I won’t notice how my male coworkers avoid going to lunch or hang out alone with me because rumors will start that we’re more than friends. Or when I’m purposely not included in group texts because the discussion isn’t “appropriate for a girl.”
Speak up, woman.
Instead of calling out the unprofessional comments, our society not only empowers these chauvinistic politicians, but also participates in the verbal slaughter.
I hope more and more people will start to question everything they see in fashion magazines. If they believe in themselves, they don’t need someone to tell them what they’re supposed to look like.
*Obligatory not all women.
“A word used by feminists to silence men and prevent them from learning that men actually have problems too and that their point of view isn’t the only one.”
“I don’t hate women,” says the man who calls women the “second rate gender.”
I have discovered that women’s colleges and HBCUs are in high pursuit of the same objective.
Alexandra Raisman reminded us that body-shaming can happen to everybody, and that it probably does.
I aspire to be on this woman’s level.