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My last hour of 2018…

(I am writing this kind of tipsy and kind of stupefied, please forgive my writing,lol)

I went to reply to a couple of New Years messages and the last hour of 2018 for me, has been listening to music and being called a psycho by numerous “women” because I keep saying Kourtney Kardashain body is her own and her ex body shaming (when they were together) her is NOT alright and she should NOT take him back…Just because he wrote one “nice” post on Instagram -.-

 … … it’s 2018…Our are our OWN and NOBODY else’s…Do you hear me? I REALLY don’t care that he’s Muslim, still not HIS body…(also total genius giving into the Muslim men oppression stereotypes *roll eyes*) I don’t even care if he is even actual God…Still HER body. I can’t even begin to tell you how much I don’t care that he’s Muslim.

For those who kept saying “if that was my daughter, I’d feel differently” Kourtney Kardashian is a full grown WOMAN…Not a 12 or 13 year old..She is nearly 40…and if I had her body after 3 children, I’d freaking show it off too!

I don’t even like the Kardashians! But wrong is STILL wrong!

I am actually shocked I tell you. I could not believe it! They were DEFENDING his comments?

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Women vs Women

Wife’s permanent punishment husbands infidelity

This is something I have never understood and don’t think that I will ever understand. I have always thought that women were harsher to each other than men can be. Even with the fact that men can over physically power us most of the time, it always women who seem to want to drag us down with the guys.

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I am a woman…I don’t do this…Whenever I’ve been cheated on I don’t blame the girl, I blame the guy I’m in a relationship in. I might get angry with the girl, except if she genuinely didn’t know he was my partner. I don’t blame her though. I blame him…I also don’t think cheating is the worse thing you can do to your partner. I think raping and abusing your partner is much worse, but as my own partner pointed out. One could consider that cheating is emotional or mental abuse.

That’s a different topic for a different day though.

Take Dr Ford of example, it didn’t shock what a lot of men were saying, but it was shocking what the women were saying. Mainly because it was so stupid what they were saying and as women, they should have known better.

The one thing they kept saying over and over again was that they Dr Ford was doing it for the fame. Except it is such a ludicrous statement because how many women, off of the top of your head, do you even know of, who have became famous or rich after making an accusation? I honestly could think of no one. Except for Dr Ford, but for more obvious reasons. Even saying that, I believe she is still in hiding.

So to say that people do this for the fame and the money, is just stupid. How many of them said they would never put their attacker through what Dr Ford was doing. Why? Even if you wouldn’t, doesn’t mean that Dr Ford can’t. She believes it was the right thing to do and personally I would as well.

Is it primal? Is that why women attack other women? Is that why instead of blaming the partner, they blame the other women? Have we not grown since the cave ages? My brain literally cannot get it.

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I’m every woman…

So I’ve swapped around my Share Your World post to Friday instead so we can talk about me…Nah, just kidding…Just women:

Now I just want to start off with saying “Calm Down…There is an International’s Men’s Day…November the 19th…Which is on a Monday this year….

I may also be using a lot of gif of women I admire in this post

What does it mean to me to be a “Woman”

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(The Queen of course!)

Too me being a women means to be powerful and by powerful I don’t mean to have power over other people. It’s about the power of believing yourself. It’s the power of your convictions and morals and sticking to them. Whether that is to sing loudly from the top of your lungs or whether to just march with others. When the whole world is against you.

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Women bring up other Women, Queens make other Queens…Even when you don’t agree…Far too much I see girls trying to bring women down.

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A woman who can laugh at herself, when she’s at her most beautiful, but still is not “feeling it”.

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Women who can cry…because they know that crying doesn’t make them weak.

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Women move their bodies like no one is watching, even when the world is…and they LOVE it! They don’t judge others for how they move either.

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(Ciara as Janet Jackson BET Awards)

A women will still have insecurities…Whether that be her body, her work, has she really go it all…But she doesn’t hurt the others around her still. She recognises that her “faults” are not to be put on others.

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That no matter how hard it may get…Women don’t quit and we keep remembering to have fun!

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Here’s to the Queens…May we know them…May we raise them…

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Little Mix’s official music video for Salute. As featured on Salute, listen on Spotify http://smarturl.it/spLMs

I want to say that I’m shocked, but I’m not

You’ve probably seen the “metoo” hashtags all over the social media and although it’s heartbreaking to see just SO many. I am glad that we are now seriously talking about it…FINALLY!

However with the Hashtag it has also meant that other people are talking about their own situations, even if they are years and years old. Which has lead a lot too “I don’t believe you” and “why didn’t they said something before”…You know attacking these women, they attack first and then they say “Why didn’t you say something earlier” -.-

What has angered me the most is that women are attacking other women. You take a look at Michele Mahone…Years ago she felt harassed by Patrick Swayze and when she went to her bosses to talk them about it…She was sacked…Now she’s reliving it because of everything that’s coming out. Now the main people who are attacking her are women…again…Then Jacinda Adern became Prime Minister of New Zealand and most of the women who were attacking her, were attacking her looks, not her policies. I wonder if they even know what her policies are? Then there’s the whole Melania Trump and Michelle Obama thing.

What are these women’s mental malfunction? When you point it out too them, that one of the first things our parents teach us is about not to judge someone by their looks.

I can’t believe I have to use this:

Beauty Fades

 

International Women’s Day

Today is officially Internationals Women’s Day…I say officially because I got all confused last week when people starting talking about “World Book Day” every where has different different dates. So I thought that I had better double check. Seems like today is the official day.

Every year there is also a theme for that year, this year the theme is #BeBoldForChange.

International Women’s Day: #BeBoldForChange website

How will you be Bold for a Change?

This is a great day to reflect and take a look at those women who we admire and why we admire them. Too take a look at ourselves and question what we can do to make the lives of others better. Not just women, but for all. I think considering the type of people who are in charge of running our countries, not just the orange Oompa Loompa, we NEED to take a long hard look at ourselves and see what we’ve become.

11 Facts about Women around the World … Do Something. Org

23 Fast Facts about Women’s Oppression Worldwide (Blog)

10 Facts about Women in the World … World Food Programme . com

Did you know: There is also an International Men’s Day, which is held on the 19th of November

Which women do you admire and why? 

Its not normal?

I was just thinking about a lot of things that have come out with the whole Presidential debates in the US and the main topic that has come out, is about assault on women. One of the main things that has come out is against the women who have come out. The main questions have been:

  1. Why did they wait so long?
  2. What were they wearing?

Of course other women have been attacking these women, which I want to say shocks me, but it doesn’t. Women are WAY worse to other women than men. In fact, I’ve seen a lot of men standing up for these women and I say kudos to those guys.

As someone who has been attacked and the majority of those women closest to me have been attacked. I can answer both of these questions quiet simply.

  1. Why did they wait so long?

The first question can be answered just from the fact that when these women do come out, they get attacked, and then in the same paragraph are asked the question “Why did they wait so long?” How can you attack someone and call them a liar, etc and then actually ask the question, like you’re genuinely shock. That once one women comes out, the others will feel safer to come forward. To me it makes logical sense, that these women feel more powerful when they are able to stand with others, ESPECIALLY against powerful men in the public eye.

2. What were they wearing?

This one irritates me a lot, for various different reasons. The biggest one being and simply put. As mentioned before I’ve been attacked and a lot of the closest females to me have also been attacked. None of us were dressed “sexy” and we were attacked by people we considered “friends” and for most of us, it was done during the bright light of the day and a couple of were attacked while other people were in different rooms. Rapists don’t attack you for what you’re wearing, it’s about power and it’s because normal people don’t rape other people. It’s just not a normal thought, for normal thinking people. My attacker was (I assume still it) bi-polar and refused to take his medication.

I think it’s what irritates me the most about the whole situation. People are not getting attacked for what they are wearing. People are getting attacked because other people do not have “normal” thought. Of course people are going to feel safer to come forward when they can stand with others. Why is this SO hard for people to comprehend?

There is also a third simple answer on why people don’t report. Brock Turner…The guy was CAUGHT raping an unconscious girl and look what happened. How much faith would you have if someone who actually got caught had, let’s face it, really nothing happen to them?

Michelle Obama for President!

That lady is a marvel! As I said to my Mum over the weekend that woman has her stuff together! I’m not even sure why she isn’t running, maybe she doesn’t want too. I am from Australia so there might be some kind of law where a partner cannot run for the next term of Presidency. I am not sure why she can’t run, but she really should be!

The Authentic Power of Michelle Obama written by Frank Bruni for the online New York Times (Oct 15, 2016)

I admired the lady before, the work she does for underprivileged children, mainly girls, I already thought that she was a powerhouse, but lately…Phowar!

International Women’s Day

All my ladies, where you be at?! Today is the day to celebrate and support the beauty that is you! The greatness that is your smartness, the awesome person that you are.

Today is also the day to get inspire and see how you can also help support and celebrate other women. Not just the other women in the your life, but those women who are not so lucky. How will you mark today?

One of the first places that I would suggest taking a look at, to help you get inspired or is you are asking yourself “What can I do?” Have a look at the website International Womens Day … What can you do?! One of the great functions about this website is that you can look at your country and state and see what events they have.

Also look for the hashtag #PledgeforParity