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  • (inspiring music)

  • - People always say that the girls

  • of this generation are so vain.

  • Why can't they put their brains

  • towards books instead of good looks?

  • I used to blame girls, too.

  • Be more than a perfect body with a pretty hairdo.

  • And then, I stepped out into the world.

  • I opened my eyes to the truth about being a girl.

  • I heard guys say things like,

  • "Dude, she was 10 times tighter

  • than that girl you hit and quit, Ray,"

  • or "I wanna pipe your sister some day,"

  • or "Her ass looks like a racetrack with those stretch marks,

  • but at least it's big like Kim K's."

  • I never grew up thinking of those things.

  • Don't blame me, but when I thought about boys,

  • I thought about dinner dates and soulmates,

  • not fuckboys that look at you like shark bait.

  • It breaks my heart for every girl growing up in this world.

  • Instead of "How was your day?" messages, we get,

  • "You up?

  • "Wanna come fuck?"

  • I am not an object.

  • I have a voice and something to say.

  • Do not assume that I belong in your bedroom.

  • I belong in a conference room,

  • and for anyone who thinks that this generation is so vain,

  • it's because us girls have been held

  • under a microscope day-to-day.

  • It's like beautiful doesn't even exist

  • unless you can cross everything off the checklist.

  • Big butt, big boobs, skinny waist,

  • includes small nose, plump lips, bony hips.

  • Hairless, careless, but still has an awareness.

  • In all fairness, I wanna be seen as beautiful, too.

  • I mean, I don't wanna be demeaned.

  • I mean, I'm not the same girl I was at 15.

  • I mean, I'm stuck in between being a girl and a woman,

  • growing up in a world that has taught to me to look sexy,

  • get a degree, maybe a little rhinoplasty,

  • but never disagree with misogyny.

  • A world that has not taught me that being a woman

  • is living fear that your basic healthcare will disappear,

  • or that your paycheck might somehow be smaller

  • than a man that does the same job,

  • or that your boss might tell you

  • to stop giving him blowjob bys.

  • If you want a raise, you gotta compromise.

  • Show me what lies above those thighs.

  • Boy, please.

  • The moment you misidentified everything was when you forgot

  • that not even a hundred years ago, I could not vote.

  • Look at what happens when you try to demote the very bodies

  • that give birth to you, please.

  • We are used to it all, and we are appalled,

  • but you see, we don't know what it's like to be free.

  • Equality is not just about calling someone out.

  • Equality is accountability that my brother knows

  • that I am equal to him, so equality is education

  • from classrooms to courtrooms

  • to conference rooms and computer screens.

  • It is using tech for good, for Me Too, for movements.

  • Equality is truth, is strong voices,

  • is breaking through the silence that exists

  • because silence can't exist if it's not tolerated.

  • It is all of you, changing the future, clearing the path

  • for every woman and every man.

  • It is raising the next generation to know

  • that not only does their voice matter,

  • but it will be heard, and that's the why we got the power

  • in our hands because we will not sit back and nod and smile,

  • while certain people reconcile the rules to be fertile.

  • Sorry, but it's my body, baby.

  • I may be a young lady, but my dad always taught me

  • to speak out and fight against injustice of every kind,

  • so here I am speaking out for all my ladies in the house.

  • We will not stop the fight until we hold our rights

  • for women of every color, size, shape,

  • sexual identity, and place in this world,

  • and that is the truth about being a girl.

  • (inspiring music)

(inspiring music)

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女性の足かせになっているものとは?女性の現状を訴える! (The Truth About Being A Girl)

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    Courtney Shih   に公開 2020 年 01 月 03 日
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