” How we’re smart enough to make these millions. Strong enough to bear the children” – Beyoncé
Women, girls, Females, We run the world. We are the teachers, creators, the motivators, and the real bosses. We are like the moon. The moon controls the tides, the rains, the waters and the seasons. YOU! Co-creator with God, God put you on this planet for a special reason that no man is capable of doing. We run the world because we carry, raise and teach the children. We help our partners in their dreams and support them through it all. A woman can run a job and a house at the same damn time. A man will do everything for us. We can talk a man to do any and everything for us if we know our true power.
To all the women who march over the weekend, did you march for your rights or for all human rights. Black women has been fighting for freedom for a very long time and now white women have came to join the fight. I just hope the white women marching learn how and why we got to this point. I am not here to point fingers because we already know who voted the new president in the office. Before the new president was elected we were already struggling in women rights. From equal pay, job placement, and other rights. Our Muslim sisters has been harassed for their hijabs for years. The protesting just started but I am here to say, Black women have already been protesting. I am here to say I hope we start marching for not only the basic women rights but also human rights.
” You can have ambition, but not too much. You should aim to be successful, but not too successful. otherwise, you will threaten the man”. – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Police brutality, LBGQT rights, equal pay, procreation rights, immigrant laws plus our Muslim sisters and brothers that why what really matters when we protest. We are standing up for us and others. Our voice will be the loudest and the most respected. The rise of a woman is the Rise of our NATION. Once we actually fight together than no man can tell us what to do.
Are you fighting for your rights or for all human rights?