In Fairbanks, Arkansas instructor Jeannette Scott flipped her mock assailant off her with a shove of her hips.

“The trick is to tuck your feet in as close to your rear-end as possible and push with your hips,” she said.
Moments later, the dozen women attending the first Women’s Safety Symposium participated in bucking off would-be attackers, and exclaiming about how surprisingly easy it was.

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