Battered Women’s Syndrome

Battered Women’s Syndrome

March 24, 2012 by lmw814  
Published in Women

An article about a syndrome in which women who are sufferers can use as a defense for murder. What is this syndrome about and it’s symptoms?

Self-defense for Women

Self-defense for Women

October 27, 2011 by Engel888  
Published in Women

Tips for women regarding self-defense when you are faced with a threatening situation. Whether or not you have taken a class, there are a few things to keep in mind.

Best Handgun for a Woman

Best Handgun for a Woman

August 15, 2011 by mcraven011  
Published in Women

Women are more likely to be attacked in the street men and a serious crime and not try to disarm a woman who goes to jail for 15 years knowing it was the woman who sent him there, since many criminals can be misogynistic that women do not like being in control.

&Ldquo;an Essay in Defense of The Female Sex”

&Ldquo;an Essay in Defense of The Female Sex”

June 10, 2011 by TessEvans  
Published in Women

The following explication is from “An Essay in Defense of the Female Sex”, written by Judith Drake during the Enlightenment era.

Abused Women and Best Defense

Abused Women and Best Defense

March 20, 2011 by vampielust  
Published in Women

News have shown the shocking statistics of crime against women. Some of these crimes happened in most unexpected situation and location.

How to Choose Self Defense Program

How to Choose Self Defense Program

December 16, 2010 by harrisdy  
Published in Women

According to statistics, violent crimes happen every 22 seconds and robbery every 15 seconds in the United States. Especially at this time of economic crisis, crime rate continuous to rise due to high unemployment rate. No one should ignore the fact that the streets are not as safe as they used to. That’s why it is important to learn self-defense particularly for women.

Lift Your Voice as a Weapon

Lift Your Voice as a Weapon

October 6, 2009 by pancysingh  
Published in Women

Shouting will temporarily stun the attacker, but only the first time. The response appears to be universal – the person you shout at is momentarily stunned, and usually blinks as their head moves slightly back.