A woman is a woman is a woman. Period.
Krys
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I had visions of what the Women’s March was going to look and sound like when I heard it was being organized. It ended up being very different than I expected. I assumed there would be full-on support for the Black, Brown, Indigeneous, Trans, disabled, gay, Bi, and Queer communities. For all the communities of women, but especially for those communities most at risk from the Trump presidency. I was wrong. I’m glad to see it being addressed now. Thank you for writing this, and thank you to all the other women who have been writing thoughtful critiques of the March in its afterglow.

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