Happy Anniversary MWP! Congratulations! You have all made a major contribution to our community and for all thinking women. And yes, you are right, there is still much more work to be done.
With much gratitude for your ongoing significant feminist contribution to the fight for women's equality.
Marcia L. Soderman-Olson, Minneapolis
Why do you have to ask? What women want is not to be asked what women want. [MWP May 2015, "What Women Want" readers' survey] When this occurs, men will have understanding, especially regarding equality and fairness. As husbands and fathers, they will be engaged equally in family love, household work and as parents. Men will understand workplace issues such as equal pay for equal work. Men will understand and will not have to ask What Women Want.
When this occurs, women will also understand equality and fairness. Not only to men, but to other women as well. We will not be questioning other women's choices, we will allow equal engagement in family and work life, and we will not have to wonder What Women Want.
Winnie Anderson, Minneapolis
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