To counter your first paragraph.. If you don't wake up in time during a burglary, then yeah I guess having a gun is useless, but so is having a baseball bat or knife or big muscles like you. Owning a gun essentially guarantees that you will not be attacked or robbed if you are able to confront the person. Not owning the gun significantly lowers your chances of winning that battle.
And yeah, we understand that not everyone gets attacked/robbed and not everyone will need to use a gun in their life. I haven't needed one yet, and neither has my family. But is it reasonable to assume that something won't happen to you in your lifetime? You're honestly willing to take that risk for the sake of your supposed toughness? Remember that woman recently that shot and killed a guy trying to break in to her home? Was that uncalled for, even though she had a freaking infant sleeping in a crib?
And I think almost anyone would rather be considered a "scared little girl" than lose $1000 worth of stuff or get stabbed by someone. What the hell are you trying to prove to the guy that's breaking in to your home?
And your plane example is stupid. Not flying on a plane is inconvenient and severely limits your ability to travel to other places. A gun costs maybe 300 bucks and could save your life, or your kid's life, or your wife's life, or all the stuff that you keep in your living room. If you're willing to put those things at risk because you're too insecure to be labeled a "scared little girl", then I doubt anyone will have any respect for you. And of course guns shouldn't be sold to people with psychological issues. But people will be able to get guns if they want them. Gun control only controls responsible people. You can't control people who will use them for the wrong reasons.
I think literally every single sentence in your post was completely wrong and had an easy counter-argument. There is no way that any rational being can hold the opinion that you have. You must be just saying that stuff to get a rise out of people.