The former New York City mayor (a Democrat turned Republican turned Independent) is reportedly considering a third-party run for president this year. The premise of the campaign seems to be that women are more at risk from crazy ex-boyfriends (or would-be boyfriends) and menacing stalkers than muggers on the street or home invaders, and that owning a gun could make things worse.The right to keep and bear arms is protected by the Second Amendment to the U. “In cases of domestic violence, the presence of a gun increases the risk of homicide by 500 percent.That alone was so validating." "Jordan" said, "I made the choice to wait until marriage when I was 15 years old[.] ...
She said she brings up the subject of abstinence "from the beginning" on her dates.
"That's deterred people before, but I try to be as honest as possible." "In general, I've noticed that men really respect my decision to wait," Jordan said.
“The rest of the [actual, not Cosmo] facts about gun crime are that the vast majority of criminals steal their guns or get them on the black market, and less than 10 percent of firearms are purchased privately without a background check.
NEW YORK CITY, March 18, 2016 (Life Site News) – Cosmo and abstinence make strange bedfellows.
The article even stated that it is impossible to transmit HIV in the missionary position.
Dear Cosmo, We are pleased you have published an article on women with disabilities: 12 Things you should know before dating a woman in Wheelchair.The messages of pornified sexuality Cosmo consistently propagates speaks more to the character of the publication than one anomalous article." Relied on by a host of young female readers as the only available source of information about sex, the January 1988 issue of Cosmopolitan published an article reassuring women that there was little or no risk in having sex with HIV-positive men.The article ignored medical science proving the risk of contracting HIV.We're going to be engaged soon, and are both looking forward to our marriage and the special intimacy and bond that will come with that." Long criticized by Christians for its sleazy covers and adultery-promoting articles, Cosmo's abstinence feature is getting praise from pro-family advocates.Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, told Life Site News, "Kudos to Cosmo for showing a side of young women that we often see on college campuses even though they are in the minority." "Because of these young women, and others like them," Ms.But that legal definition doesn’t include boyfriends or stalkers who don’t live with, haven’t fathered a kid with, or who aren’t married to the women they’ve abused.” In the cringeworthy video that won’t be winning any Academy Awards this year, an unbelievably obnoxious male “gunsplainer” awkwardly tries and fails to pick up a woman at a bar.