Joined 10 years ago
The following quote from Chris Hayes of MSNBC's All in With Chris Hayes sums up how I feel about life (source: newsbusters--it was the only place that had a somewhat accurate transcription of the lean forward ad):
"The thing I learned from my parents is life isn't fair, but you don't have to accept that it isn't fair and you don't have to accept that it isn't fair and shrug your shoulders and say, that's how it is. In fact, it should be fair. The most powerful idea in the universe, the basis of all progress, the engine of everything that's good that's come about in this country from the Revolution to the New Deal to the Civil Rights movement to the movement for marriage equality is to look at the status quo, to look at unfairness and injustice and say it is not okay for it to be this way."
Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/ken-shepherd/2013/06/12/msnbcs-chris-hayes-mom-dad-taught-me-life-isnt-fair-it-should-be#ixzz2YGI9GyqU
2 years ago
I used to believe that feminism was a place for all women. Boy, was I wrong.
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