20-year-old Dartmouth student Taylor Woolrich says she may have to give up her Ivy League dream and drop out of school because the prestigious college won't allow her to carry a gun to protect herself against a predator who has been stalking her since she was a high school student.

Ivy League Student Can't Carry Gun to Protect Against Stalker

Greg Gutfeld sounded off on "The Five" today and strongly opposed the anti-gun movement's sexist notion that girls shouldn’t have guns.

“Guns do more for female empowerment than modern feminism, which prefers government as their protector," Gutfeld stated.

He said that legal gun ownership gives women real power, "equalizing the battle between you and evil."

He asserted that any woman would gain more confidence from learning how to shoot a pistol than any gender studies course.

“A whirring bullet is the ideal rape whistle, and the real feminist icon should be Annie Oakley, not Sandra Fluke," he concluded.

Watch the monologue and hear what the hosts of “The Five” had to say in the video above.