They managed to get to safety and find their husbands, but they weren't sure of the fate of the 'hero in the red hat' who saved them.The husband of Danielle Roric, one of the four women he helped, quickly put out a call on Facebook urging people to help track him down.'We are so thankful to the hero in the red hat that got our wives over the gate and under the stage to relative safety.Antipater argues that marriage is the foundation of the state, and considers it to be based on divine (polytheistic) decree.
Misogyny is manifested in many different ways, from jokes to pornography to violence to the self-contempt women may be taught to feel toward their own bodies.We would like to know if he and his girlfriend made it so that we can thank him in the future,' Larry Rorick wrote.'Our wives eventually made it out the back of the stage and over a 15 foot fence with about 40 people of the 22,000. Please help us find him if you know him.'The Facebook post was shared thousands of times and eventually someone recognized the red hat man as Anthony Chavez.