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That’s why and Everytown are partnering for a campaign called Singled Out, to raise awareness among unmarried women of the risk for gun violence and the gaps in the law. "It’s crucial that single women understand the risk factors and tackle talking directly about the role guns may play in their daily lives," says Watts.
"Being armed with the facts isn’t anti-gun, it’s pro-information.
She got up and made coffee before listening to the messages.And while violence within marriages has gone down, "boyfriends are becoming an increasingly large proportion of those who commit intimate-partner homicides," says Shannon Frattaroli, associate professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center for Gun Policy and Research.