Did you saw Emma Watsons speak at the UN? Until now, I did not included personal opinions on political things on this blog , but for me, there are so many things that are more important than talking about fashion ,so thats why I thought this would be the right place to talk. Since I was a child ,I never understood why women dont have the rights to be treaten like men. We get teached in school, in television and in books that women are emotional and men are strong. But this never fit me at all, so I got in conflict with it really early. Nobody had the right answer and sadly, theres is still nobody who can respond. Its our philosophie that every human is unique, but we still seperate in gender everyday without thinking about it, because it seems so normal to us. If you pay attention, you will see that you get conflicted with equal rights everday, all the time. It needs to change. Every revolution took time, there are many of them happening right now out there but this one is taking to long. Its getting more and more important that we stand up together, all the people with the same passion and it does not matter if you are men or women. In todays society, men are still not called normal if they show there feelings or struggle with their mind, or women if they want to fight and work with what they have in their brain. They dont even get the same wage. I started calling myself a feminism a long time ago and I wont stop do it. My blog has to do with that in some way, I want to inspire people to be what they are, to show their inner self and follow their passion. If we dont have the chance to have the same rights like every other human, this cant happen. Im happy to live in a world we are much further than in other countrys, but we are still not finished. Lets stand up together and do something about it. In Emmas words, if not you, who, and if not now, when.
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