How to Dress Like a Feminist and Make Friends

I was born into a family of women who had a lot to prove.

They didn’t know what was possible or what was impossible.

I don’t think they knew what was expected of them or how to be a woman.

It was an era in our history where there was a lot of resistance to everything and everything was considered feminine.

It wasn’t until I was young that I realized that it was my privilege to be who I am and to be allowed to be whatever I want to be.

I think for many women in this generation of women, this is a tough pill to swallow.

For me, I’ve always been open to finding out what it is like to be in this position and to explore my own experiences, and I’ve learned a lot from the journey.