Today I walk into my home alone. I must stand for what I believe. I believe all humans are created equal. I believe no matter your gender, race, or preference, you should have the same rights and be treated with respect and love. I believe I can have beliefs that differ from yours and politely disagree with them and still love and support you. I believe I have no right to judge you as I am only human.
I walk alone today for what I believe as the organizers of the women’s march group determined that women who are pro-life have no right to march by the side of other women. They decided because I am Pro-Life, I have no value to the women’s movement. This is not the inclusiveness for all I believe in. When we choose to exclude, we decide to encourage division. I see the beliefs of the walk organizers as just as oppressive as those who do not support women’s rights for equality, who do not support the same rights for those with different preferences. Who do not support people of different color, who are not respectful of the religious beliefs of others. I am aware many participating in the walk do not agree with the exclusion of pro-life they are there for other issues, and I respect that.
I march alone in my home for all humans’ full inclusion and rights. We all deserve to be treated equally, we all deserve to live the life we choose, and we all deserve not to have our beliefs disrespected by others.
I walk alone today in my home for equality for all.
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I agree with your post. All humans are created equal and citizens of this country, and those who seek entry by legal means, should be treated and protected equally. I do not support the killing of unborn children who have no voice.
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Thank you and I concur.