Emma González hasn’t given up her fight.
After surviving the Parkland massacre in mid-February, the 18-year-old student became one of the most prominent—and youngest—gun control advocates in the country. One of her most famous speeches was delivered during a rally in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, just days after 14 of classmates and three faculty members were fatally shot.
“They say a good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun. We call BS,” González said in response to those who oppose gun control. “They say guns are just tools like knives and are as dangerous as cars. We call BS. They say that no laws could have been able to prevent the hundreds of senseless tragedies that have occurred. We call BS.”
According to documents obtained by TMZ, González is seeking to trademark her famous “We call BS” tagline for a line of merch. The outlet reports the student intends to use the phrase on everything from T-shirts and mugs to hats and bandanas.
A trademark would also prevent others from using the phrase against González and her cause. According to the filing, the student’s goal with the trademark is to continue “promoting the interests of concerned parties and promoting public awareness of the need for promoting gun safety.”