I can’t believe I have to say this, but… getting plastic surgery isn’t the empowering feminist move that people make it out to be.
On January 19, 2019 the third Women’s March in New York City took place. It marked the two-year anniversary of Trump’s presidency which began on January 20, 2017. Though dubbed the Women’s March, the parade of protest was more of an overarching anti-Trump fest.
This year in New York City, there were two competing women’s marches, sort of, one was a march, the other a rally. The first, which was organized by the Women’s March Alliance and the only one with the proper police permit, will be the focus of this article. The other march was formed by the New York chapter (Women’s March NYC) of the Women’s March Organization, the group responsible for forming the original 2017 march in D.C. This year however, Women’s March NYC did not hold a march in Manhattan but rather a rally in front of the New York County Court in the Financial district.
Have you ever heard of the feminist pro-life movement? Probably not. It’s incredibly niche and often overshadowed by its more vocal Bible-thumping, shame-shouting counterparts. Although the progressive pro-life movement shares an end goal with the rest of the anti-abortion movement, it dramatically differs in its mission and offers a modern, compassionate perspective to a 45 year old issue that has divided the country.
The stars were inspired by all of the feminists at the march this weekend. Aquarius…
I remember the time I casually mentioned to my mom that I was a feminist. . .