Women’s Weapons ≠ Men’s weapons
Real women’s weapons take advantage or balance out the biological natural differences of men and women.
Women warriors are often shown in Hollywood movies with a Samurai katana or like in the Wonder Woman (2017) movie, with a Greek sword and shield belonging to men. This is not only historically inaccurate, it is damaging to women. They never get to discover the secret women’s warrior culture within. Samurai women used most often the naginata instead of the Katana:
Clip from Smithsonian about Women Samurai
Women’s Naginata Competition
Women’s Kyudo – art of the bow
Diana, the huntress and Greek goddess is a familiar image in many cultures and the bow was a great equalizer for women. The Amazon women (Scythian warrior women) were known to have great skill with it. Diana incidentally is where the name of wonder woman came from – Diana Prince.
Hunger Games Kat
Because of their lower center of gravity, and more stable base, women have been well known sniper and sharpshooters for a long time. From Annie Oakley, Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Roza Shanina, and modern shooters like Kirsten Joy Wiess and Darya Domracheva. If you notice, most of those women have Slavic or Russian names. This is because during WW2 the women’s fighting spirit lived on in the Soviet Union.
Rifle – Joy of Shooting
Darya Domracheva Olympic Gold Medalist in women’s biathlon
Cloak and Dagger
Women are the best spies and were often used in WW2. Krystyna Skarbek (another Slav woman) was a famous WW2 spy and a favorite of Churchill. Although proficient with a pistol, her favorite weapon was a dagger. The dagger is an ancient weapon of women warriors, silent and deadly.
Fairbairn’s Dagger and how to use it:
Signet Ring of Warrior Woman
Here is an ancient gold ring signant and seal showing a realistic warrior woman, with her hounds, eagle, spear and horse (another great equalizer of Scythian woman).