The #MeThey campaign has been the biggest news story in the last couple of weeks.
It’s been a lot of fun to watch the conversations on social media and in the media.
The response from women has been tremendous.
They’ve asked for accountability, they’ve asked to be heard and they’re being heard.
But what I’m seeing from women is that there is still a lot more work to be done, and I think it’s time for us to start thinking about how we can change the way we talk to each other and how we talk about the issues that affect our communities.
As women, I think we’re always more vulnerable than men when it comes to dealing with the pressures and concerns that come with being a female in a male-dominated world.
I think when we’re talking about this issue, we’re all speaking from a place of privilege and privilege and power and privilege.
The people who are speaking about it are often in positions of power, which means they can speak for many of us and make decisions that we cannot.
So it’s important to think about the ways we can make these conversations about these issues more inclusive and less about who we are.
We can change our social dynamics.
There’s no reason why we can’t.
We’ve got to be more conscious of how we’re communicating, how we use our voices.
We have to be mindful of who we’re speaking to.
We’re talking to a lot people who will have a lot to say about what we’re dealing with and what we need to do about it.
The hashtag #MeTogether is the perfect example of how this is possible.
People have taken the #metogether hashtag and used it to tell women how to be empowered, how to do things differently, how not to make excuses for being upset.
That’s what #MeThinks is all about.
And I think that’s what the hashtag #WeAreMe is all for.
I don’t think we can continue to let men be the ones to be the leaders.
The truth is, the world needs more leaders.
And we’re not the only ones.
This is not just about women, and it’s not just for women.
It is also about people of color, people who have lived in marginalized communities, people of LGBTQI people.
We all have a role to play.
I want to think that when we get our voices heard and we start speaking out, we will begin to change the world for the better.
We are a collective group.
We need to start speaking to each others concerns.
We must all speak up together.
And as we speak out together, we must be able to count on one another, because we all have power.
I have a dream.
I hope that I get to share it with you.
And you, too, have a chance to live it.
It doesn’t matter how small the spark or how little you have, you will be a part of something bigger than you can imagine.
And when you’re able to feel the power of that dream, you’ll feel empowered to follow your heart and do something about it, too.
We just need to have a conversation about what that means and what it means for our communities, and for our world.
And that means that we can start thinking seriously about how this can be done in our communities and how to make sure that everyone has a voice.
So, how do we do this?
The best way to get started is to talk to your friends.
It might not be as easy as you think.
You can talk to people on the other side of the conversation, too—women, people from all walks of life.
You have the power.
If you’re not a woman, you can talk with anyone.
There are ways to do it.
You’re not alone.
The only thing that you have to do is find people to talk with who are comfortable and who are willing to listen.
And remember: It’s not about us.
It can’t be about you.
It has to be about the whole of humanity.
We will not get anything done if we don’t have your support.