As a 5’1 woman with a small frame and no martial arts training, I often find myself glancing around to be aware of my surroundings. Sheer size could allow an average male to have dominance over me. And with the frequent surfacing of videos showing women beating each other up, pulling hair, kicking, etc., it’s not males being aggressive towards me that is most concerning!

I’m a concealed carry permit holder and I have a small pistol, hidden in my purse. The safety is on. I don’t even have a round chambered. It is my responsibility to know how to use my gun safely and I take that responsibility very seriously, as should all gun owners.

Now the CEO of Levi Jeans has told me he doesn’t want my business. He would have my business only at the expense of my own peace of mind and potential personal safety.


  • Phillip_in_TX

    No 🔫 = No 💰

    Keep it simple.

  • InfidelCrusader

    He’s right; I don’t need to carry a gun in order to try on jeans in one of his stores. I also don’t need to buy or wear his company’s jeans or walk into one of his stores in order to carry a gun. He should be careful what he wishes for, he just might get his wish.


      In many States it’s LEGAL to carry “anywhere” but State and Federal
      buildings. Check your State laws anti-2nd amendment posting~

  • Lala Land

    That’s fine, dear, I will NEVER buy anything Levi again! Love my money, love my guns.

  • Oleo Ranch

    I wish the article gave more info about what Levis said and less about her. Is this the company that stated they WEREN’T forbidding guns, just asking (REQUESTING0 that people not bring guns in? The company I heard about did it because a permit holder had an accidental discharge in their store.

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