#MeTwo Revolution Rolls into Political Backlash

Women have lifted the veil of silence and sharpened their oyster knife for a battle at the ballot box. It started with Donald Trump Inauguration Day with a global march and millions of protestors taken control of the streets.

Now the’ve pulled out their clipboards for voter re and have plunked down their names into races like gamblers plunking cards on the table. It’s a renewed battle for women, and the right course to taking charge of their own destiny.

For they decried sexual misbehavior against powerful, rich, and prominent men who fell from lofty perches, but exposure by calling them out does nothing for anxiety, depression, shame, and buried anger, but there’s battle against harmful effects on equal rights, human parity, and upward mobility: comfortable in their body, becoming a whole with rights endowed by the Constitution and the Creator.

It’s the cutting-edge by outing men whose power is entrenched in a generational culture of acceptance, but now surpasses blame for they’re in a humongous battle for power at the poll, respect and accountable by women governing by women who know what it means to represent families.

Bad sexual behavior against women is like a Die-hard battery, and for intelligent women with an end game, it’s not about a vendetta against men losing power, money and reputations. A change in attitude is necessary, but as Martin Luther King Jr. said, “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” Time is of the essence. Women cannot wait. For centuries they’ve been told “wait till…” Time is the essence. Women cannot wait again. The’ve taken to the street massive global marches and running for office in record numbers.They are taking control of their destiny.

Bravo for an extraordinary victory on rising up again after nearly a hundred years after the women’s right to vote. It was necessary to galvanize success of #MeTwo into an interrelated direction, demanding gender parity and detaching their welfare from patriarchy and voting women into office, following blueprints from Virginia and NorthCarolina voters wield power at the ballet Box. Danica Roehm, the first transgender woman unseated her GOP contender for State Assembly, and Charlotte, N.C., elected its first African-American woman mayor.xxx. In New Jersey xxx unseated a white male opponent who denigrated her.

“Women’s rights are human rights,” said 2016 presidential contender and the first woman to cross the threshold to become the leader of the free world.on another layer: activism for women’s rights — human rights, went from raging fires of broken silence to voter volleys assuring a path to an unhindered raison d’etre (reason for being) and credit without discredit, disrespect, or dismissal.

(Congress abdicated its highest responsibility — keep the government — but leadership vacuums and poor prioritizing that put deficit-raising tax cuts for wealthy corporations out front) Male domination in all three branches – President, Senate, and House of Representatives – a majority rule sans bipartisanship proves a “fair accompli” for democracy in a society striving for freedom, economic viability, justice, and fairness. The Washington Post reported that for every woman in political office, there are three men.

More women in That international Women’s March a day after Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential oath, even novice marchers in solidarity for the world’s largest protest.

Categories Joyce Evans-Campbell

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