Barack Obama, President, United States of America, March 1, 2014
Yes, every day women across the United States women are making history. You can be part of this historical movement or perhaps you are and you don't realize your participation in life is making history for women. You need not join an organization. You don't have to become a member of Congress. You only need to be an example. You make history by modeling the behaviors our society wants its citizens to cherish and aspire. You, by yourself, can change the world by your individual actions.
accomplishments. Females should ask about projects, interests, and listen. Education, involvement in society, continuous learning, self-improvement should be fostered.
Learn to listen, really listen. Avoid telling other people about anything just to fill the empty void in a conversation. It is alright to pause in conversations. Avoid finishing other folks' sentences. When you listen, you hear. When you hear,you learn, and can make clear decisions.
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Teach your sons and daughters about consequences. Children need to know actions have a risk and cost attached to them.Yes, even babies learn "Hot."
This month every female needs to be talking to everyone female, irregardless of age about making history for woman. Where are the men who are supporting woman as they break barriers? Ask a woman raped in the military if the system recognized her as a legitimate soldier.
I could go on and on. We need to stop as a collective group and understand why females are stronger at birth than males. We promulgate the species. We are the bearers of the species, the nurturers. This designated evolutionary job places us in a position of responsibility and control. Men should not be in control of the destiny of women's bodies. We have an opportunity for history here.
Thank every woman who came before you. Pick up your womanly mantle and become a preserver of the species by taking control of the civility of our society, of our bodies, of our systems' processes and procedures, and above all,"teach our children well."