When a woman calls for sane gun ownership, men freak out and attack her
Longdon was paralyzed in a shooting. Ever since she has advocated for responsible gun ownership--and been the target of an army of vicious, gun fondling, misogynists.
"It was like a mock execution," Longdon says, recalling the intense surge of adrenaline and how the incident triggered her PTSD from the 2004 attack that nearly killed her and her fiancé. She called the police, but they were unable to track down the perpetrator. By the following Saturday, Longdon was back at her post helping run the buyback.