What the internet has taught us about sexism and sexismism
The internet is rife with misogyny, sexism and other forms of misogyny.
These are just a few examples of the ways that this phenomenon affects women and girls.
It is worth looking at these examples in detail to see what we can learn from them.1.
The internet has not taught us that sexism is a problem, but it has created a lot of people who are in denial about it.2.
Women are taught that it is not their problem, and that it would be better to just accept that they are the problem.3.
Women have been told that they have to put up with it, and are told that it does not matter.4.
We are told we are the “problem” and that we must get over it.5.
The men in our lives are taught to believe that women can not control themselves, and it is our fault.6.
We have been taught that we are somehow responsible for what we do, that it cannot be our fault, and we must fix it.7.
We hear it in the media, and our own mothers, our teachers and our peers are told how to cope.8.
We feel like we are not good enough, that our problems are not our own, that we cannot succeed.9.
We read books that tell us that men are to blame, that women are the ones who have failed, that men should not have any rights.10.
We see men who are victims of abuse, of domestic violence, who have been hurt, who are being blamed for everything, who feel ashamed.11.
We listen to podcasts that tell men that they need to be better, that they should have control over their lives.12.
We watch videos on YouTube and on Instagram and social media, where we are told to stop talking about the problems that we face and stop trying to fix it ourselves.13.
We go to work, we get a job, we go to school, we are expected to do all these things.14.
We wear dresses and skirts, we do all this stuff that men do.15.
We get married, we have children, we buy homes.
We can’t expect women to understand this.
It has happened before, and its happening again.
We know that sexism and misogyny are deeply embedded in the culture, and the problem is getting worse.
Women, and girls, and young women are going through a lot.
But that is why we have to do something about it!
We cannot accept that this problem will never be solved, and in the meantime, we need to change the way we talk about it, the way that we think about it and the way in which we approach it.
We are all part of a much larger movement that is building.
That movement is the Women’s March, and on Friday March 15 we are joining thousands of other people in the streets of Washington, DC.
We want to make our voices heard, and make sure that this movement gets to the point where the rest of the world stops hearing it and starts thinking about it for themselves.
I am proud to be a part of this movement, and I want to say to the world that we will not stand by and let this happen.