She fucks her life up for you and for those stupid traditional “family values” that ultimately only negatively impact her.
She screws up her credit for a man’s mistakes or he steals her credit cards and she deals with the fallout.
She fights a divorce battle in a society that endorses domestic violence and rape culture.
She fights in a legal system that will blame the woman simply for being a woman dressed the way society wants her dressed.
She only buys things for others because she’s been taught her entire life to not be selfish.
She listens to music that’s meant to liberate her and exemplify her beauty as a woman, but the songs on the radio are all about “tits and ass.”
She says she doesn’t want kids because she lives in a world where ambitions don’t fit in with the role of a woman.
She lives in a world in which the work force doesn’t want to take in mothers willing to work because employers think she won’t be effective or focused at their firm.
She lives in a world that also tells her that she should get a job because being a stay-at-home mom isn’t a “real job.”
She goes on social media to keep in touch with her “friends” only to find that ¾ths of them are sharing some stupid meme about how the last generation of women didn’t teach their daughters to do shit.
I guess they all forgot that the women of the past generation fought for civil rights, humanitarian rights, a position in the workforce, and for financial equity.
They forget that women now are fighting for the same things and they’re also sacrificing their lives in the endless wars for this country.
They then say that women don’t belong in the military—the very same men that don’t enlist say this.
They forget that most of their teachers are still women who care deeply about students that forget to respect them or haven’t learned to.
How are the kids going to respect women when all they hear is about women sucking dick and only get images of women twerking on the Internet.
No one knows where to find the women fighting for the world on the Internet, but they’re always there.
They hear Malala’s name, but it’s as if it were just some movie that isn’t real.
They never hear about the women scientists, CEOs, doctors, lawyers.
They also never hear about the intriguing and extremely competent lives of the women custodians, bus drivers, cops, and other women in lesser-valued professions.
They never hear about the immigrant women that were renowned doctors or professionals in their home countries that now carry on these lesser-valued jobs.
They never mention the women crossing the borders risking their lives and intelligently outmaneuvering the dirty politics that would rather they be sex slaves.
Why don’t these things ever get shared?