Gays and guns seem as likely to go together as Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey. As a culture, even under attack, we are a peaceful lot you catch more bees with honey, right?
"Wrong," says Gwendolyn Patton of Pink Pistols, a group that advocates gun ownership for the LGBT community. With taglines like "pick on someone your own caliber," and "armed gays don't get bashed," Patton says Pink Pistols changes the perception that gay people are easy victims.
"We teach queers to shoot, and then we teach the rest of the world we've done it," Patton told WBEZ91.5, a public radio station in Chicago. "Because then they may think twice about using (LGBT people) as a target."
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