Three days ago I was contacted by Kassi Rodgers, an editor for the Seattle University Spectator (their newspaper) about safety and self-defense in and around campus (as well as the greater Capitol Hill area). Her article came out yesterday.
And I was not the only one to notice that when women fight back against their assailants, they tend to succeed.
You can read the entire article here.
Did I mention that when women fight back, they tend to win? In this article, I also mentioned that more women are reactive than proactive. Yet waiting until something evil is on your doorstep is not the best time to learn to defend yourself.
You too can learn some pretty simple yet amazingly effective self-defense techniques. What are you waiting for?