Re: A Day Without A Woman
I noticed that in my sphere of friends/acquaintances or online people, that most of the women that support this "Day without Women" thing either don't work or are government employees. It's super hard to get fired from those jobs, lol. I work in an all female office. All of us were at work yesterday. If we had stayed home, it would've pissed off our clients and they would take their business elsewhere. Then where would we be?
I went to work, spent money, cleaned the kitchen, took my son to soccer training and wore blue. I wasn't about to support a cause where one of the organizers is a convicted terrorist, spent 10 years in prison and then lied about her criminal past to gain entry into this country. I'm disgusted where feminism has gone and who they aligned themselves with.