Believe Women

I try not to get too political on here, but then I realized that if I have a platform, no matter how small, I should probably use it.

There’s a lot happening right now that is drawing attention to women’s rights and, as overdue as national and global attention on women’s rights are, the conversations that accompany this topic are painful and uncomfortable for both those who are finding their voices and those who are listening.

Whether you call it Believe Women, #WhyIDidntReport, The Me Too Movement, or anything else, the discussions we are finally having are built on a foundation of female pain, struggle, and trauma. As a society, we often focus on vital issues that indirectly affect us or those we know, but what makes this conversation so unique and controversial is that it affects many of us directly. In my experience, more women than not have faced…

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