What I learned from the Women’s March in Washington

By Emily Yoffe and Laura Jarrett September 19, 2018 9:37am EDTThe women’s march was a huge success, but one of the most surprising things about it was that many of the people who marched were women.

And not just any women, but a whole lot of women.

The organizers, the organizers, who were all women, were so passionate about fighting for the rights of all people and were willing to stand up to the misogynistic, patriarchal power structure that was building to take over the country.

That’s not a knock on the march, or the thousands of women who participated in it, or any other march or march organizer.

In fact, it’s part of the reason why the march was so successful.

And it’s also why it’s still relevant and important today.

When I started writing about this march, the biggest problem that women faced was not the lack of leadership, or lack of a platform, or not having a voice in the world.

No, the main problem was that they weren’t getting any support from mainstream media.

I’m talking about the mainstream media, which has been in a constant state of denial about the misogyny and racism and racism that has been taking over our country.

They’ve just ignored the problems.

And they’ve been completely silent about it, for decades, in spite of the fact that there are millions of people who feel the same way.

The reason why women are so scared of standing up for themselves is because of the mainstream press.

And the mainstream has an incredibly negative relationship with women.

They view them as objects, objects of sex, objects for sex, objectified objects, and that makes it difficult for them to get a voice.

And this is why they have such a negative and hostile relationship with them.

So when I wrote this article, the idea of getting the mainstream to pay attention to what women are up against was a big, huge priority.

The Women’s Marches are a powerful reminder to us that the media is not a neutral entity.

The media is complicit in the problem.

The media and the people behind the cameras are a lot like the soldiers who fought and died on the front lines.

The soldiers were the people on the battlefield who made the decisions that saved lives, and those decisions were based on the facts and the facts were made on the ground.

But the soldiers didn’t see the cameras, the reporters didn’t ask tough questions, and the journalists didn’t have any power over the soldiers.

And that’s what made the military great, right?

It was based on facts.

That’s why the media and people behind those cameras were heroes, right?!

Well, that’s why, if we want to build a more powerful, inclusive society, we have to change the way the media works.

If we want a world that works for all people, we need to change how we talk about, understand, and treat people.

And, right now, that change is happening in ways that make it difficult to get an accurate, accurate picture of the world around us.

And if we don’t start changing the way we talk to each other about our experiences, we will never change our reality and never be able to change it.

That is why I’ve been working on a book called “The New Rules of the Media.”

The book is about how we change the media in the 21st century.

The book explains how we can use technology to make our lives more inclusive, and it’s a great idea, but I have a lot of concerns about the changes that we’re making.

First of all, I think it’s really important that we change how the media tells stories.

Because in the end, when the media changes, so does the world and that means that we are going to lose some of the things that made the world great in the first place.

I know that many people, when they hear the words “news,” “trend,” or “movement,” they’re not thinking about how the news was originally created.

They’re thinking about the way that a news story has been edited and the way it’s been reported.

The way that the news is presented and how it’s covered changes as it’s edited.

And when it changes, we can see that a lot more people feel like they don’t have a voice, that they are not valued, and they don: that they don, and all the people that are fighting to change that are not getting the media’s attention.

The other problem is that the mainstream isn’t really listening to us.

The mainstream has a lot to answer for, and we are just one part of it.

I can tell you that I’ve talked to many women, and many men, who are saying, “You know what?

I think you are wrong.

I think that you are going back to where the media was a year ago.

I’ve heard your arguments and I know