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Stop Empowering Women

My thoughts exactly!

Who ever disempowered women that we make ourselves weak by calling attention to what is not?

We cannot be empowering women up and should be for both gender, because women are not weak or lesser beings that need to be padded to meet up.

That's what y'all are doing with this women empowerment bazaar we are having.

It's up for argument but I love The Sangai Express for their detailed thought on this subject.

You can get me to listen if you focus on gender stereotyping and role playing, which happens unfairly for both gender but don't tell me women are not empowered like men, if there is anything like that.


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