The Fight for Equal Women’s Rights

The Fight for Equal Women's Rights

On Saturday, over 3 million women gathered all over the world to participate in different marches all over the world. I went to the women’s march in Napa, and saw hundreds of people.

I didn’t plan on going originally, but I ended up going with Sadie Carpenter, Luisa Ortega, Maddie Surh, Berkley Kramer, Citlali Lopez, and Jordan Simi. As we walked from the Oxpo to Veteran’s Park, we shouted chants like, “1, 2, 3, 4, we won’t take it anymore! 5, 6, 7, 8, we can make America great!”

I thought it was so fun and see so many people fighting for equal rights. Women’s rights are a position of legal and social equality.

I think that women are equal to men because women can do anything men can do, and they deserve equal rights. However, some people think that women are inferior to men because men have a higher muscle mass than women. The reason for this is reproductive system hormones. Also, there are more men in executive positions than women. The ratio is about 10 to 1.

The women’s march was protesting against sexism and inequality of the genders, and that women should not be treated worse than men. I completely agree with this because I don’t think that women are any less valued than men are.

Berkley Kramer said that she was not surprised at how many people came because this is something people feel strongly about.

Sadie Carpenter stated that “I thought it was really fun to express my opinion and yell.”

Citlali told me that she really liked going to the women’s march and that she thinks everyone should know about it.

As you can see, the women’s march was a great experience, and people should pay attention to equal rights for everyone and try to accept everyone. I’m really glad I went to the march.