The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Bearing Arms
To call the crime of rape a horrific event is to put things far too mildly. The English language really does seem to lack the words to describe just how terrible such a thing is in the life of a victim.
While there is much debate taking place about sexual assault right now following the allegations against Harvey Weinstein, one thing that no one is debating is that rape is an awful thing.
Yet, for rape survivor Savannah Lindquist, one very important thing is missing from the discussion in the era of #MeToo.
When the #MeToo movement picked up steam as women across the country spoke out against sexual abusers this year, Lindquist joined the wave.
She shared her story in an op-ed for the Washington Examiner, and called for women to be able defend themselves in the way they chose, including carrying a concealed weapon on a collegepost was originally published on this site