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November 9, 2016
Post-Election, I Mourn
Many words describe me but none more so than activist. I am dedicated to equality of all people and have a special focus on gender issues including reproductive justice, sexual violence, and strategic nonviolent action. View all posts by feministactivist
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February 14th, 2017 at 07:58
As a 62 yr. old androgynous, US person I’m sorry that women seem to have adopted male behavior rather then assert a more equalitarian approach to politics, leadership, government .
Drastic times demand drastic actions. Discrimination is illegal. PERIOD.
Get rid of all laws and bills that don’t support this. PERIOD
Stop promoting litigious disputes.
I’m not that bright but I do know that together man (used in place of person) is capable of incredible things.
We, as earthlings, need to get back to basics.
Things have changed; but, too much has remained the same.
P.S. President Trump is the first “outsider” to win an election. As a registered independent, I’m thrilled.
Who cares if I like him or not. He’s the president. Don’t put him & his family through what the Obamas endured.
Let’s be the change we want to see in our world.
Bring common-sense back.