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- Me whenever I go somewhere (via lesbian-god)
- Me whenever I go somewhere (via lesbian-god)
I really like how France controls guns here. You can have a gun: you need to declare it, have a license, and it has to be kept in a box with the different pieces put in separate places. You have two ways to use your gun, you can go to a shooting club or you can hunt. When you hunt, there’s a specific calendar to respect, only certain periods during the year are open to hunting so the natural faun is respected and doesn’t suffer from too much loss.
Of course you still can use it to commit a murder or to go hunting illegally. But the way it’s controlled drastically keep people from buying a gun for their self-defense. You also have to know that if you shoot someone robbing you, even in a place that is not life-threatening like the hand, since the thief is not threatening your physical integrity, you’ll be the one to go to jail. Gun control helps putting in people’s head that any life is worth living. Nobody deserves to die. Even if you shoot only to scare your thief off, you can miss your “safe” target and kill him. There are so many ways to protect yourself, dogs, alarms - and god knows some alarm systems are fucking nuts, live video sent to the police in less than a second… There are so many ways to protect yourself without risking to harm yourself or harm someone else. Because even if you trust yourself, even if you know, deep down, that you won’t harm anyone and you only mean to shot in the air, you’re still not alone in your house. You have family and children. You’ll have your kids to know that you possess a gun, you’ll quietly teach your kids that it’s okay to have something to hurt people, you teach them that they can hurt people. No matter how clear you are when you teach them it’s simply to scare people off, you’d still teach them that they can kill people.
Pro-guns people say that it’s not the gun that shoots, it’s the person. And that because of this concept, the guns should not be considered as noxious because it’s somebody’s choice to kill someone. Breaking news, you don’t know what will happen in your life. You don’t know how dark times you will be passing by. Maybe one day, you’ll lose wife and kids, you’ll have no money and you’ll watch your gun thinking “a shoot and it’s all over” because the gun is right next to you, fully available.
Maybe one day, you’ll have a daughter and an asshole will rape her, and destroy her whole self. You’ll see her suffer and struggle to rebuild herself. You’ll see your gun, fully available, and you’ll think “just one bullet and this asshole will get what he deserves”.
Maybe one day, your kid will be bullied at school. Your kid will go home and play videogames online where they’d shoot people. They’d go online and see that their facebook profile is filled with hatred and arrassment. That their social life is non-existent. They will be so damn bullied that their heart will be filled with so much anger, so much fury that your kid will think “I’m gonna shoot those bastards, I’m gonna shoot them all.”
And all along, you’ve been the responsible parent, a responsible person who only had a gun to protect themselves. But you’ll never be able to control your gun, to control yourself during all your life, because one event, only one, can threaten your responsible self. And that’s worth for anybody with a gun, hunter or not.
Gun control is not one’s responsility, it’s the government responsibility in these killings happening all the time in the US. As long as the government doesn’t teach the people the price of life, the respect of life, all mad people will still be able to have a gun in their hand and put in action their most terrible thoughts. To me, it’s a priority. Don’t give mad people the toy they need to kill. Because that’s all it is for them, a toy. And then you’ll be able to treat mental issues or diseases with the seriousness they deserve.
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”to draw attention to violence brought against women on campus and in the world” Kristen Pfaff, rape free zone interview 1990
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this is so perfect
…Film encapsulates almost every artistic medium. You’ve got storytelling, music, colours, performance pieces. Film is such a great way to combine the efforts of many to create something that shows all of those things to the viewer at once! My dream is to direct features and I don’t think that’s ever going to change.
you’re goddamn right.