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Women March Mee To is back Donald Trump protest

Women March Mee To is back Donald Trump protest

Even the most confident and assertive women are saying about this matter, she says, can still struggle with the prospect of making a scene, appearing impolite, or seeming downright hostile. Many women are taught to maintain social relationships in life or not hurt people’s feelings, and they feel friction unique to their personality and circumstances when required to defy expectations of stereotypically feminine behavior of life. 


One year after women took to the streets in droves to protest Unted State President inauguration, marchers are gathering again in cities across the United state and around the world in sharp rebuke to  US President Donald Trump's presidency and in continuation of a still-growing international movement in the world.


This 2nd year of the Women is March also comes in the middle of the year MeToo movement of activity of life, which has shed light on sexual misconduct and ushered in social change in social in a wide bevy of industries in the world. It also comes months or year ahead of the midterm elections in the United States of world, in which progressive women hope to turn their activism into victories at the ballot box of activity of shoot.

In Washington, where 1 year ago 100 of 1000 of women clad in pink hats took to the streets and vowed to resist Donald Trump's presidency, Heather Tucci said she didn't want to stay on the sidelines.

 

Women March Mee To is back Donald Trump protest


"It's a time where we're not just showing up, folks are saying that, 'Hey, we actually need to be sitting in those chairs,'" Robinson said. "You know, so everyone who was out in the airports rallying last year and marching in the streets, many of them are now sitting in state legislatures across the country of world. It's a powerful moment that we are in."

That movement, Robinson added, "is evolving into something more powerful every single day of life."

Marchers gathered across the country US, hours after much of the federal government shut down after members of Congress failed to reach an agreement on a spending measure, casting uncertainty over much of the nation. Marchers, however, stayed the course.


The program encourages womens to trust themselves and not others and more quickly acknowledge danger while helping them explore ways to overcome the emotional barriers that make it difficult to reject a man's unwanted advances of man. It includes self-defense training for increase woman power, so women know how to fight against assailants, including acquaintances, who are larger or more powerful. Finally, it does what many educators and parents will not: offer science-based information about sex, sexuality, and safer-sex practices, with the goal of helping women communicate about their desires. 

Women March Mee To is back Donald Trump protest


Kathleen Whitehead and her 13 year old daughter are saying about this matter, Casey Feldman arrived early to the Los Angeles women's march. Feldman carried a green sign that said, "Respect Existence or Expect Resistance."


Gioconda Aviles came to the Los Angeles march and her two 9 year old twin daughters so nice.

they are saying "I think women are very empowered this year,women power is very strong in the world" Aviles, who attended the march last year as well. "I can't believe we have the President we have. I'm Latina, pushed to get Latinos to vote. Clearly we didn't do a good job. I think we need to make the difference in 2018 compettitor 2017."

 

 

The basic act of consistently supporting girls (and boys) when they express their discomfort or anger, instead of chiding them for being rude or impolite, could instill in them a courage far more powerful than tossed-off instructions to defy, by any means necessary, a man who's using pressure or force.

In New York, Maura O'Meara, fourty seven, of New Paltz, organized a group of women from the Hudson Valley area to travel to New York City together to participate in the MARCH. She said about this matter, said is her motivations for marching are largely the same as last year and it has no change , when she traveled to DC, but have gained new urgency.

"We have not been quiet since last year of life. We've been up and out trying to fight for the rights of women and the vulnerable," she said. "I actually have more hope now."

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