It’s not 1950 anymore, CNN.
During what seemed like its one-million segment on gun control, CNN “law enforcement analyst” Tom Fuentes claimed female teachers aren’t able to carry concealed guns because they all apparently wear dresses.
CNN Analyst Suggests Women Can’t Carry Guns Because They Wear Skirts And Dresses pic.twitter.com/rbqfjMiSJR
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“A lot of these schools—Sandy Hook had an all-female faculty, from principal to teachers,” Fuentes said.
“For a woman, where are you going to hide that gun during the day?” he asked the female anchor, who sat in silence.
“You can’t put it in your desk drawer; somebody might steal it, and you can’t get to it. You’re not going to have it in a safe in the principal’s office; you can’t get to it,” he claimed.
“If you wear a dress, if you wear a skirt, are you going to have to wear a jacket every day with a belt and a holster, the way a detective on duty would do?” Fuentes wondered.
“It’s not a real practical solution for a variety of reasons.”
As Jenn Jacques points out, garments are available for women that help conceal firearms:
Want to wear a dress? Here’s my favorite thigh holster from UnderTech UnderCover that allows your skirt to glide right over it without revealing your firearm:
Want to wear a pencil skirt with a dress shirt? Here’s a CanCanConcealment Micro Hip Hugger Holster that will conceal your firearm nicely under separates:
Want to wear a skirt with a button-down shirt and a blazer but don’t feel like carrying below the waist? Here’s my favorite UnderTech UnderCover concealment tank that allows you to easily carry under either arm:
Get the picture?