Looking In: How Women See the ‘Alt-Right’ & Why We Don’t Participate

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One thought on “Looking In: How Women See the ‘Alt-Right’ & Why We Don’t Participate

  1. This will lead to their total failure. My mother was born in 1912 and was a successful business woman at a time when it was not easy. She loved my father and married him producing two wonderful sons. She was proud of being a wonderful mother but was still a proud woman who worked as a full partner with my Dad to their mutual success. They were a great living example and I have always respected women as true equals, not greater or lesser but true equals. The whole world will be a better place when everyone adopts this view especially in muslim and 3rd world countries. All women have so much to offer humankind.

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