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Woman's power

Posted by Claudia Moser on 10:58 AM in , , , , , ,
'I don't want men to go away. I don't want men to stop what they're doing.

What I want, instead, are some radical market forces. I want CHOICE. I want VARIETY. I want MORE. I want WOMEN.  I want women to have more of the world, not just because it would be fairer, but because it would be better. More exciting. Reordered. Reinvented.'

From How to be a woman by Caitlin Moran

And now do not panic! I am not an obsessed feminist, it is just the almost ending of  a great book which I am currently reading. And it is true, I do believe that women should be more involved in the society, they do make a difference in homes, and they should be in the business environment as much as men.

Power to the women? Why not?

P.S. I am writing this short note, while packing for my next business trip, I will be on 3 continents, 5 countries for the next 4 weeks, and I am not really sure how much time I will have to come to my blog, reply to your lovely comments and visit my favourites bloggers. Please excuse me, I will recover upon my return. Wish me luck and happy Sunday everyone!

P.P.S. This entry is done under the GBE2 Theme 'Pick a line from a book and write from there'

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19 Comments


Wishing you a safe and successful trip.

3 continents and 5 countries in 4 weeks -wow
that sounds extremely busy!
Hope all goes well, look after yourself and we will keep your little corner of blogland safe!

The book sounds really interesting, I must look it up.
Thanks for the recommendation.

Take care

Fiona x


Sounds like you're going be busy. Don't forget to have fun! This sounds like a great book, and right up my alley. :)


@Fiona - will take care, promise, just a bi worried about the air conditioning, but will be careful!
@Jennifer - fun? I hope, but not much free time I'm afraid


Have a wonderful trip, Claudia! I'm exhausted just thinking about that much traveling around!!


Have a safe trip!


Good post Claudia. I do think women have been left out of the mix way too long.
Before I retired, many of the women around me worked harder, longer, and with less recognition. For years they worked for less pay.
I'm not sure what it will take to move the balance toward the middle though.


I'm amazed you even took time to blog with that kind of trip ahead of you. Have a safe and productive trip. Make sure you include some fun!


Have a great trip. If someone is not a feminist, my first question would be "Why not?"


Safe travels!!


@Beth - me too, and my schedule looks rather tight for the next weeks!
@Ruth - thank you so much
@Rick - wise words
@KAT - blogging is very important for me, I do enjoy it so much
@Joyce - nice one!
@Taylor - hope so!


Me too, I want women to have more world! Safe travels!


I'm a feminist and a female and I love this. Have a good safe trip and I will miss you while you travel and work. ♥


Lovely job on the prompt!! Have a safe trip Claudia!


Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com/


Have a great trip and I enjoyed the post. Women Should be more involved in society....
Laura


@Anna - arrived in Kolkata, all OK so far
@Jo - missing my writing, grateful for the ahead posting
@Kathy - thank you foryour kind words
@Laura - they definetely SHOULD!


Claudia..how EXCITING! Can't wait to hear about the trip after you absorb it tall :0)

Funny...book sounds awesome..and the funny, was lead to write about "wants" too!


Don't panic? I ask all women why they are NOT feminists. Have a great time on your trip. Sounds wonderful!

http://joycelansky.blogspot.com


Enjoy your trip Claudia.
Sounds like an interesting book.


@Drch - will most likely dedicate an entire post to my storie now that I am home!
@Joyce - in the end it was a great experience!
@Suzy - good companion during my travels!

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