Articles for Women's Self-Defense

10 Easy Ways to Become a Victim of Crime

This is meant to be a humorous and sarcastic view of the importance of self-defense, especially for women. Learn the lessons listed below - hint - effective self-defense is the opposite of what you are about to read. Better yet, how many of these things do you find yourself doing? read more...

Levels of Intuition and Self-Defense

Our Intuition works on our behalf twenty four hours a day, yet most of us are unaware of it's impact on our emotions, feelings, communication and health. read more...

Beware of that guy at the corner!

An article written by Monsicha Hoonsuwan about the dangers of traveling as a student. Great article!

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Prey, Predator or Sheepdog?

Are you prey (a sheep), predator (a wolf) or a sheepdog? That is the question asked by LTC. Dave Goldman in his book, “On Killing”. The overall consensus was that most of us, especially women, are sheep. read more...

States of Awareness - The Cooper Color Codes and Self-Defense

Utilizing awareness, risk reduction and avoidance techniques, you can achieve a large degree of control over your fate thru learning to observe your environment, continually evaluating it, and reacting appropriately to what you see or feel. This requires that you learn a concept known as Color Code developed by Colonel Jeff Cooper as a way to train soldiers in awareness and readiness to react & respond to combat conditions. The system is now taught to military and police organizations and is used in most handgun training classes. read more...

Beware Craigslist!

Safety-Tic-Tac-Toe Game

Toy Contanining "Date Rape" Drug Pulled

Knowing the Evils of the Rapist

Drinking & Rape: Let's Wise Up About It

Sexy or Sadistic? Dolce & Gabbana pull "Fantasy Rape" Ad

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