👗Before feminism.. women were ladies. We dressed modest, we didn’t wear pants, we spoke with class and commanded respect! Mothers were mothers and didn’t pass their kids off to their mothers and 30 y\o grandmas was not the norm.until #feminism👙
🚧The career path of a woman was: get married, have a family..Fast forward to now.. ms. IndepenDENT.. has put a major dent into dependability on your husband.. now these woMEN are basking In the era where leave something to the imagination is a slogan of the past..and women don’t need a man.. cuz now they are the man. They participate in SL*T walks because 🤷🏾♀️.. they said sl*ts should be respected regardless to their actions..how they dress and truth be told.. half nakedness is now the new sl*utty sexxxy and a man can’t tell me how to dress but he better respect all this nakedness🥴..💁🏾♀️I never really got that...Because if respect is given to respectable women.. then what is given to sl*ts?🧐...Ponder on that!
😞Don’t you notice how on pagan Father’s Day... some of them say “happy Father’s Day to me”... Sis really believe that she the baby daddy and mama🤦🏾♀️...truly embarrassing.. Some of you have become your men..wonder why?? To find the answer I challenge you to research the origin of feminism, it will click...I will give you a hint:
💡The first gathering devoted to women's rights in the United States was held July 19–20, 1848, in Seneca Falls, New York. The principal organizers of the Seneca Falls Convention were 👉🏾Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a mother of four from upstate New York, and the 👉🏾Quaker abolitionist Lucretia Mott.