visible mending workshop
misogyny is alive and well
I can't believe we are still dealing with this sh*t!
Recently I received an email from a man challenging my information. When I emailed him back with proof he started bullying me for supporting my information. If I were a man he would have never responded the way he did. He would have never challenged the information I first sent him.
"Ignore him." I was told.
That would have worked for me in the 1970s and even the 1980s, but not now.
When Emily died I was left the only female in our home. I feel it. I feel the lack of feminine energy in our home. My husband and son are feminists. I am equal in everyway in our home. I feel it. The men who know me treat me well. Men have come a long way -- but it's clearly not enough men have been paying attention. What have you noticed? Have you ever thought, 'If I were a man I wouldn't have been treated this way."?