It’s 2016.

It’s 2016. Yet,
he is judging her on her clothes
he is punishing her for her mistakes
he is dominating her for her opinions
he is putting her down for being her
he is moving on
he is making sure she doesn’t.

It’s 2016. Yet,
she is not voicing up
she is not accepting her worth
she is not throwing him away
she is not dominating him
she is not putting him down
she is not moving on.

It’s 2016. Yet,
they are not being themselves.

It’s 2016. Yet,
they are being men and women.

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