By Kate B. Smith, National Women’s History Project Editor in Chief”I know this is probably not going to be a popular post but I’m really proud of the women who did the hard work to get this to happen.
The fact that you’re standing up for what you believe in and your right to have that voice heard speaks volumes about what you’re capable of.
I’ve seen so many people tell us they are tired of women’s issues being ignored.
I’ve seen women being told that their voice doesn’t matter.
I don’t believe that.
I think you have to listen to the women that you work with and listen to their stories and their experiences and their stories tell you what they want to hear and they want you to listen.
I think women in the business are so passionate about their work that they are constantly saying, ‘I’m tired of the same old bullshit.
I’m tired the same ol’ things.
I know what’s in the works, I know the people that are working on it, I don of heard about it.’
I just think it’s important to know where the women are coming from.
The women that are on the front lines, working on this stuff, you know they’re fighting and it’s not just the same ‘I’ll give you the facts.
I’ll give me the facts about this’ stuff.
They want the truth and they’re going to fight to get it.
So I think that’s what this is about.””
I think we need to be in tune with the women and what they’re feeling and what’s happening in their lives and what their experiences are and they can’t be ignored.””
There’s so much that we know about women in terms of their work and their lives, about their bodies, about how they work and they care about their families, and so on.
We need to make sure we understand what is happening, what they are doing, what the barriers are that they face.
And when they do, we can then give them the tools to make better decisions about their health, their relationships, their safety.
And that’s not to mention the way they’re expressing themselves.
So it’s really important for us to have a dialogue about that.
So yes, it is hard, it’s hard to be vocal about what needs to be done, but at the same time, we all need to know that we are not alone in our experiences.
It’s important for people to listen and to give us a voice.”