If all the women who have experienced hardship just for being a woman talked about it and tagged it #WOMENSREALITY, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.
We might teach people that even though human rights are important, human rights don't guarantee equality. If we want to empower women, we need more than our rights. We need to actually do what's right. We need people and institutions to stop acting in ways that create more inequality.
The #WomensReality campaign is about naming our truth. It's an opportunity to say, "You know what? I AM treated differently because I'm a woman. And I won't accept that."
It's a dose of reality. A wake up call. A culture shift.
Post a status about a time when you've faced a sexist reality.