Young, tired women can look forward to age 64, when they achieve exhaustion equality.
“Report: Being a woman is exhausting” — The Cut
‘Is white mass violence evidence of a failture of white parenting?’ she asked. ‘No one would dare suggest such a thing, nor would they attempt to build a set of public policy solutions around such thinking.’
When I look at one of my Latinas, for example, I treat her as though she is going to be my… grandchild’s pediatrician, or when I look at one of our Black-American boys, I try and educate him as though he were going to be my city councilperson..I try to treat them as though they are going to be consequential people, and we work back from there. And I find that if you treat them like they actually have a future, they tend to have one.
We live in a country where we can have many faiths, and we don’t impose the law of one faith on everybody…. 40 years ago, I was saying, ‘We are not asking this court to decide that abortion is good, or that everyone should have one. We are asking this court to decide that that issue is one for the individual to decide, not the government.’ And it’s the same thing that I would say today.
Sarah Weddington, the lawyer who argued for legalized abortion before the Supreme Court in the landmark Roe v. Wade case. (via TIME