Many things come easy in Brazil, there's always a shortcut or a way to talk something over and shake hands on new conditions. Not with real estate agencies.
I do celebrate women daily, in my attitudes and my work of fiction which, even if it has not been published yet, makes large room for strong, independent female characters.
I am reblogging this post because it reflects my personal convictions and I do think it goes back to my sensitive nature; I have always been a women supporter.
Thank you, Sally for pointing out milestones in history and I hope the message gets spread wider and wider.
And remember, it’s not about being a Gen Xer or one of the last romantics, it is about being a human being.
Next Thursday I am inviting you to a virtual Coffee Morning in honour of International Women’s Dayon March 8th. I will be sharing some of the quotes of women and men that I admire; who have made a difference to our world in terms of empowerment or inspiration. I would love you to join me with your own favourite quote and also your views on the subject of gender equality.
I am sharing my thoughts today on two separate gender issues, the first being the #MeToo campaign which has been stripping the entertainment industry of its glitter recently… You may not agree with all my observations but that is part of the dialogue needed to create change.
The second is the bravery and commitment to change shown by women in Saudi Arabia to obtain the right to something most of us take for granted.
This year the theme of…
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Homeless people do not just haunt streets in Brazil. They are Christ-like figures wandering the highway and may end up subjects for research on cold slabs at Universities.
Have you ever heard of a country when women get so disillusioned about men that they prefer starting to love women? I've been there; look what I saw.
See you soon, readers.