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montgomery alabama alabama to phoenix watch What does Mother’s Day have to do with feminism? First things first: you don’t have to be a man hating, bra burning amazonian who takes estrogen shots for fun to be a feminist. Feminism is the belief that everyone deserves equality. Bottom line: it’s about being a good, decent person
examen par ultrasons Mother’s Day is an attempt to breed equality through recognition. We’re supposed to credit the women who have made us good, decent people. It is a celebration of their influence, care and devotion. On Mother’s Day, we exert special effort to make sure the women in our lives feel equal and appreciated.
http://darkawesome.live/2019/05 umso desto oder desto umso “In May 1907, Anna Jarvis, a member of a Methodist congregation in Grafton, West Virginia, passed out 500 white carnations in church to commemorate the life of her mother. One year later, the same Methodist church created a special service to honor mothers. Many organizations lobbied Congress to make Mother’s Day a national holiday and, in 1914, Democratic President Woodrow Wilson signed Mother’s Day into law. Thus began the modern celebration of Mother’s Day in the United States.”
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traum sigmund freud Every day is an opportunity to recognize the women who have helped us get to where we are today. Yesterday just happened to be the Hallmark Holiday for it. So, if you didn’t “celebrate” yesterday, take a moment to think of the women in your life who have helped you. Then, take it a step further and actually let them know about it. This recognition is free and often more valuable than the standard bouquet of roses.