Velveeta wrote:You have to understand that if someone doesn't want to learn your brand of self-defense, that doesn't mean they wouldn't or couldn't fight in such a situation. The best self defense classes I have ever had were more about trusting your gut(if you feel in danger, you probably are), taking control of situations, and using your voice.
Please go back and reread my first post. Opening a school and taking on more than a tiny number of students (which I already have, and I'm not charging them anything) is years down the road. Of course most people will resist when someone is on top of them although without training the odds are heavily stacked against them. It doesn't matter if people fight like me, only that they fight well.
I read all of your previous posts, and chose not to believe you were as arrogant as you sounded, until now.
Whether you are accepting money or not is irrelevant. You are trying to sell something (even if it's just your own point of view). You keep getting indignant when people suggest you are selling and no one is insulting you by saying that. As women, we are merely critiquing your method, which is bad.
If you react to every women who doesn't want to learn your brand of self-defense by speaking to them in the way that you are writing on this form, you are not helping your cause. When you say that by not wanting to learn what wisdom and technique that you are teaching makes someone "not resist evil' and "let the guy stick it in and get therapy afterwards", well, you just sound like a basketcase.
And not having coffee is no excuse for that kind of degrading shit. I have seen no trolls in this particular thread, just a lot of people with points of view. Supposedly that's what your first post was asking for: opinions.