REGIS IS READY TO TACKLE GUNS, POLITICS,
MILLENNIALS AND HOLLYWOOD!
How To Not Be A #MeToo Victim,
But A #WarriorChick
#METOO AUTHOR/ANALYST: Regis Giles, is author of How To Not Be A #MeToo Victim, But A #WarriorChick and the creator of Girls-Just-Wanna-Have-Guns.com. In 2001, at nine years of age, Regis Giles began training at Valente Brothers Jujutsu Academy in Miami, Florida, one of the premier self-defense schools in the world. She became their first female black belt in 2014.
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Do I want this to be happening? Why is his hand on my waist? Is he really fondling my breasts? What do I do? Why is he in a bathrobe? Why is he taking off the bathrobe? God, I need to get out of here! I thought this was going to be professional.
No one, unless they’ve been in the same situation, can ever really understand the stress and self-doubt one goes through when sexual harassment occurs.
Regis Giles’ new book will teach you how to escape the world of #MeToo victim and become the “WarriorChick you were meant to be!
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BIO: In 2001, at nine years of age, Regis Giles began training at Valente Brothers Jujutsu Academy in Miami, Florida, one of the premier self-defense schools in the world. She became their first female black belt in 2014. Since 2007 Regis has helped women and children learn how to adequately defend themselves against a physical attack. She is quite adept at both group and private instruction. Giles is an internet and media personality, creator of girlsjustwannahaveguns.com, and has been featured in: ELLE magazine, Variety, the Daily Mail, BBC, ABC, CNN, CBS Miami, & Fox News. Regis’ goal is to help people protect their lives by becoming proficient in self-defense, which, obviously, will lead to a drop in violent crimes, and promote healthier communities full of respect and dignity.