Campaigns aren't required to report the names of donors giving $200 or less, so we can't categorize all of Trump's donors. But it's unlikely that the gender breakdown of any candidate's large and small donors are radically different.
Acknowledging both our behavior towards other women and our experiences at the hands of women is a crucial step towards change. Experiences of betrayal by one of our own can feel like death by a thousand paper cuts.
Plain and simple, women are not given the same space to be in a terrible movie that men are and that is bullshit. I'm going to watch this movie because it's important to watch so many women-led movies that we start judging them by their content instead of their cast.
The good news about my research and confirmation from other women is that it means I wasn't overreacting. The bad news is that the more times women have to insist those issues aren't the problem, the longer everyone is suffering -- and the faster a fatal disaster could occur.
1. What does the phrase "protect and serve" mean to you?
2. Are you comfortable shooting a gun?
3. Do you consider people who don't look like you to be human beings?
4. Define the phrase "civil servant."
I'm sorry you struggle with insecurity like I do. In case you didn't know, your message screams insecurity. Your form of coping seems to be putting others down. Interesting how we all have our struggles.