equality rocks. If history has taught us anything, it’s that we would be nowhere if we didn’t love the hell out of thy differences. in november, we have the awesome responsibility and privilege to elect our 45th president. our goal for 2016? to elect the candidate who will do the most to establish equality.
we love an election because every vote we cast is like an end zone high five for elizabeth cady stanton and her crew. It’s our chance to elect representatives who get the #girlgang theory of relativity: as women go, so goes the world.
the equipment we’re all packing might be different, but we’re working on the same project. We are working to make the world a better place. one where no one is automatically sidelined as a result of gender, race, or orientation. imagine the local, national, and global issues we could solve if women didn’t have to expend our incredible brain power standing up for equality.
ever wonder where we’d be if we had a woman leading the country? yeah, so do we. since 1789 we’ve had 44 men running the show. we can’t help but question, what if america had grown up with 44 women, instead? what if we hadn’t had to spend over two hundred years standing up for what we should had be given in the first place?
and so, 45women is born. 45 weeks, 45 gals voted most likely to lead. profiles of influential women and their roar that should have been heard. women’s rights shouldn’t be up for debate and these women knew that. our 45th president needs to stop beating around the bush. let’s do this! let’s make some waves and make our move on the white house. wait ‘til you read about these rockstars…