You Are Not Equal. I’m Sorry.
Dina Leygerman

We as women should build other women and people in general up, not imply they are ignorant or naive. This article belittles those that did not march, in my opinion. I am all for equal pay for equal jobs as well as equal rights for all, but men and women are made differently. We are not the same, so why would we aspire to be the same? I still want a man to open the door for me, to pull out my seat for me, and yes, to protect me if need be. That’s called being a gentlemen. Other people see me as I see myself. That, I am confident about. So please, don’t march for me.

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