Okay, I'll admit, I just found out approximately 5 seconds ago that March is officially Women's History Month. But hey! At least I found out while it is still March.
Women's history, to be honest, is something that is not usually thought of in the battle of civil rights. Martin Luther King is famous for his activism in racial equality, but Susan B. Anthony and many other inspiring women often go overlooked. But women's rights are important. About 50% of all humans are female, but yet so many misogynist comments are made daily about a woman's intelligence, looks, or sexuality. The same are not said about men, or if they are, are not found to be degrading. If you discriminate against someone because of their race, it becomes offensive and "taboo". So why is this not the same when someone gets discriminated against for their gender? Nobody can control what race they are, just like how people cannot control which gender they were born as.
Yes, women and men are biologically different (obviously), but both are humans, and they both deserve respect and rights that everyone is entitled to have, and the right to not be confined by gender stereotypes and double-standards. Qualities, whether they be bravery and strength or calmness and sympathy should not be "divided" to either men or women specifically.
Everyone, no matter if you are a man or woman, should deserve equal respect. But think about much women are discriminated today, and of the harassment they have to face daily. Is this fair? What can you do to change it? And finally, remind everyone the importance of women's history and the women's rights movement.
Have a wonderful Women's History Month!