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

A big thumbs up to all women who aren’t buying into the feminist anger and bulshit, anymore. It feels me with joy when I see them, when I realize it is still ok and possible to be a woman and be lighthearted, and warm, and a fair companions, not sutpidly and wantonly enemies, like some frustrated people out there would want us to. And whetever things are still to be solved about women²s rights — people’s rights, actually — it is such a feminist thing to assume that all issues regarding men, all over the world, have been solved — we’ll solve together, maybe being joyous to being, helping and balancing one another, with all occasional personal fights and frustrations among ourselves — and happy times, as well.

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