“There cannot be true democracy unless women’s voices are heard. There cannot be true democracy unless women are given the opportunity to take responsibility for their own lives. There cannot be true democracy unless all citizens are able to participate fully in the lives of their country.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, First Lady, July 11, 1997
Act Now Stop Violence Against Women click here
What Violence Against Women Means To You click here
Empowering Women To Live Healthier Lives click here
Women and the Affordable Care Act click here
The Paycheck Fairness Act http://www.aauw.org/act/issue_advocacy/paycheckFairness.cfm
Do This In Remembrance of Me – a 12 year
study detailing the murders of 20,000
American women. The first of its kind click here
Life Saving Advice…………..….. click here
Declaration of Rights and Sentiments by
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 1848 click here
The Death Toll…………………
A. Women Murdered in 2009 click here
B. Turn of The Century murders. ………. click here
You cannot leave democracy to itself you must participate. If you do not participate then someone else will be telling you what to do, how to live your life, how to raise your children, what mate is acceptable and what God you should worship, how you should worship this God and censor you. The American woman has a chance in history to make a difference but she cannot waste her energy fighting over her breast and bust size. Nor can she waste her energy retaking a hill she won in 1984. Let us take this hill once and for all and make the VAW Act and the right to health care a Constitutional amendment and be done with it. If you are scare put your head between you knees, scream then get up and confront the enemy facing you. You will either stand up or your daughter will die in a field with some man shoving his penis down her throat. Sexual violence is real and who gets raped in more ways than one is the woman. You must practice believing in yourself just as you practice not believing in yourself. Weakness is not a character flaw it is just a behavior you practice too often. A woman’s greatest weakness which often leads to her death is the need to feel warm and secure.
See Attack!, a 1956 American war film. It was directed by Robert Aldrich and starred Jack Palance, Eddie Albert, Lee Marvin, William Smithers. …
C. Stand Up ………. click here
Come Back during your lunch hour. The issues discussed on this page directly affect you and
your children. Thousands and thousands of one parent families are being financial impacted
by paycheck unfairness.
It is up to you to change the circumsances of your life. you may not have money
you may not have a fancy car and you may not have a degree but you do have the right to vote.
Exercise your right to vote during every election and vote against anyone
who does not support the rights of women.