One hundred years ago, in Canada, women were not legally considered “a person” and thus not allowed to vote! It wasn’t until 1918 that womens’ voices were finally able to be heard when they acquired the right to vote. We owe a lot to the women who fought for these rights and, as the video (below) alludes to, need to boldly take back our roles as Feminists. (Feminism: The advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes. Oxford Dictionary, online)
The word brings up a lot of different meanings for different mentalities but it is a simple word – complicated by controlling groups trying to dictate to women how they “should” be in their bodies, spirits and lives. I say, it’s time for women all around the world to define what is right for themselves.
There is still balancing needed – very much needed – and I would even say – desperately needed – in order to right the course of our planet. Following the principle of yin and yang, within the yin, there is a little yang, and within the yang, there is a little yin – but when we look at the balance of power in the world, we see that women’s voices are not represented enough and more men are needed to stand up to speak on behalf of womens rights. It truly is in their best interest to do so. We really need our partners for global change to happen. WOMENS voices, in all their feminine glory – need to be heard from the grass roots right on up to the political realm. Women do things differently and it is this difference that is missing from the slipping vitality of our planet.
So, today, let us reflect on our voices, on a grand reclamation of our Feminist selves, and on shifting this planet so that everyone can benefit from a healthier world.
Do you think the world would benefit from greater levels of female energy – or are we ok as we are?
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Click the link below for an insightful perspective on where women stand these days…
Here’s to a better planet, for us all but especially for the generations that are to inherit it.
Boldly, with Love and Hope,