For all the women who, like me, plan to work on a #DayWithoutAWoman, here’s a sample letter you can distribute on March 8.
Just imagine what good could be done if these women did something constructive with their time instead of marching, striking, making colorful signs, and dressing up as vaginas.
It’s a shame that Scary Mommy decided to taint the subject of motherhood—an empowering experience that unifies a diverse group of women—with divisive and vitriolic political commentary.
Facebook will always be “just Facebook.” But if these people, these “feminist” stalwarts, can’t even show me respect from behind their keyboards, how can they legitimately claim to be the heroes standing up for and representing my gender?
The women’s marches were divisive and highly political, leaving a large segment of the female population in this country feeling unrepresented, marginalized, and voiceless. It’s time for a more inclusive brand of feminism.