Women strike on a “day without women”. How about a week without sex? To protest that Republican’s want to de-fund Planned Parenthood. Taking away the ability for people to get birth control. And while you are at it, schedule your man for a vasectomy so that men will now have to take over birth control.
Wouldn’t you think this could work? A week without sex, or a month? Until things change. It’a war on women, who still live making 78 cents on the dollar that a man makes all because we have vaginas.
Women have to come together and say we’re not going to stand for wage inequity any longer. We’re not going to take it anymore so we can fight back in the only way that will get the men’s attention.
In a world of 7 Billion people do you think that we should make it harder to obtain birth control? Did you know that no federal money goes for abortions and still they want to de-fund the agency that gives women cancer screenings, pap’s, men’s services too?
So have your man get out his calendar and set up his appointment to take over the birth control and get a vasectomy. If you plan on having kids one day, a child you choose to have when you want to have one, then have him freeze some of his sperm.
A writer who just published three novels in her paperback book called "The Eve Chronicles". The first book is called"From the Waters of Coyote Springs" the second, "Felix and Eve" and the third is "The Arrangement". All three are available separately in ebook format.I grew up in Wisconsin, then moved out west to Oregon in the early eighties, I worked as a forester all over Oregon and in some of the most remote areas of the Wallowa Mountains near the notrious Hells Canyon around the Snake River in eastern Oregon. The book begins there taken from out of my journals. Eve is looking for her place in the world."Felix and Eve" takes place in the coastal town of Gold Beach, which is known for astounding sunsets. Eve is hired as a live-in caregiver to Felix, a cantankerous man who sees no reason why she is there. They develop a close relationship that turns the summer into a learning experience for each of the."The Arrangement" is about Eve, as a retired baby boomer who finally settles in the eclectic town of Eugene. Eve owns property on the mystical Moon Mountain. Vinnie her long time friend, lives in a yurt in her back yard. Every year she gets a letter with a skeleton key in it, and she travels to Catalina Island to spend the summer with a former lover. Vinnie stays behind to caretake her extensive gardens. He is in love with Eve but remains silent.After my forestry days were done, I returned to my former social service career and worked 20 years with people with disabilities. Ironically I had to retire due to symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.I found my journals from the eighties in the back of my closet and wrote three fictionalized memoirs. Having to retire due to MS was one of the best things that has happened to me. I retired early and was able to be the author I had always dreamed of.