My Parents Open Carry: Book Aims to Educate Kids on 2nd Amendment, Hideous Blouses

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For those parents out there struggling to find the best ways of talking to kids about the Second Amendment, boy do we have the perfect children's book for you.

My Parents Open Carry was written by Brian Jeffs and Nathan Nephew, the co-founders of Michigan Open Carry who feel this issue can't be discussed early enough:

My Parents Open Carry Book

Brian and Nathan decided to pen a book on packing heat in public because, well, they "looked for pro-gun children's books and couldn't find any."

Given the countless number of children killed or injured by firearms each year, one can understand why. The authors feel this is an unfair statement, however.

The synopsis for My Parents Open Carry is as follows:

"Come join 13-year-old Brenna Strong along with her mom, Bea, and her dad, Richard, as they spend a typical Saturday running errands and having fun together."

What's not so typical about this family, the book educationally points out, "is that Brenna's parents lawfully open carry handguns for self-defense."

As such, "the Strongs join a growing number of families standing up for their 2nd Amendment rights by open carrying, bringing gun ownership out of the closet and into the mainstream."

By far the most controversial aspect of this children's book?

The Strongs letting Bea wear that blouse in public. Eek.

You can order My Parents Open Carry for the discounted price of $9.99 right now, and as a bonus, you'll get a FREE copy of Raising Boys Feminists Will Hate!

Seriously, this is also a real book, with this synopsis:

"Parent, if you have a young son and you want him to grow up to be a man, then you need to keep him away from pop culture, public school and a lot of Nancy Boy churches."

"If metrosexual pop culture, feminized public schools and the effeminate branches of evanjellycalism lay their sissy hands on him, you can kiss his masculinity good-bye."

"Yeah, mom and dad, if you dare to raise your boy as a classic boy in this castrated epoch, you've got a task that's more difficult than getting a drunk to hit the urinal at Chili's."

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This two-for-one deal seems impossible to pass up.

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