"You’ve watched pundits and politicos debate the issue. For Jessica, a 26-year-old in Sheridan, Illinois, shooting is a shared interest with her fiancé. "I know that he’s responsible." But some women don’t even know where to start the conversation.Maybe you’ve joined in the hashtag chorus, whether #Not One More or #Pro Gun. And those weapons are three times as likely to be owned by a man than a woman, according to a 2013 Pew Research Center report. Emily, a 21-year-old college student in Baltimore, says that "most younger people have similar views on issues like sex and birth control so those are generally less controversial topics.writing long, opinionated op-eds and helping his neighbor with his cattle," created the site to be a safe place for gun enthusiasts to connect, according to his bio."We are not here to discriminate," Lund said.
“We’re taking away those awkward moments and giving everyone an even starting point.” Lund said that though the name points to concealed carry, the website is really for anyone that enjoys guns or wants a gun owner in their life.But in order to truly save lives, the conversation has to get intimate. But a lot of people my age have different views on guns, so it’s something that I’d be less likely to talk about openly."talked to some women who love guns, some who loathe them, and a lot in between."We need to start talking about gun safety in our relationships — now," says Rob Valente, vice president of policy for the National Domestic Violence Hotline. And every woman agreed that she would want to know if the man she was dating owned a firearm.Molly Lund, the site’s chief operating officer, said though anti-gunners may mistake it as inflammatory, the site is not meant as a political dating statement.It’s simply a means for daters with a common interest to avoid any awkward mentions of fire power.