of women.”

Second, the reaction:

Miss Nevada might be gorgeous, but needs to realize teaching self defense to women isn’t the solution for ending sexual assault#YesAllWomen

— Elisabeth Jasina (@jasinae) June 9, 2014

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