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I'm clearly passionate about women's rights...

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chpeverill-conti's picture
on May 21, 2013 - 10:49am

It irritates me how people use women and girls. And I'm not just talking about trafficking or rape or anything physical (although that does agitate me as well). I'm pissed off by the way people talk about our gender. Some people think we are only looks. They listen to our pretty voices, and look at our butts and think that's all we are. A lot of people, at least. It's so annoying. We're treated equal for the most part, except for those guys who still feel as though they can't interact with the color pink because it's "a girl color." Why do the colors matter? No one claims a color and it's not a bad thing to be associated with the opposite gender. Being obsessed with human rights like I am, it also pisses me off how it feels as though we can't act on making America (cause the world would be wayyy too hard) a better place for women because of our age. People listen, but don't hear us because we're immature. And that just leaves me confused, because I am well aware that maturity has a bit to do with age, but not everything by any means. Those girls who are drama queens and dunderheads give us all a bad name and it is so irritating.
- Zee