Women I know keep asking and saying things like “why march for such small things? (i.e. tampons) when women in other countries have it so much worse. I can vote, own land, etc.. *then proceeds to point out things that are either half true or probably still happen in America just like in the other countries before mentioned* ”
You want to know why?
Because they marched for our right to vote and to own land and all that other stuff. Just to be treated, legally, as equals.
You see, little things add up. They always seem small until you put them together. If we don’t fight for the “little” things then why bother with fighting at all.
You know what’s great about women empowerment? It’s infectious. Who’s to say that the Women’s March wouldn’t effect people in those other countries to stand up for their own rights.
after 3.5 seasons of waiting, i get this magnificent gem :“’))
For real though, I’m proud of how wonderfully his character developed from Season 1. He is, by no means, the ideal partner, but he damn well tries. Also, I really appreciate the fact that he and MC, of all pairings, decided to break the one-sided "I’ll protect you” trope and chose to stand on equal footing. He’s probably the most “oresama” out of all the Voltage characters, and yet they break out of that trope!! Talk about refreshing.
Additionally, in his POV stories, he never really viewed MC as weak per se; to him, she was just someone he needed to protect because he couldn’t stand the thought of seeing her hurt. But in Season 3, he starts to acknowledge that she can protect both herself AND him. That’s when he begins to respect and admire her, aside from him just cherishing and protecting her.
In much need of money still, so I’ll be making/selling more adopts!
HER SYMBOL IS REPEATED ALL OVER THE SMALL CIRCLES OF HER OUTFIT BTW!!
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