Here's an interesting perspective from a woman at the National Review. Lanza would've been stopped if the school didn't have so many females in it.
The principal, Dawn Hochsprung, seemed to have performed bravely
. According to reports, she activated the school’s public-address system and also lunged at Lanza, before he shot her to death. Some of the teachers managed to save all or some of their charges by rushing them into closets or bathrooms. But in general, a feminized setting is a setting in which helpless passivity is the norm. Male aggression can be a good thing, as in protecting the weak — but it has been forced out of the culture of elementary schools and the education schools that train their personnel. Think of what Sandy Hook might have been like if a couple of male teachers who had played high-school football, or even some of the huskier 12-year-old boys, had converged on Lanza.
Dawn "seemed" to act bravely?
I particularly like the thought proccess that men can somehow stop a bullet better than women.
This tragedy is bringing out the idiots in droves.