The following press release was issued to MMD Newswire.
Regis Giles’ website, GirlsJustWannaHaveGuns.com, zeroes in like a bullet on the truth: gun ownership is the real war on women.
“Today if you want to empower a woman, put a gun in her hand,” she says. “The confidence from learning to shoot a firearm is far superior to anything one could ever imagine and it’s genuinely better than any gender studies course taught on college campuses today.”
The goal of her website is to motivate women to prepare themselves for any threat they may encounter. Giles says, whether the weapon of choice is a gun, Taser, knife, spear, pencil or some form of martial arts, the most important thing is that women “arm themselves with the right attitude and skills necessary to effectively and efficiently turn from prey to formidable defender.”
Giles is an unabashed advocate for the Second Amendment, self-defense, and conservation. She is unafraid to speak her mind, taking no prisoners, which has earned her media appearances in ELLE Magazine, Variety, The Daily Mail, ABC, CNN, CBS Miami, and FOX News.
Despite government attempts to institute greater gun control on American citizens, there has been a dramatic increase in gun ownership, especially among women. Women are the fastest-growing demographic purchasing guns today.
These are women who, like Giles, have taken it upon themselves to rely upon no one but themselves. But America needs a wake-up call with regard to their rights to self-defense. The real war on women is the concerted effort to take away women’s rights to self-defense by taking away their right to carry firearms.
To that end, Giles has partnered with a team of acclaimed filmmakers to produce a documentary that will carry the same title as her website, “Girls Just Wanna Have Guns” will be a 90-minute documentary motion picture, intended for all audiences that will serve as a wake-up call to all Americans.
Director Judd Saul is an award-winning filmmaker who has produced many projects for Discovery and HDNet, as well as videos and commercials for national and local nonprofits and community organizations. His most notable project, prior to his work on “UnFair: Exposing the IRS,” was “FRAG,” a documentary about the true life of professional video gamers that won several festival awards and changed the professional gaming industry.
Producer Beverly Zaslow brings more than 30 years of experience in theatrical film and television to today’s new media and online distribution. She has produced, distributed and marketed thousands of hours of film, television and video worldwide, and her shows have been broadcast on PBS, Discovery, FOX, The History Channel, CNBC, and can be found on Amazon, Comcast, Breitbart.com, YouTube and just about anywhere there’s an Internet connection.
The film has a projected budget of $500,000, and is expected to take about a year to produce from start to completion, which will require thousands of hours of research, filming, editing, and distribution. To that end, Giles launched an online grassroots fundraising campaign through Indiegogo.com whereby grassroots activists around the country can donate to the cause.
The fundraising campaign offers a number of rewards to donors, including DVDs, copies of the book, free tickets, and movie credits. Giles’ father, ClashDaily.com founder Doug Giles, has also offered a few rewards to those who participate in the fundraising campaign, including Safari Cigar subscriptions, private martial arts and shooting lessons, deep sea fishing, and even a African safari.
Link to Indiegogo funding site: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/girls-just-wanna-have-guns
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