A women’s self-defense course in Kentucky saw a large turnout of attendees this past weekend.
Muhlenberg County Sheriff McGehee, along with various Deputies, gave lessons on how women could best protect themselves whether they were assaulted on the street or were involved in a domestic dispute.
Deputy Alex Piper said, “The techniques are designed to make any criminal think twice if they should attack you. Go for the eyes. You can get a blade of grass in your eyes and it hurts. That’s a good target if you have a free hand. Also, remember that 86 percent of women who fight back are not injured or raped. Most criminals are kind of lazy. If you fight back, they may just move on.”
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A women's self-defense course in Kentucky saw a large turnout of attendees this past weekend. Muhlenberg…
by Personal Defense World / Aug 13, 2013