You know, a couple of generations ago, women were struggling to find their place in society. We struggled to emerge from predominantly being the keepers and managers of our homes and families to join the work force and be accepted more regularly in fields that were saturated with men. We were struggling with the choice to accept our current roles in the home or to evolve into something more. Something that equaled our partners.
And then once women were seen more and more in the workforce we struggled with being heard. With feeling like our ideas and theories and methods were not only as valid as our male counterparts, but perhaps sometimes superior. And then we struggled to be compensated equally for equal contributions. And we still struggle with that today.
So no, feminism for me doesn’t have anything to do with how many women hold this office or that…
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