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Respect – Living the Life as A WomanUnited Siblings Are Family | United Siblings Are Family
I am a male. I am not transgender, I am not intersex/DSD, I am not a woman. But having experiences like family caregiving, infertility, primary care provider for children which are "traditionally" associated with women has provided me with a fresh perspective on what it may have been like to live as a woman and undergo abuse for centuries. The worst is that my gender is punishing my innocent children which has forced me to speak up. I have learnt a lot from Susan Anthony's, Rosa Parks's and other women in the world and also from likes of Scotsboro boys'. While there is no comparison to what women have gone through for centuries; the injustice, neglect, abuse is what is in common - which is why there is Respect for living as a woman. Sadly, it is a cycle of being used, abused and discarded by others that we find in common. When will we have laws to protect hate crimes against IVF children and families? 1) When I was abused, I stayed silent. The law enforcement tells me that I should