“Mvuleni Fana was walking down a quiet alleyway in Springs – 30 miles east of Johannesburg – on her way home from football practice one evening when four men surrounded her and dragged her back to the football stadium,” independent.co.uk reports. “She recognised her attackers. One by one, the men raped her, beating her unconscious and leaving her for dead. The next morning, Mvuleni came round, bleeding, battered, in shock, and taunted by one overriding memory – the last thing they said to her before she passed out:’ After everything we’re going to do to you, you’re going to be a real woman, and you’re never going to act like this again.'” In other words, the men justified the rape in the name of “correcting” a lesbian. It bears repeating: the right to keep and bear arms is a natural, civil right. Americans who undermine that right – here or abroad – put innocent life in harm’s way.