Sexual Assaults On Campus Nationwide Problem-How To Avoid Being A Victim

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This is the story out of Emory University, which is small private school. They were visibly shaken as a community recently when several sexual assaults were reported.

You can read the whole story HERE.

Story goes on to say “Alcohol, involved in 90 percent of all rapes on college campuses, is also a factor. In the fall, students participate in the autumn round of celebrations, including football parties, Halloween and fraternity and sorority rush, and partying brings drinking.”

Young women who are off to college experience freedom from adult supervision for the first time in their lives and are especially vulnerable to drugs and alcohol. They want to fit in. They want to be social. They don’t want to be victims.

How To Avoid Being A Victim

One of the best ways that they can avoid being a victim of sexual assault in their college years is to use a self-defense product such as the one that we show here the Mace Triple Action on a keychain. It has UV marking dye so police can identify an assailant later. It uses OC pepper spray and CS tear gas-a potent combination for self defense.

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College Drinking And Assaults-Is There A Link?

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With colleges and universities starting up all over the country this article recently caught my eye. It pointed out that 44% of all college students binge drink and many suffer alcohol-related blackouts which of course lead to rapes and assaults.

You can read the rest of the story HERE.

Part of the excitement of college is new friends, new ideas and new everything, which includes alcohol for many freshmen. It is just part of the growing experience.

Immobilizer Stun Device is 5.5 million volts but looks just like a cell phone.

A stun device can disable an assailant for 5 to 10 minutes allowing you time to get away and seek help. It is hard to understand why every woman doesn’t carry some kind of stun device or pepper spray for her self-defense. When are you getting one?

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Since 2005 Guardian Self-Defense & Security Products LLC has provided premium stun device Self Defense Products to over 45,000 consumers. We offer a full-line of premium self-defense weapons such as pepper spray, stun guns, tasers, pepper mace, personal alarms and other self-defense items.