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

Do not walk for me. Do not walk for my daughter. Do not speak for me. Your air of superiority and condescension are obnoxious. You don’t care for women, you care for yourself as you pat yourself on the back in your ivory tower of entitlement. You whine and opine about things of which you know nothing. Suffering? Inequality? One of your leaders is an advocate for Sharia law. Equality for women? The entertainers you promote to speak for you denegrate women in their classless performances. You make a mockery of what is feminine. We are pleased to be women and are doing just fine. We don’t need your help.

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