What do women want? It's a question that's plagued men and filmmakers alike for decades, nay, centuries.
While it's not a tough question to answer, speaking as a woman, it's understandable that some might not know because they're simply not listening hard enough (or, you know, at all).
That's why, on Friday, an important hashtag began to trend on Twitter: #WhatWomenWantIn4Words. It created a platform for women of all backgrounds and ages to voice their opinions and needs in this rocky political climate.
From health care to misogyny and more wine, ladies around the world gave their perspective on the matter.
Women account for only 19.4 percent of seats held in Congress. That's just 104 out of 535 members, by the way.
No more smug condescension. #WhatWomenWantIn4Words— Celeste Katz (@CelesteKatzNYC) June 16, 2017
*Cough, cough* mansplaining.
More than 4 words #WhatWomenWantIn4Words— Saga_Says (@DilaurentisSaga) June 16, 2017
#WhatWomenWantIn4Words chocolate without the calories— JoeyAC (@JoAsYouKnowIt) June 16, 2017
Without Obamacare, women can lose access to Medicaid if they can't find work within just 60 days of giving birth. In fact, most Medicaid beneficiaries are women, especially of low income. Women will also lose access to contraceptives, and funding for Planned Parenthood is on the line.
#WhatWomenWantIn4Words ---> Safe and legal abortion.— Planned Parenthood (@PPFA) June 16, 2017
Now, who feels compelled to turn this into a to-do list?
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