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This is such a profound truth....the opposite is also true. A lot of people may also highly value you, but just not want a certain level or intimate relationship with you. It's really about knowing the strengths and status of each of our relationships and being astute to how we can serve in each. | note by tamishaford.com

Oh yeah...and I rant and rail about women's rights being diminished....or human rights...PERIOD. Feminists standing together with united voices and focus are making inroads about the dehumanization of any human. We still have a long way to go for global transformation and equality. Sad but true reality.

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You decide what kind of world this is.

In 2010 20 million men, women and children died of starvation. In the same year, Sex and the City 2 grossed 288 million dollars. You decide what kind of world this is.

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A Pinner’s Manifesto

"Pinners, a challenge: Pin feminist things. This slut-shaming thinspirational crap hast got to go." Life is too short to hate ourselves. #feminism #bodypolicing #equality #selfesteem #selfworth

"A culture fixated on female thinness is not an obsession about female beauty, [it is] an obsession about female obedience. Dieting is the most potent political sedative in women's history; a quietly mad population is a tractable one." - Naomi Wolf

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13 Photos Of Women Fighting For Equal Pay Throughout History

I really like this photo because of what it represents. So many women gathered together to fight for equality. The words "A woman's place is everywhere," really speaks to the heart of every women. If they are ever questioning where they belong or where they should go, they just have to remember that their place is everywhere and anywhere they think they should be. (15)

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Equal Rights

"It's about equality kids, and that's rad"

I love this. why is it that we always here someone say to a woman " oh how do you balance work and family?" but you never hear it being said to a man? think about it